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Posts published in December 2017

Students get cultured: International Global Learning Community hosts ‘Life in Korea’

“Annyeong-ha-se-yo” means “hello” in Korean. Students and faculty gathered in the Heitz Hall Commuter Lounge last Wednesday to learn more about Korean culture. Titled “Life in Korea,” the event consisted of International Studies Assistant Professor Jihyun Kim teaching the attendees various common greetings in Korean.…

Isn’t he ‘Lauv’-ly?

Indie pop singer Lauv is set to perform on campus at 8 p.m. Sunday in Michel Student Center Ballroom. The concert is hosted by the Activities Council of Bradley University, which began preparing for the concert over two months ago, according to Kelly Wrobel. “It…

Clash of the caffeines

What would millennial culture be without its sleep deprived, overworked young adults thriving on caffeine? It’s no surprise caffeine is the most abused drug in the U.S. This addictive substance has caused physical dependency in millions across the nation, and it’s a necessary evil for…

Holidays inspire giving spirit in students

Assisting the Trewyn Middle School isn’t a new agenda for the Lewis J. Burger for Leadership and Public Service, and the partnership has continued to make a difference for children in need. In an upcoming project, “A Hand Up for the Holidays,” a service team…

Fall 2017: Highs and lows

Thumbs up: Bradley supports international students Over 30 different countries are currently represented by Bradley’s international student population. This year’s implementation of the Office of International Student and Scholar Services shows commitment to and understanding of these students’ needs. The office will not only provide…

Police Reports: 2017-12-01

A female student reported a male nonstudent of stalking to police at 5:47 p.m. Nov. 20 at the 1200 block of W. Main Street. The student said the male contacted one of her female friends and tried to solicit sexual acts from the female. She…

The danger of high expectations in cinema

When expectations are at a minimum, everything greater becomes a maximum. In less obscure terms: when the bar is set low for a movie, it becomes an added bonus if it ends up being decent. During the previews prior to “Lady Bird,” the theatre showed…

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