There are new occupants in Illinois State University's official residence. Tim and Nancy Flanagan moved in earlier this month, just a few days before Tim Flanagan left his new office in Hovey Hall to greet students moving into residence halls on the ISU campus. Flanagan becomes ISU's 18th president, leaving his post at Framingham State University in Massachusetts after seven years as president there. He succeeds Al Bowman, who retired for health reasons after a decade on the job. Bowman remains a faculty member at ISU. WGLT's Willis Kern sits down with ISU's new president, Tim Flanagan.
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