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Spring jobs have sprung

If you noticed students giving elevator pitches to mirrors and using a little more hair gel than usual lately, the spring Job and Internship Fair on Thursday may have had something to do with it. The Smith Career Center pre-registration listed 172 employers, completely packing…

EHS dean set to retire

After 42 years of service on the Hilltop, Joan Sattler, dean of the College of Education and Health Science, will retire this May. Molly Cluskey, current associate dean for distance education, will become the interim dean for the next two years. Sattler was named dean…

From Harvard to Bradley

The Bradley Core Curriculum dictates most Bradley student schedules, but little is known about the people behind it. One of these individuals is Kelly McConnaughay, senior associate dean of the college of Liberal Arts and Sciences. “It’s like a quarter of every student’s experience,” McConnaughay…

Screening screen time

Yes, I am a millennial. I can text and walk without tripping over my feet and I know to strategically screen record our conversations so you don’t get a screenshot notification from me. If you think I’m going to stand in an elevator in awkward…

Reviving the rom com

Valentine’s weekend greeted movie goers with a satirical take on the overdone love story plot of most romantic comedies with the release of “Isn’t it Romantic?” on Feb. 15. The film, starring Rebel Wilson as the protagonist and resident love-hater Natalie, spends a majority of…

Don’t know what to do: travel

I am fearful for the future. What will my career be? Will I have a happy family? Essentially, I wonder daily, will anyone care about my existence? The future will unfold in its own time, so for now I trust the process of growth. I…

It’s about the culture: Black History Month

The purpose of Black History Month can be described in three words: celebrate black excellence. Events this month hosted by numerous organizations are helping Bradley do just that. Celebrations not only highlight prominent black figures and celebrate culture, but also provide tactics to help students…

Editorial: Research before the primaries

With over a year left before the 2020 Presidential Election, candidates for the primaries are beginning to announce their intentions to run. The growing list includes former Secretary of Housing Julián Castro, Representative Tulsi Gabbard and Senators Elizabeth Warren, Kamala Harris, Cory Booker and Bernie…

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