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Posts published in November 2017

Leaders offer glimpse of experiences

The Bradley Fellows brought a new perspective on leadership to campus last night, welcoming four speakers who are active members of both the Bradley and Peoria communities. The panel consisted of leaders with a variety of experience levels, careers and positions. It included Jessica Martin…

Pop punk’s not dead: Feel a little emo? Express through music.

Sometimes, you just need tunes to express how you’re feeling in ways you don’t know how to put in words. But I recently realized my current playlists weren’t quite cutting it, and I found myself longing for something new and fresh. As a long-time fan…

Larry King announces $1 million donation to Bradley University

Renowned television and radio show host Larry King announced he is donating $1 million to Bradley’s communication department. According to a press release sent out by the university on Wednesday morning, the purpose of the scholarship is to support underrepresented students pursuing a major within…

Spookier & Stranger Things (Spoiler Alert)

If you havent binge-watched the second season of Stranger Things yet, dont. The sooner you finish it, the longer youll have to anticipate the next season, and something tells me this next year of waiting will be even more agonizing than the previous. The latest…

Humans of the Hilltop: Ethan Ham

Before he settled into the classroom, Ethan Ham, chairperson of the interactive media and game design department, was developing videogames for multiple companies across the country. Previously working as a game designer, programmer and producer, Ham is no stranger to the gaming and media industry.…

What constitutes priority registration at this university?

UPDATE: This editorial originally listed the Bradley Speech Team as a group that receives priority registration. This information was inaccurate, and the editorial has been edited below to reflect that. Registering for classes is the college equivalent to the Hunger Games. With prerequisites to meet,…

Research compliments classroom curriculum

Some schools market low student-to-faculty ratios and small classroom sizes, showcasing their emphasis on qualitative teaching. Other universities encourage faculty to explore research. Bradley holds a middle ground between the two aspects. Faculty have expectations to produce scholarly work, whether its empirical research in psychology…

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