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Bradley’s crime reputation: Legit or legend?

When a Bradley University Police Department Safety Alert is sent to students, the issue of campus safety surfaces quickly thereafter. But are student perceptions of Bradley crime legitimate or fueled by rumor? Bradley, along with all other universities, publishes an annual campus safety report, as mandated by the Clery Act, which analyzes on-campus, off-campus and […]

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Catching up with Marcus Pollard

Bradley University football may have been sidelined since the 1970s, but arguably the school’s most famous football alumni donned a Braves uniform just two decades ago. Former Brave Marcus Pollard played 14 seasons in the National Football League with five different teams, 10 seasons of which came with the Indianapolis Colts, before retiring in 2008. […]

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Urban Offense

Imagine losing a loved one in an act of brutal violence; you have to live with only their memory for the rest of your life, as well as being hypersensitive to similar acts of violence. Now imagine that someone designed, or even worse, wore a shirt that makes light of the event, or something similar; […]

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In Their Own Shadows

If you’ve logged on to any social media recently or even remotely care about football at all, you have seen the flood of news about Ray Rice and Adrian Peterson’s abuse cases. Rice, a former running back for the Baltimore Ravens, is now suspended indefinitely after a video of him abusing his wife surfaced earlier […]

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Minecraft Purchased for $2.5 Billion

Two and a half billion dollars. That is the amount of money that Microsoft will pay to buy out indie game developing company Mojang, creator of the wildly popular world building game Minecraft. On Sept. 15, Mojang announced on its blog that it would be selling to Microsoft. As big of a change as this […]

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EE students develop new battery

Former Bradley electrical engineering students have developed a rechargeable battery, bringing technology one step closer to wireless freedom. The Wireless Power Transfer Freedom project, which began as the senior project of May 2014 graduates Sergio Sanchez, Tyler Hoge and Elie Baliss, evolved into a yearlong experiment to push the limits of wireless technology. The process […]

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