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Posts published by “Allison Appelbaum”

Chorale raises funds for Denmark trip

The Bradley Chorale is traveling to Denmark in May to share their music, create memories with friends and experience a different culture. Chorale is the top vocal performance ensemble at Bradley. Comprised of both men and women, the group primarily performs two concert programs each…

Farmers market provides laid-back experience

Local Peoria vendors and student organizations kicked off Family Weekend Saturday morning with a farmer’s market, giving visiting families a taste of the Midwest. This was the first year the farmer’s market took place. There were many different vendors and activities for people of all…

Author’s Day encourages students to keep writing

The Wyckoff room is booked tonight by the National Novel Writing Club for the second annual Author’s Day. Author’s Day is an event hosted by the club, nicknamed NaNoWriMo, during Family Weekend. The evening will consist of five student authors introducing their original novel or…

Student Senate promotes upcoming election

The smell of popcorn filled the Student Center Atrium as members of Student Senate passed out petitions and popcorn to interested candidates on Monday. Student Senate hosted a meet-and-greet event as a final effort to educate students about the upcoming Student Senate elections Sept. 7…

Student judges select bake-off winners

In order to be a good baker, students “knead” to know the basics. Bradley students went head-to-head in a bake-off competition hosted by Kappa Phi on Wednesday. This event created an opportunity for students to show off their baking skills by selecting a dessert to…

The Lorax kicks off Earth Day

The Sustain(ability) club began Earth Week on Monday by inviting students to attend a free campus screening of the Lorax. President of the club Sarah Handler said showing the Lorax movie “was a fun way to start a dialogue about sustainability on campus.” The 36…

Garrett week celebrates diversity

Bradley students came together this week to take part in a tradition started in 1977 that celebrates diversity, culture and the legacy of Romeo B. Garrett. As the first black professor at Bradley, Garrett strived to raise student awareness about different cultures. “His ideals of…

Students ready to roll with NPHC

National Panhellenic Council is inviting students to its first “Rolling with NPHC” at the Peoria Palace Skating Rink on April 10. NPHC is comprised of five African-American greek chapters, and its president Bonnie Conner said she hopes the event will provide a way for students…

New club drives for commuter benefits

For commuting students, a new club for them could be a welcome relief. The Commuter Connection Club officially arrives at Bradley on Saturday Feb. 28 with the goal to recruit members. The first informational meeting will take place at noon in the Student Center room…

Talent show raises spirits, funds

A cat duet, short skits and a booming bassoon will soon swirl in the air of the Dingeldine Music Center. On Thursday, Feb. 19 at 7:30 p.m., the Bradley University Chorale students will host its annual talent show. This year, the event will help raise…

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