High school students race with SHPE

If there’s one thing the Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers does when it takes its engineering skills out of the classroom, is make waves. Whether the members are bringing new learning opportunities to campus or taking part in community outreach … read more


Bradley holds on for its second conference win

Led by a strong start offensively and conclusive execution at the free throw line, the Bradley men’s basketball team picked up its second Missouri Valley Conference win against Indiana State Saturday. “The Braves (4-21, 2-10) were led by sophomore and … read more


Viners & YouTubers

When YouTube first gained momentum, no one imagined the impact it would have on the aspiring actors, singers and “15 minutes of famers” out there. Then Vine released its app, and an even more obscure culture was born. Ordinary people … read more


Binge watching is good for the soul

Over winter break, I had myself an “a-ha” moment. I’ve spent a great deal of my time doing absolutely nothing significant. I binge watched television shows even before the term “binge watching” was coined. I would rent the season DVDs … read more


Lemek sets MVC record as golf finishes ninth in Florida

The Bradley women’s golf team swung for a title at the Pat Bradley Invitational in Lakewood Ranch, Florida, last weekend. The team finished ninth overall and was paced by performances from junior Danielle Lemek (7th place finish) and senior Jenna … read more