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Photo courtesy South Asian Student Alliance Facebook Page.  NORMAL, Ill. – Illinois State University’s South Asian Student Alliance is looking to spark conversations through their Conversation Hour.  Wednesday nigth the SASA hosted a virtual discussion focusing on racism and how it affects the South Asian community. The founder of the organization, Anushree Rayarikar explains how a member inspired the event.   “She took the […]

Photo courtesy AsiaConnect Facebook Page.  NORMAL, Ill. – Illinois State University is celebrating Asian Heritage Week April 5 –11.  This week AsiaConnect encourages individuals to share their Asian cultural experience.  President of AsiaConnect and associate professor at ISU, Li Zeng expands on the purpose of the week.  “As the Asian and Asian American community, we are students, faculty and staff. We are busy. We don’t […]

Photo Courtesy of McLean County Health Department Facebook Page.  NORMAL, Ill. – As vaccine eligibility expands, many are struggling to get appointments while the Non-English-speaking population is facing double the challenges.    According to the Illinois Department of Public Health, 87.2% of administered vaccine doses have gone to White residents in McLean County. IDPH also reports only 3.91% Black or African-American, 2.59% Asian, and 2.29% Hispanic or Latino […]

NORMAL, Ill. – A previous alderman that served almost two decades is now seeking re-election for Bloomington Ward 9.   Jim Fruin is a real estate agent and a retired State Farm employee. Fruin explains how his experience has led him to seek re-election.   “The primary reason is that others have encouraged me to, in the last election cycle. Due to this election […]

NORMAL, Ill. – A recently retired Illinois State University professor is now running for Bloomington Ward 9.   At ISU, Thomas Crumpler prepared students to be elementary teachers with a focus on reading and literacy. He also directed an endowed literacy center for eight years at ISU.  Crumpler retired as a professor in December of 2020 after working in the College of Education for 22 […]

Photo Courtesy McLean County Health Department Facebook Page. NORMAL, Ill. – The Illinois Department of Public Health is expanding vaccine eligibility and officials stress the risk of resurgence. McLean County has roughly 11% of residents fully vaccinated and has administered over 55,000 vaccines. The Public Affairs Coordinator of the McLean County Health Department, Marianne Manko […]

Photo Courtesy ISU Facebook Page NORMAL, Ill. – This week is National Eating Disorders Awareness Week following the theme ‘Every Body has a seat at the table’. Body Image and Eating Disorder Outreach Coordinator, Dr Jenni Thome discusses the purpose of bringing awareness. “The goal is to shine a spotlight on the prevalence and presence […]

BLOOMINGTON, Ill. – An Illinois State University graduate students and longtime member of the community is running in the primary for Bloomington Ward Seven.   Municipal elections are on April 6th and there’s a Bloomington primary on February 23rd.   There are five candidates running to represent Ward Seven. Candidates include incumbent Mollie Ward, June Peterson-Middlebrooks, Correta L. Jackson, Kelby Cumpston and Daniel Freburg.  […]

BLOOMINGTON, Ill. – A  Bloomington native and Illinois State University alumni is running in the primary for Ward Seven.   Municipal elections are on April 6th and there’s a Bloomington primary on February 23rd.   There are five candidates running to represent Ward Seven. Candidates include Daniel Freburg, incumbent Mollie Ward, June Peterson-Middlebrooks, Correta L. Jackson and Kelby Cumpston.   Kelby Cumpston was raised in […]

BLOOMINGTON, Ill. – After being selected to fill the Ward Seven seat, a local hospital chaplain is running for a seat on the Bloomington City Council.   Municipal elections are on April 6th and there’s a Bloomington primary on February 23rd.   There are five candidates running to represent Ward Seven. Candidates include Daniel Freburg, Kelby Cumpston, June Peterson-Middlebrooks, Correta L. Jackson and incumbent Mollie Ward.  Mollie Ward was selected to fill the alderman seat to replace Scott […]