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Posts published by “Hannah Snidman”

Honor Society donates snacks

Bradley’s chapter of Kappa Omicron Nu (KONu), the national honor society for the human sciences, hosted a care packaging event Monday afternoon in Markin’s basement. Volunteers prepared “WEkend CARE” packages, comprised of snacks and encouraging notes. Pleasant Hill Elementary will receive 240 kits, Norwood Primary…

Alumnus Cecil Baldwin returns to campus

Last night, voice actor and Bradley alumnus Cecil Baldwin gave a talk titled “LGBT in The Arts: The Cecil Baldwin Story” in Michel Student Center Ballroom. In his speech, Baldwin discussed learning to be candid and honest with audiences through his work with The Neo-Futurists,…

Guerrilla Girl unmasks

On Monday evening, Guerrilla Girl Aphra Behn (a.k.a. artist-activist Donna Kaz), gave a lecture titled “Push. Push Back! 9 Steps to Make a Difference with Activism and Art” in Peplow Pavilion. The event was co-sponsored by Bradley University Galleries, Department of Art, ICAC and Women’s…

Philosophy professor defends Howard Zinn

David Detmer, a philosophy professor at Purdue University Northwest, spoke about his new book to Bradley students and faculty on Oct. 3 in the Wyckoff Room. The history department brings speakers to campus through the Armstrong lecture series. Detmer initially contacted Brad Brown, the chair…

A bright tradition

A familiar tradition for returning students and a wonder for new Braves, Lighting of the B brightened up campus during the start of Homecoming. This year, the event took place on Monday at 7 p.m., with a fireworks show ending the night at 8:30 p.m.…

PAFIS brings friendship and fun

Studying in a brand new country can be challenging and sometimes lonely if students don’t know anyone in an unfamiliar place. However, Peoria Area Friends of International Students (PAFIS) works to pair international students with local residents in order to facilitate relationships. The program started…

Fashionably Late sells style

Less than 15 minutes away from campus stands an adorable resale boutique, Fashionably Late. Run by local owner Amy Hedden, the store contains gently used women’s and children’s clothing, as well as shoes, purses, jewelry, hats and scarves. “You can get name brands for inexpensive…

A work in progress

It’s a very liberating feeling to not care about what others think of your appearance; to simply wake up in the morning and go to school or work without needing to check the mirror and create a whole routine in order to feel presentable. I…

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