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The Illinois State University campus marked Veterans Day with its annual ceremony, featuring ROTC cadets and remarks by President Timothy J. Flanagan.
Illinois State student Chris Aguayo is spending his first Veterans Day since leaving the Army as a mini-celebrity, after being featured on a reality TV show Sunday night.
Two Illinois State Army ROTC alums are helping a team of today’s cadets make the trek to Washington, D.C., this weekend for the big Army Ten-Miler race—including their own cadet daughter.
Lori Clark, a U.S. Army major on active duty in South Korea, surprised her son at a pre-graduation reception May 11, 2013, on Illinois State University’s campus.
Stephen Schmidt and Will Konovsky are two of 11 ROTC cadets graduating this week, and like any two students at Commencement they’re starting from the same place but going in different directions.
From The Pantagraph: Jillian Jones, a December graduate, always had a passion for nursing.
Army Airborne Ranger Capt. Patrick Kelley will lead one of the dozens of Run Ranger Run teams across the U.S., each one looking to walk, run, or ride 565 miles during the 28 days of February.
Illinois State Normal University (ISNU) was caught up in national politics soon after the school was established in 1857. Students and faculty alike talked of John Brown’s raid on Harpers Ferry, the Lincoln-Douglas debates, and the election of Illinois’ favored son as president. Soon after Abraham Lincoln took office, campus conversation turned to South Carolina’s succession, the
Illinois State University has once again been included in the Military Friendly Schools list published by G.I. Jobs magazine.