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  1. Rose criticizes higher-ed budget planning, coordinationRead the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago | The News-Gazette

    ... in the number of applications for the first time in a long time and compared to last year," said Illinois State University President Larry Dietz. "That is due to many things. One is just the overall demographic downtrend in the state of Illinois and ...

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  2. Psychology professor speaks on department's historyRead the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago | The Daily Vidette

    The Department of Psychology will take students back in time with a talk titled "Marzolf and Joe: Memories of the late 1940s and early 1950s at ISNU" at 2 p.m. Thursday. The guest speaker, Dr. Joseph L. French, will discuss the department's history and his influence at Illinois State University during his time spent as an undergraduate and his developed career at ISU.

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  3. Letter to the Editor: Concerns About the English Publishing Studies SequenceRead the original story w/Photo

    6 hrs ago | The Daily Vidette

    When applying to colleges, Illinois State University was always the top contender, but what really drew me in was the Publishing Studies Sequence offered through the Department of English. It seemingly had everything I wanted out of my collegiate education, would put me where I wanted to be post-grad and it is one of the only undergraduate publishing programs offered in the nation.

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  4. Women's basketball announces hiring of assistant coachRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The Daily Vidette

    ... Mo., where she posted a 75-24 overall record in three seasons. "I am very excited to join Illinois State University," Keller said. "I was blown away by the support of the women's basketball program while on my visit to campus and the community, and ...

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  5. Area trio finds success at Illinois StateRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Hawk Eye

    Illinois State sophomore Kori Mesecher, a graduate of Notre Dame High School, has been a valuable asset to the Redbirds this season. Illinois State University sophomore Riley Hale, a graduate of West Burlington High School, is one of the Redbirds' leading hitters this season.

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  6. ISU Symphony Orchestra's momentous spring concert serves as bittersweet goodbyeRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The Daily Vidette

    The Illinois State University Symphony Orchestra packed the Center for the Performing Arts Sunday for a celebration of history and bittersweet goodbyes. Performing "Under the Heel of Stalin," the orchestra broke free from the norms of traditional pieces played by college orchestras and aimed for a bigger challenge to end its spring semester.

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  7. Smol to present Rilett LectureRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The Daily Vidette

    ... What is unique about this specific lecture is that it is the first time that Smol has ever visited Illinois State University. Since 1990, Smol has been awarded about 60 research and teaching awards and fellowships, including the 2004 NSERC Herzberg ...

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  8. on Campus: Holland's superb effort helps Isu to meet winRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The Times

    Illinois State University sophomore and former Fieldcrest track and field standout Tessa Holland had a solid day to help the Redbirds win the championship of the Gibson Invitational - Ohio Valley Conference vs. Missouri Valley Conference challenge hosted by Indiana State University. Holland captured first place in the javelin throw with a fantastic toss of 129 feet, 10 inches, which was better than 13 feet than any other competitor.

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  9. ISU remains in mumps outbreak statusRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | The Daily Vidette

    Illinois State University will remain in mumps outbreak status until notified by the Illinois Department of Public Health that there have been no new diagnosed cases for 50 days. A mumps outbreak requires at least three related cases of mumps, according to the Illinois Department of Public Health.

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  10. The breathtaking decline of local newsRead the original story

    Monday | The Capitol Fax Blog

    ... Assembly. Southern Illinois University and the University of Illinois saw credit downgrades. Illinois State University joins them on the watch list with a negative outlook. [] Dunn says bonding and other borrowing will cost more as a result of the ...

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  11. Into the mindset of an ISU softball playerRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | The Daily Vidette

    ... into play. The game of softball can seem slow paced, but it's actually the opposite. See how two Illinois State University players, Ali Domkuski and Riley Phipps , stay ahead of the strategic game of softball : It's always good to stick to a regimen ...

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  12. It's time for cops and students to bury the hatchetRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | The Daily Vidette

    If you had a chance to read today's cover story regarding drinking citations and the Normal Police Department, you likely feel validated. It is common knowledge that the vast majority of Illinois State University students feel or have felt at times targeted by the town, with some going as far as to say that Normal views drinking tickets as a source of revenue generation.

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  13. Normal's numbers reflect student sentimentRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | The Daily Vidette

    Results of a recent Vidette survey of 322 Illinois State University students indicate that 85 percent of respondents feel "targeted by local police." The results echo long-standing assumptions that the Normal Police Department has an unnecessarily heavy presence around campus.

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  14. New ISU course will explore Chicana feminismRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | The Daily Vidette

    ... the chance to explore the experiences of Chicanas living and speaking in complex social realities. Illinois State University instructional assistant professor Tanya Diaz-Kozlowski will lead Women's and Gender Studies 391: Chicana Feminism this fall. ...

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  15. Garden plants way for community donationsRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | The Daily Vidette

    ... Active Garden is in its second year providing for the community. Colleen Connelly, a freshman at Illinois State University who is majoring in geography and environmental health, was the curator of this garden, along with her mother. The idea stemmed ...

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  16. College Experience brings week-long celebration with In Living Colour WeekRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | The Daily Vidette

    ... to prospective newcomers. College Experience , an event planning and promotional organization at Illinois State University, is made up of motivated students who are determined to host the highest quality of programs on campus - including the ...

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  17. Hometown champion for Naperville half marathonRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Apr 23 | Daily Herald

    ... the races. "It was fun. Perfect weather and good crowds," said McShea, who recently graduated from Illinois State University, where she ran track. "There were a lot of great helpers who were all cheering every time I ran by." Guidelines: Keep it ...

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  18. Education 6 mins ago 8:38 a.m.Ratings agency downgrades credit of 6 Illinois universitiesRead the original story

    Sunday Apr 23 | KSDK-TV Saint Louis

    ... rsity, Southern Illinois University, Governors State University and Western Illinois University. Illinois State University retained an "A'' rating. S&P downgraded City Colleges four notches. The colleges' credit hours dropped 22 percent from 2010-16.

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  19. Singer Suzy Bogguss Notes DePauw Connection: Her Son, Senior Benton CriderRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Apr 23 | WGRE-FM Greencastle

    "It seems like yesterday that this newspaper was announcing the motherhood of local girl made very good, Suzy Bogguss," begins an article in the Pantagraph of Bloomington, Illinois. "'Yesterday' was, in fact, 22 years ago this spring when the word came down that million-selling country star and Illinois State University alum Suzy Bogguss had given birth to her first child, a son christened Benton Charles Crider."

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  20. ISU credit rating remains unchanged, placed on watchRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Apr 22 | The Daily Vidette

    Illinois State University's bond rating remains unchanged through Standard and Poor , but it is keeping the university on a credit watch. Factors the agency took into consideration are the state budget impasse and a lack of funding the university would typically receive.

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