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ISU President Larry Dietz said he is pleased with the pace of student acceptances of admission during this early part of the college selection season.

Students having free time in a gym
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People with autism are often sensitive to outside inputs like loud noises, fast movements, and social interaction, which makes physical education class not a great place for children on the spectrum. But a program at Illinois State University is helping students on the spectrum overcome the challenges of P.E.

Barb Dallinger
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Friday marks the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall Riots, and local LGBTQ+ rights advocate Barb Dallinger says there's still a long way to go.

An Illinois State University student team was awarded a grant by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency for its project using recycled waste materials as an environmentally friendly alternative in construction material.

ISU plans to bring a new technology-focused incubator to Bloomington-Normal.

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Illinois State University is planning to expand the University Farm by 80 acres.

ISU Athletics Weighs In On Taking A Knee

Aug 31, 2018
ISU football players running
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Southern Illinois University (SIU) released a new policy change this week to its code of conduct, banning student athletes, cheerleaders, and spirit members from participating in displays of political activism while in uniform or while performing or competing in official events and activities.

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A new take on an old Irish proverb: Original music is like a four-leaf clover—hard to find and lucky to have.

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The Illinois State University Planetarium is using its newly remodeled space for more than just outer space.