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The Bradley men’s cross country team has been grinding away day after day for the last five years. The hard work manifested itself in a National Championship bid on a cold Friday at a snow-covered, mud-stained Newman Golf Course in Peoria. From the start of…

Major sports issues discussed at symposium

Bradley’s department of communication hosted the fourth annual Charley Steiner Symposium Thursday, which featured five different panels concerning the sports industry. Bradley alum Charley Steiner started the symposium after the sports communication school was named after him four years ago. There were four panels throughout…

Vacancy in Student Senate

Student Senate sent an email to all students on Wednesday, announcing a vacancy in an executive cabinet position. Eduardo Tapia, who previously was the chair of campus safety and community relations in Student Senate, stepped down from the position as he is taking a medical…

Thanksgiving survival guide

The holidays are a time meant for college students to unwind from the stresses of school, not have to do their own laundry and finally experience normal shower water pressure again. However, going home for a holiday break always seems to entail more dread than…

Grounds crew recognized for hard work

Everyone that walks around campus notices the beautiful flowers, clean sidewalks and mowed lawns. However, the grounds department that makes it all happen rarely receives the recognition they deserve. Bradley was awarded the Orchid Maintenance Award in late September for their hard work. “We have…

Thanksvegan

It’s the Thanksgiving I dreaded. On either side of me, plates are heaped with food. Thick slabs of turkey glide on gravy and nudge a puffy mashed potato mound. A dinner roll sits atop green bean casserole, marshmallow goo blankets sweet potatoes and butter smothers…

Peoria gallery becomes weekend spot

Owned and operated by Peoria native Barbara Millacio, Exhibit A Gallery is located in the heart of the Peoria Heights shopping district. The gallery features all kinds of artwork ranging from hand-blown glass to paintings in contemporary and traditional styles. Mediums include pastel, photography, glass,…

How far we’ve come: Charley and the “Mad Dog” in Peoria

How far we have come: Charley and the Mad Dog in Peoria BY ANTHONY LANDAHL Assistant Sports Editor Charley Steiner sits back and relaxed, a can of Coke in his hand, in the lobby of the Caterpillar Global Communications Center. He smiles with a satisfied…

Briefs: 2018-11-16

Thanksgiving farmers market opens along Peoria riverfront Popular vendors from the summer riverfront farmers market and more are making a weekend comeback for the Thanksgiving Market from 9 a.m. until 1 p.m. on Nov. 17 on the 200 block of Water Street. East Peoria’s Parade…

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