September 24, 2018 / 

CORE in the News: ISU’s ‘living room’ undergoing dramatic changes

NORMAL — Both the campus community and the public at large might have trouble recognizing Illinois State University’s Bone Student Center once Phase One of its revitalization project is completed early next year.

A “grand staircase” taking people to the overpass leading to the main part of campus, plus a three-story addition and welcome center, are only part of the changes.

The 45-year-old building will have more natural light, more indoor and outdoor seating, several new dining options and a more versatile Brown Ballroom with its own reception area where people can gather before functions.

As vice president for student affairs, Levester Johnson is pleased that the center will better meet student needs and expectations.

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