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Police Reports: 2018-09-14

At approximately 3 a.m. Sept. 12 on the 1600 block of W. Main St., a non-student male notified police after two unidentified males in black hoodies struck him and took his possessions. Police are investigating the case further at this time and notified faculty and…

Editorial: Job fair for all

Everywhere you looked on Thursday, Bradley students were wearing their best pressed dress clothes carried their freshly-printed resumes. Students anxiously anticipated their interactions with the daunting employers of their dream jobs. Many students find their potential employers at the job fair for both internship and…

Brief: 2018-09-14

Family weekend events Bradley will be hosting a number of events for family weekend, beginning Friday, Sept. 14 with “Dueling Pianos” at 8 p.m. in the student center ballroom. A picnic will be held at Olin Quad Saturday from 12 -2 p.m. followed by Saliesh…

Students and faculty impact beyond the Hilltop

Preparing students for future careers should go beyond the brick and mortar. Prior to recently passed Illinois House Bill 4643, patients were required to visit a physician and get a referral to a physical therapist. But now patients can have direct access to their physical…

Police Reports: 2018-09-07

At approximately 2:30 p.m. on Aug. 31, two male students notified police of a female harassing them at Martin Luther King Jr. Drive and Union Street. The students said the woman was slurring her words and carrying a case of alcohol when she went up…

One-on-one: Which new NFL head coach will have the biggest impact this season?

Cameron Irwin: Frank Reich – Indianapolis Colts Frank Reich was not the first choice for the Indianapolis Colts to replace former head coach Chuck Pagano. Like most of his career as a quarterback, Reich was the backup plan. Now, he finds himself back in Indy…

Brief: 2018-09-07

Morton hosts annual week-long Pumpkin Festival The Morton Chamber of Commerce presents a week of autumn fun from Sept. 8 to Sept. 15. The festival features vendors as well as events including boat races, decorating contests, a pageant, a pie eating contest, bingo, musical entertainment,…

From the internship to the polls – campaigns bring opportunities to campus

As election season rolls around, so do opportunities for internships. This was the idea behind the Legislative Internship & Political Campaign Expo. “Many of these organizations will hire students to help them with their upcoming campaigns,” said Carmen Kremitzki, assistant director for the Smith Career…

Police Reports: 2018-08-31

• A male non-student complaining of a man bothering people in the area flagged police down in Campustown on Aug. 22 at approximately 9 p.m. Upon further investigation, the intoxicated man was arrested after he was found to be previously banned from the area. •…

Editorial: ‘You don’t know what you got till it’s gone’

Being hit by a car at 201 years of age might be the end for some peo- ple, but not Lydia Moss Bradley. The statue of the foundress of Bradley University was struck by a car on June 9. After extensive damage, Lydia’s was taken…