May 2014 graduate Daniel Johnson died in a car accident Sunday, July 6 after colliding head-on with another vehicle. The collision occurred on U.S. 61 five miles north of Grandview, Iowa when Johnson’s Honda Civic crossed the center line and collided with a southbound Chevy Silverado pulling a utility trailer. According to investigators […]

Hilltop Homecoming: Leblebijian returns to Peoria

Goodbyes are hard. The simple act of saying goodbye to a person or, in this instance, a place, and not knowing when or if you’ll return is difficult for most people. Some never get the chance to go back, some do. Former Bradley shortstop Jason Leblebijian got the chance to […]

Softball wins record-setting thirteenth MVC game Softball wins record-setting thirteenth MVC game

If it feels like Bradley’s softball team just played its home opener a few weeks ago, that’d be because they did. The team opened its 2014 home schedule with a series win over the Loyola Ramblers April 4 and 5. Exactly three weeks later, the team’s seniors said goodbye to […]

Baseball swept at Evansville, falls to UIC at Dozer Baseball swept at Evansville, falls to UIC at Dozer

Coming down the final stretch of the year, the Braves have seven games left and face a harsh uphill climb. Of those seven remaining games, the Braves face tough challenges as six are against the third and sixth place teams in the Missouri Valley Conference. The sixth place team is […]

Humans of West Main

Every person has a story. Photographer Brandon Stanton knows this fact all too well. While his name may not sound familiar to the average person, his work might. Stanton’s photo project “Humans of New York” has gained national attention over the past four years after he set out to snap […]

OITNB is the New Black

Generally, I’m not one to jump on any television show bandwagon. Waiting a week (or sometimes more) for a show’s newest episode is not something that I like to do, seeing as I am terribly impatient and appreciate some instant gratification. I never thought I’d be interested in a show […]

The Finals Frontier

If there’s one word in the English language that I hate more than “moist”, it would have to be “finals.” If there’s a word that I hate more than “finals,” it’d be “studying.” So goes the life of a college student. However, I’ve learned many things during my time within […]

Adulthood can’t bring me down

Two weeks ago, I woke up at 6:30 a.m. I put on my dress pants, packed a professional-looking purse and sat down to watch the morning news. After a few reports on world affairs, I got in my car and went to work in a tall building downtown. It struck […]

New changes should unite, not divide

This year has been full of new faces, big changes and numerous questions. Bradley has hired Lewis J. Burger Center for Student Leadership and Community Service Director Jessica Chandler, Greek Life Assistant Director Nancy Schwartz, LAS Dean Christopher Jones and Director of Campus Recreation Kristen Nesvacil. Meanwhile, the university is […]

Editorial 4.18.13: Live events provide more insight

There’s a wealth of information out there. It can come from “TED Talks”, the History Channel, the news or even Buzzfeed when “legitimate” articles are posted. And websites like reddit, imgur and Facebook help new knowledge reach the fringes of the technological world. But there’s something to be said about […]