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Humans of the Hilltop: Amy Scott

Amy Scott, associate professor and director of the Women’s and Gender Studies program, came to campus 12 years ago. Since then, Scott has had the chance to increase both her own involvement in activism events on campus as well as that of Bradley students. According…

Students, professionals jazz up Student Center

Unlike most days, this Tuesday the Michel Student Center was filled with faint sounds of piano, saxophones and clarinets as various musicians performed in the Student Center Ballroom for Bradley’s annual Jazz Festival. Professor of Trumpet and Director of Jazz Ensembles Todd Kelly said the…

Foster College sees a fresh face

The Foster College of Business has seen many changes over the past year. Senior business majors saw changes in their core curriculum in the Fall of 2015. In summer of 2017, Baker Hall was demolished and the business college found its temporary home in the…

Accounting department files taxes for a cause

In an effort to both aid Peoria locals and provide accounting students with real-world job experience, Bradley’s accounting department is reintroducing the Volunteer Income Tax Assistance program this year. VITA is a volunteer opportunity for accounting students, which has not been integrated since 2003. Thanks…

Complex construction makes strides

The previous home to business students was sacrificed for something greater this past summer, as Bradley executed the construction of the Business and Engineering Complex in place of Baker Hall. Displaced business students have used Campustown classroom accommodations, while the building is constructed until the…

Students get cultured: International Global Learning Community hosts ‘Life in Korea’

“Annyeong-ha-se-yo” means “hello” in Korean. Students and faculty gathered in the Heitz Hall Commuter Lounge last Wednesday to learn more about Korean culture. Titled “Life in Korea,” the event consisted of International Studies Assistant Professor Jihyun Kim teaching the attendees various common greetings in Korean.…

Bradley engineering sees far-out opportunities

In its third installment of four phases, NASA’s 3-D Printed Habitat Competition will once again be hosted by Bradley University. Bradley previously held phase two of the competition in August of this year and received confirmation of phase three earlier this month on Nov. 7.…

u.Achieve finalized as replacement to DARS

Bradley has seen a multitude of changes recently: The construction of the Business and Engineering Complex, the not-so-distant implementation of Bradley’s Core Curriculum and the appointment of University President Gary Roberts. Now, change has come once again in the form of a new degree audit…

Research compliments classroom curriculum

Some schools market low student-to-faculty ratios and small classroom sizes, showcasing their emphasis on qualitative teaching. Other universities encourage faculty to explore research. Bradley holds a middle ground between the two aspects. Faculty have expectations to produce scholarly work, whether its empirical research in psychology…

October a month for LGBTQ+ awareness, education

October is a month known for its chilly weather, Halloween costumes and the infamous pumpkin spice latte. However, Bradleys Office of Diversity and Inclusion hopes to bring attention to the months celebration of LGBTQ+ and its history. With the roots of this annual recognition dating…

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