BU scores new sports communication school

New opportunities are on the horizon for sports communication students, as Bradley announced the naming of the Charley Steiner School of Sports Communication after the Bradley alumnus. Steiner, a four-time Emmy Award winner, National Radio Hall of Fame inductee and … read more


Auston Barnes has his shot blocked against Drake Wednesday night. Barnes tallied nine points, but only made two of eight shots from the field in the Braves’ loss. Photo by Dan Smith.

Men’s basketball’s rough week punctuated with loss to Drake

Bradley basketball has officially hit rock bottom. The Braves were dismantled 69-57 by the Drake Bulldogs, a score which in no way depicts how bad the Braves played. Hours later, junior guards Warren Jones and Ka’Darryl Bell were arrested and … read more


Shock Yourself Out of Horrible Habits

For once, technology won’t make us lazier, but rather jolt us into action. If you have taken a psychology course, you may be familiar with Pavlov’s salivating dogs and the concept of classical conditioning. Technicians have integrated this psychological study … read more


College conversion to introversion

Does your ideal night involve curling up on the couch with your snack of choice and a riveting Netflix queue? If so, you’re not alone. That’s pretty much everyone on a college campus at some point during their four years. … read more


Taking BU home helps recruit students

Students having a hard time leaving the Hilltop home for winter break can take their Bradley experiences with them thanks to the Admissions Department’s program, Take Bradley Home for the Holidays. This program invites students to help recruitment efforts by … read more