Employees to receive added wage payment

After last fall’s $7 million budget cuts, the university expects to end the current fiscal year with an estimated positive operating margin of $950,000. In a February email, University President Joanne Glasser announced to university employees that the majority of … read more


Senior outfielder Isaac Smith swings at a pitch against SIU in March. Smith homered to lead the Braves past Iowa Tuesday. Photo by Dan Smith.

Baseball knocks off ranked foes Iowa, Dallas Baptist

Quick, flash back to the year 2003. The Tampa Bay Buccaneers were the defending NFL champs, Jim Les was in his first year as the head coach of the Bradley men’s basketball team, and Bradley baseball knocked off nationally ranked … read more


Suppression of the Selfie Stick

You knew that selfies had officially infiltrated the world the moment you received a text from your mom with her first selfie. Whenever the older generation becomes aware of a new trend, you know it’s not a good sign. However, … read more


Editorial: Lag in safety notification is unacceptable

It was at 9:35 p.m. on a Monday, 55 degrees and clear skies. It was on Fredonia Avenue, amid the residences of hundreds of Bradley students. It was within walking distance of a blue emergency light pole, and the victim … read more


Speaker motivates young entrepreneurs

Tejas Shastry, a young entrepreneur, offered advice to students on how to start a company, hone their products and achieve success Friday night in Westlake Hall. “Most people think it’s all about having a brilliant idea, but that’s just a … read more