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Students embrace their inner outdoor spirits in Adventure Club

Bradley is home to dozens of extracurricular activities and clubs for students to join. But if students want to get off the Hilltop to hike or hammock, there’s only one option: Adventure Club. According to Andrew Trocki, club president and senior civil engineering major, Adventure…

Interfaith Collaborative encourages students to discuss religion

Bradley’s campus is home to a number of different religions and denominations. If students want to learn more about them, they can take classes in the religious studies program, or they can get involved in the Interfaith Collaborative, which centers around discussion between different faiths…

We’re not ‘ovary-acting,’ ‘Vagina Monologues’ a must see

Bradley’s theater department and a cast of 14 female students are preparing to perform “The Vagina Monologues,” the famous 1996 work by Eve Ensler. The feminist-driven piece has garnered all sorts of acclaim, and its fair share of controversy, as well. Throughout all the reviews,…

Gender studies meets sports: Sports communication professor talks representation in the media

At a time when professional athletes showcase their talents in the Olympics, the Department of Women and Gender Studies shed light on an underlying issue in sports around the globe. The Gender Scholar Lecture Series is an ongoing set of presentations and lectures put on…

Black History Month celebrates identity, culture

Bradley has celebrated Black History Month for decades, and the Office of Diversity and Inclusion is not stopping this year. Hosted mostly in the Romeo B. Garrett Center, upcoming events will bring African-American culture to the forefront of students’ attention and allow the campus to…

Humans of the Hilltop: Dunja Anrunovic

Most people have never been out of the country, nor have they been offered a Division I athletic scholarship before. For assistant professor of sports communication Dunja Antunovic, both of these accomplishments are her reality. Currently, in her third year teaching at Bradley, she specializes…

Panelists’ advice to students: Symposium panelists share knowledge, experience in sports media

As the third annual Charley Steiner Symposium for Sports Communication finished up on Tuesday, students of all years and majors heard from professionals regarding career paths in media and working in the professional sports field. But according to Los Angeles Dodgers announcer Charley Steiner, students…

New club raises awareness for Alzheimers

Bradley students are provided have ample opportunites to get involved on campus through various groups and organizations available to join. One new club to campus looking to make an impact is the Youth Movement Against Alzheimers (YMAA). Established last spring, YMAA has a membership totaling…

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