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Rebirth of the renaissance man?

Leonardo da Vinci, Michelangelo Buonarroti, Donald Glover. Now Im guessing youre all thinking that one of these names doesnt belong on the list, but bear with me. Last week, the rapper, writer and actor was nominated for four Emmys and went home with two. Glover…

Bringing back the sounds of summer

As students wrap up their first month of the school year, the Activities Council of Bradley University (ACBU) provided students an opportunity to take a break and reminisce about the feelings of summer. With picnic tables, beach towels and pillows scattered throughout Michel Student Center…

DACA repeal distresses Bradley students

On Sept. 5, President Donald Trump announced an end to Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA). The policy protects immigrants brought to the United States illegally as minors and allows them to apply for work permits and receive education. The program will be phased out…

Restaurant helps cure hangovers

Off the corner of Callendar Avenue and Western Avenue sits a brand new restaurant with a menu dedicated solely to creative hangover cures. Planet Rated R Restaurant opened this past June, but is already standing out from the crowd with its unique menu, which mirrors…

The biggest mistake Ive ever made (in recent memory)

Anyone who knows me well knows that I love to eat, and beyond that, I love to eat mass quantities of food. The week before classes start, fraternities and sororities hold their work/spirit weeks. Every work week, my house has the tradition of going to…

Undergraduates dive into summer research fellowship

While some students spend their summers working, interning or simply relaxing, four Bradley students utilized this past summer to conduct their own research through a guided university program. The students were given this opportunity through the Undergraduate Summer Research and Artistry Fellowship program started by…

Breaking the stigma through poetry

As the semester comes to a close for Bradley students, finals, projects and the many stressors of college life are all taking over. The Activities Council of Bradley University (ACBU) decided to use poetry to bring more attention to mental health issues on college campuses,…

Panelists preach advocacy for Syria

As the Syrian refugee crisis wages on overseas, the disagreements about U.S. policy in the matter have not ceased either. On Wednesday, the Bradley International Affairs Organization (IAO) brought in three panelists from around the country to discuss humanitarian law in relation to Syria. The…

Humans of the Hilltop: Kala Pierce

Not everyone enjoys going into work every day, and finding an interesting job can be just as tough, but tucked away in the Hayden-Clark Alumni center is a recent Bradley graduate working her dream job. After starting in May of 2013, Assistant Director for Alumni…

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