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Photo courtesy of goredbirds.com NORMAL, Ill. – Scoring runs and stealing bases aren’t the only things Michele Calabrese can do. Calabrese, a junior utility player for the ISU softball team, is a teaching assistant for professor Erik Rankin. She helps teach his “POL 106 – United States Government and Civic Practices” class. After starting work […]

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 […]

Updated at 10:05 p.m. NORMAL, Ill.- Steady voting in Normal precincts slow to steady in the county, very similar to the 2017 election which saw an 18% turnout county-wide.   McLean County Clerk Kathy Michael said some precincts are running a little bit higher in turnout than 2017 but other precincts, like at Bone, precincts 8 and […]

NORMAL, Ill.- Rebecca Ropp was elected to the Heartland Community College board in 2014. She has served as the board’s scribe, and has helped push many decisions to support the college. One initiative she looks to improve upon is the agricultural programs. “I am very excited and passionate about the agricultural programs, that we are […]

Photo courtesy of Ben Haushalter DOWNS, Ill. – As ISU looks to make a return to normalcy this fall and saw a slight glimpse this past Friday and the first Redbird Day since the pandemic. However, it’s hard not to think about what was lost over the past 13 months for students. While many college […]

BLOOMINGTON, Ill.- A longtime Bloomington resident and father of seven, Nick Becker, is running for the Ward 5 seat in the upcoming Municipal Elections.  Becker has a bachelor’s degree from the University of Illinois and has been a Bloomington resident for 15 years. He says his family is part of the reason for what inspired […]

BLOOMINGTON, Ill.- A long-time Bloomington city council member said it is a big leap for a regular citizen to go into being an alderman. “It’s a big learning curve. So I think going from regular citizen to a mayoral position is an even bigger leap,” said Mboka Mwilambwe, who is running for Bloomington mayor in […]

Photo courtesy to Bloomington PD  BLOOMINGTON IL – On Wednesday, March 31, members of the US Marshals Fugitive Task Force arrested a Chicago man in Lafayette, Indiana for his McLean County murder warrants related to the murder of Jaleel Johnson that occurred in Oct. of 2020. Kevon Moon’s bond listed on the warrants is $3 […]

NORMAL, Ill.- Joshua Crockett is a graduate who looks to come back and help improve the college that gave him so much. Crockett is running  for Heartland Community College’s board. If elected, he plans to expand access to the college. “I want to help expand access to education, to expand the offerings of the college […]