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Posts published in October 2016

Body Project urges students to acknowledge disability

The Body Project emphasized the possibilities, not the impossible, for those with disabilities at their event START SEEING disABILITY Wednesday. The event included demonstrations with service dogs, Best Buddies presentations and pickup wheelchair basketball games. “START SEEING disABILITY is about spreading awareness of how individuals…

Volleyball chops Sycamores

The Bradley volleyball team split its weekend home series with a loss against Illinois State and a win against Indiana State. The team picked up its seventh victory of the season, the most wins it’s had since the 2013 season. The Braves had a rough…

Mock Trial takes first at invitational

Members of the Bradley mock trial team took the stand – and the first place prize – at the Bradley Mock Trial Invitational last weekend. Held downtown at the Peoria County Courthouse, the team’s 10 students delivered witness testimonies, rotated between plaintiff and defendant presentations…

Ghost hunting with The Scout

3rd haunting: Hartmann Center, on the stage and in the upper lobby Why it’s haunted: The Hartmann Center has a long history, as it was built in 1909 as the Hewitt Gymnasium. During World Wars I and II, it served as a barracks and officer…

ACBU puts election issues in the crossfire

The Activities Council of Bradley University Critical Issues committee held a Crossfire forum about the presidential election Wednesday night, where students tackled topics like Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton’s controversies, the role of media in this election and third party voting. Senior mechanical engineering major…

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