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Photo provided by Professor John McHale NORMAL, Ill. – Illinois State University Professor John McHale has been awarded the Santa Barbara International Diversity Film Script award for his script “Nurses Versus the Virus.” McHale shares the award with his coauthor, Registered Nurse Xavier Jackson. The two met over 15 years ago but recently worked together […]

Photo provided by Illinois Department for Public Health NORMAL, Ill. – The Illinois Department for Public Health (IDPH) issued an announcement that there were six counties in Illinois are at an elevated medium community level risk for COVID as of last Friday. The IDPH has reported over four million total cases and nearly 37,000 deaths […]

NORMAL, Ill. – Last week marked the 3rd anniversary of COVID-19’s arrival in Illinois. Since that time over four million Illinois citizens have been infected with the respiratory illness since it broke out in January of 2020 and over 36,000 have passed away due to complications with the illness. The Illinois Department of Public Health […]

NORMAL, Ill. – As we enter into the fall season, colds, flus, and other viruses become more frequent amongst students here at ISU. But there are some ways in which individuals can better protect themselves that should be mentioned. With this being the third straight year of COVID during flu season, COVID boosters and flu […]

SPRINGFIELD, Ill. — Although COVID-19 numbers are decreasing in Illinois, state officials are closely monitoring the new Covid-19 Omicron sub-variant.  Scientists recently discovered a new Omicron subvariant. Its first official case in Illinois was confirmed in January. The subvariant is up to 50% more transmissible than the original Omicron strain.  Governor J.B. Pritzker said that […]

Photo Courtesy of OSF Facebook Page  NORMAL, Ill. – One of the main concerns for parents is the safety of their children. Parents actively protect their children from bullying, violence, crime, and strangers, but disease and infection is something that’s harder to protect your children from.  OSF healthcare recently published a study that shows a […]

Photo courtesy of from Illinois State University NORMAL, Ill.—Mask policies continue to change in a span of two weeks. JB Pritzker announced that Illinois will be lifting its mask mandate February 28th due to statewide COVID-19 hospitalization rates declining faster than any other point in the pandemic. Decisions for the state have led local institutions […]

Photo courtesy Illinois State University Facebook Page NORMAL, Ill – It is no secret that universities across Illinois have decided to go virtual for the first two weeks following the return of students from winter break. Among these universities is Illinois State, going virtual until Monday, January 24. Professor of Spanish Linguistics at Illinois State […]

Photo Courtesy from Illinois State University NORMAL, Ill.- Universities across Illinois have moved classes online for the beginning of the semester including ISU. President Terri Goss Kinzy shared with students, faculty and staff that the university was looking ahead as other transmittable variants of coronavirus are spreading through the state of Illinois. In hopes to […]

Photo Courtesy of Bloomington Police Department NORMAL, Ill. – Illinois State University’s Multicultural Center held an event in support of Jelani Day last Friday. Day was reported missing two weeks ago. Friends, family and the ISU community gathered to hear from Day’s mother and his other family members. Vice President of College Democrats at ISU—Avery […]