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Posts published in May 2013

Hollywood Gets Nostalgic

When you walk into a movie theater and look at the posters, you wouldn’t be surprised to find movies with the same titles as films from 20 to 30 years ago. Back in the early ‘90s we had the “Evil Dead” trilogy and “Jurassic Park.”…

Pulitzer: Two Bradley alumni nominated for Pulitzer Prizes

Two Bradley alumni from the Slane College of Communication and Fine Arts have been nominated for a prestigious journalism award. Renee C. Byer ’80 and Michael Hawthorne ’88 were named 2013 finalists for the Pulitzer Prize. Byer, a previous Pulitzer Prize winner for her “A…

Bed Races: Fellows host first bed race event to raise donations

More than 50 students and spectators gathered this weekend to witness the first “bed race” charity tournament, hosted by the leadership and service organization Bradley Fellows. “Since Bradley’s never done this before, we thought having a bed race on campus would be a great idea,”…

Industrial engineering professor leaves legacy

Industrial and Manufacturing Engineering and Technology Professor Joseph Emanuel said he “definitely did not want to do” two things: live in the Midwest or teach. Now, 46 years and half of Bradley’s presidents later, Emanuel is leaving the university as a coveted and distinguished professor…

Police Report 5.3.13

An officer was dispatched to 912 Frink St. on a report of two people arguing around 2:20 a.m. April 25. The officer met with a male student and female student and separated them. The female said she and the male were arguing but there was no…

SBO President Shaw faces impeachment

After senior health science major and Student Body President Zack Shaw’s run-in with the Bradley police this weekend, Student Senate’s Internal Affairs (IA) committee is reevaluating his position. Shaw’s police report stated that he was fined for disorderly conduct for his behavior on Saturday evening.…

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