Bestselling author shares experience with students

Veronica Roth, author of the bestselling book “Divergent,” and Illinois author Erica O’Rourke invited select Bradley students to join them in an Authors-in-Conversation event Sept. 11. Students from selected classes were able to submit questions to ask the authors, and student moderators then presented them at the event. “[It was] a guided conversation about their […]

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DeRose making his mark on the Hilltop

Upon entering the office of soccer head coach Jim DeRose, it’s almost impossible to believe that he’s been at Bradley for nearly two decades. His small square office is strewn with boxes of old memorabilia, gifts from players since graduated, and Philadelphia Eagles apparel, which he claims is his favorite team. All this, his small […]

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New 5K colors the way to clean water

Alpha Phi Omega, a service fraternity, hosted its first Clean Water 5K Color Run Sept. 6. The race, held at Laura Bradley Park, sought to raise money for Charity Water, a not-for-profit organization that provides clean water for developing nations. APO is no stranger to service projects, having held similar events for Charity Water in […]

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Amnesty program protects sexual misconduct victims

Spurred by a Student Senate initiative, Bradley’s Sexual Misconduct Policy saw a summer overhaul that formalized a previously informal policy. The revisions focus on the Sexual Assault Amnesty Policy. Under this revised policy, victims of sexual misconduct that report violations are protected from being punished for illegal activities in which they may have been engaged. […]

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Apple Swag

Apple’s Chief executive, took to the iconic Flint Center stage in Cupertino, California to reveal this year’s lineup of new Apple products and innovations. The first of the new products revealed was the iPhone 6 and its larger counterpart, the iPhone 6 Plus. The iPhone 6 features a 4.7 inch screen while the iPhone 6 […]

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Students interested in politics mingled with area political organizations at the Fall Political Campaign Volun- teer/Legislative Internship Expo Sept. 5. Pictured, sophomore political science major Olga Krapivner and the College Republicans helped students get involved.

Expo fuels political involvement

The upcoming congressional elections have candidates seeking both votes and volunteers. Representatives from state and federal political organizations came to recruit student interns at the Fall Political Campaign Volunteer/Legislative Internship Expo Sept. 5 in the Student Center Ballroom. Sponsored by the Smith Career Center, Department of Political Science and Institute for Principled Leadership in Public […]

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ACBU hosts ‘Workaholics’’ Erik Griffin

White girl jokes and the occasional jailbait reference were met with laughter as “Workaholics” star Erik Griffin tickled everyone’s funny bones Sept. 6 in the Student Center. “It was the best live comedy show I’ve been to,” sophomore accounting major Aaron Zimmerman said. The jokes revolved around the audience and Griffin’s observations of the room. […]

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Fall Movie Frenzy

While summer is usually regarded as the best time for movies, the upcoming fall line up of films is impressive in its own right. Like the change of autumn leaves, the loud and frenetic sequences of blockbuster action will phase out to allow efforts of eclectic style, storytelling and imagery to take the main stage. […]

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Freshman stars in fall musical

This year’s fall musical has sprung into action, bringing with it a few twists. Freshman Zach Olson takes the stage as the leading male in Bradley’s modern rendition of the 19th century musical “Spring Awakening.” A Wisconsin native, Olson said he was inspired by his parents to pursue his passion for singing as a music […]

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