Respected alumnus passes at 93

An integral member of the Bradley community, alum Robert H. Michel, died Feb. 17 at the age of 93 in Arlington, Virginia. An email from university president Gary Roberts notified campus of Michel’s death hours after his passing. Since then, … read more


Sophomore Luuk van Bree racked up a team high 17 points in Wednesdays 77-68 win over Missouri State.
photo by Justin Limoges

Peaking at the right time? Men’s basketball win two straight with season finale tomorrow

It was a long time coming, but the Bradley men’s basketball team won back-to-back games for the first time since the 2014-2015 season after taking down Evansville 84-72 last Saturday and Missouri State 77-68 on Wednesday night. Bradley held the … read more


‘Britney Ever After’: a cringe-worthy attempt

If you thought Lifetime’s depiction of singer Aaliyah was the worst biographical movie they could have ever done, think again. “Britney Ever After” is a Lifetime-produced, so-called “biopic” of iconic pop queen Britney Spears that aired last Sunday. Did I … read more


Invigorate your Peoria experience

When Bradley students talk about the city they live in for at least four years, the tone of the conversation is often negative. But that’s because many students don’t take advantage of all Peoria has to offer. Student Senate and … read more


Students lend a hand during the holidays

A Hand Up for the Holidays, an initiative run by the Lewis J. Burger Center for Student Leadership and Public Service to provide students at Trewyn Elementary with winter clothing items and uniforms, will be collecting items on campus. Director … read more