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Posts published by “David DeMeo”

The Madison Letter comes to Bradley

With finals approaching, the Activities Council of Bradley University (ACBU) held a free “Spring into Summer” concert on last night as a way for students to get into the right state of mind before finishing off a long semester. The performance at the concert included…

Scout on the Street: What’s the hardest final you’ve ever taken?

“The hardest final I’ve ever taken was probably for BIO 230. The exam questions were just very intricate, so you really had to focus on interpreting the actual question before continuing on to the next question.” Sophomore nursing major Aileen Richardson   “The final for…

Chi Omega Bradley chapter Mu Delta turns 70

The Mu Delta chapter of Chi Omega women’s fraternity celebrated 70 years of sisterhood and philanthropy on Bradley’s campus April 8. The celebration invited present members and alumnae to participate in numerous planned events including a luncheon, an open house tour, a raising of Chi…

Scout on the Street: What should Bradley’s Mascot be and why?

“I think the Bradley mascot should be a ‘Brave,’ but not in a discriminatory sense. Maybe the mascot should be a ‘Captain America’ type figure character with a shield with a big ‘B’ on it. ‘Bradley Brave’ rolls off the tongue and sounds smooth, so…

Help Camp Kesem come to Bradley

Camp Kesem, a new campus organization, is raising money in an attempt to make a colony on Bradley’s campus. This program provides a way for kids affected by their parent’s cancer to release the stress that comes from coping with the illness. The program supervisor,…

Speaker digs deep about disorder

Activist Troy Roness spoke on the struggles and perseverance of his journey to combat his eating disorder Monday night in Neumiller Hall. During the event, Roness discussed several personal aspects of his life, including battling both an exercise disorder and eating disorder, family relations, attending…

Humans of the Hilltop: Jocelyn Watkins

Not many employees have the opportunity to call their workplace home for 14 years and still manage to keep a smile on their faces when walking into the office each day. Jocelyn Watkins, Clery Act Coordinator at Bradley University Police Department, is one of the…

BBQ Kitten roasts campus

Bradley’s improv club has been entertaining audiences for nearly 15 years, allowing students to unwind, laugh and forget about classroom stress. Even when members graduate and the group changes, the friendly dynamic of the troupe remains unchanged. BBQ Kitten is composed of seven members with…