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BUPD Blue Ribbon Race hits close to home

Attendees of the first ever Bradley University Police Department Blue Ribbon Race were shown firsthand how their support of a charity for fallen police officers makes a difference. The five-kilometer race took place on Saturday as a part of Family Weekend. The proceeds from the…

Bradley welcomes new vice president for legal affairs

Each fall on the Hilltop, there are new faces. New students, professors, faculty, administrators and many more are at Bradley for their first semester. One new face is the vice president for legal affairs and general counsel Erin Kastberg.  Kastberg began working in the newly…

Student died after fall into quarry

An incoming sophomore student Alex J. Williams, of Geneseo studied criminology major, died Thursday after falling into the Cleveland Quarry. According to WQAD News in Moline, Williams fell into the Cleveland Quarry after midnight on Thursday. Williams was trespassing on the quarry along with five…

16-year-old Peoria teen indicted on murder charges

Jermontay Brock, 16, of Peoria, was indicted on charges of first-degree murder in the April 8 shooting that resulted in the death of Bradley freshman Nasjay Murry, as well as an aggravated battery charge for the non-fatal shooting of another female Bradley student on Tuesday,…

Soccer experiments in spring game

The Bradley soccer team used its spring game against the University of Nebraska-Omaha Saturday to try out different players in crucial roles. The Braves were supposed to play Omaha and Southern Illinois Edwardsville in Evanston over the weekend, but the round robin was cancelled, and…

Track moves up in conference rankings

The Bradley track team competed in the Gibson Invitational in Terre Haute, Indiana, last weekend, posting several times in the top of the conference rankings. The best performance of the weekend for the Braves was in the 800-meter run, where the top three finishers were…

One-on-one: Who will win the Masters?

Justin Rose BY COLE BREDAHL Every year, the Masters brings a lot of excitement to the golf world, and this year is no exception. The anticipation for the tournament this year has been centered on the return of Tiger Woods in his first Masters since…

Track weathers the storm

The Bradley men’s and women’s track teams split up last weekend as several athletes travelled to compete in the Stanford Invitational and the San Francisco State Distance Carnival in California. The rest of the team competed at the Eastern Illinois Big Blue Classic. The athletes…