Culture on the Quad brought food from around the world to campus on Thursday, Sept. 25. Students were treated to Latin American, Asian Moroccan and Indian cuisine while other cultural events provided entertainment.

Culture on the Quad fosters campus diversity

Students took part in a culturally diverse experience at Culture on the Quad this Thursday. Student Senate hosted the event in combination with the Association of Latin American Students (A.L.A.S.), the Asian American Association, Black Student Alliance, Haute, Students United for change and Men of Color. This was the first of what is hoped to […]

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Greek social event policies revamped

This year brings new leadership and with it new policies to greek chapters across campus. Under the direction of student affairs, Bradley University Fraternity and Sorority Life has proposed updates to its social event registration and housing release policies. Assistant Director of Fraternity and Sorority Life Nancy Schwartz said the social event registration revisions began […]

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One drink to rule them all?

Fall has officially fallen, and that means a few things: Ugg boots, leggings, flannels and, of course, pumpkin spice everything. Here at the Voice, we’re rather indifferent to seasonal trends like specialty beverages. So, since we’re pretty open to coffee choices, we took the liberty of finding which local coffee shop had the best. Editor’s […]

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Bradley forward Jason Lesch battles with UNLV midfielder Kevin Partida during last month’s Hotels at Grand Prarie Classic.

Soccer rebounds at ProRehab Classic

Following a 1-4 start to the season and an early strategy change by coach Jim DeRose, the Braves men’s soccer team is enjoying its first winning streak of the year after sweeping the Evansville Aces ProRehab Classic. The Braves won the tournament by winning both games played against Marshall and Mercer, with scores of 4-0 […]

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ACBU books Wiz Khalifa for fall concert

Students will be “stayin’ out all night” when rapper Wiz Khalifa comes to campus this fall. On Monday night, ACBU social media outlets announced Khalifa will perform in Renaissance Coliseum Friday, Nov. 14 at 9 p.m. Khalifa is famous for his 2011 debut single, “Black and Yellow,” which peaked at number one on “Billboard’s Hot […]

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New studio offers recording options

A new recording studio will soon bring music to our ears, as Hilltop Studios officially takes up residence in the basement of University Hall. The space down the hall from the laundry room in University Hall’s basement was nothing but storage, and before that, it was a game room. Now, it is a recording studio […]

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Volleyball starts 0-2 in MVC

As the old adage goes: “When it rains, it pours.” For the volleyball team, a downpour of injuries has resulted in a 0-12 overall record and an 0-2 record in the Missouri Valley Conference. The Braves were already playing without juniors Kristi Chynoweth, who was in a walking boot all summer, and Jessie Tulacka, who […]

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Bradley’s bands filled the Alumni Quad with sweet sounds Sept. 19. The performance featured top musicians from Bradley’s Music Department.

Bands jazz up the quad

This year’s band concert brought a classical, yet modern sound to the Alumni Quad Friday, Sept. 19. Bradley’s Symphonic Band, Wind and the Jazz Ensemble’s performance presented a mixture of traditional sophistication with an edgy new style of music. Chairperson for the Department of Music and Band Director David Vroman said he is excited to […]

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