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DJ Demers mixes comedy and sincerity

When the stress of college is overwhelming, sometimes the best cure is laughter. Comedian DJ Demers performed for students Wednesday evening in the Student Center Ballroom. He was hosted by Activities Council Bradley University. The selection of Demers was a last minute choice. “Taylor Tomlinson…

Flu causes concern on campus

The flu virus caught national attention this year, as more and more people have been hospitalized with severe symptoms. According to a report published by CBS in January, flu activity has reached the highest level since swine flu patients almost a decade ago, with more…

An open letter to my high school

When I began outlining this column, I planned on writing an open thank-you letter to my high school for how well it prepared me for college. But when I thought about the unfairness between alumni from my high school and less fortunate schools, I felt…

Humans of the Hilltop: Jenna Amico

Bradley students have various different reasons why they decide to attend the university. For senior Jenna Amico, the university’s Hollywood semester served as one of the reasons she chose Bradley over art schools and other universities. Amico, a television arts major, attended the Hollywood program…

Humans of the Hilltop: Brooke Engerman

Junior Brooke Engerman first started working with the Activites Council of Bradley University (ACBU) during the fall of her sophomore year and through the strides she has made in the organization the past year, she is currently the featured entertainment coordinator. I wasn’t very involved…

OLLI course teaches smartphone use

Sophomore Sam Kuhlmeyer is teaching a class this semester called iPhone 101 to students enrolled in the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute (OLLI) at Bradley. OLLI students range from ages 50 to 98, and the class meets every Thursday from Oct.12 to Nov. 2 at Bradley.…

Student researchers finalize projects

The Liberal Arts and Sciences (LAS) Summer Undergraduate Research and Artistry Colloquium was held Tuesday in the Westlake Hall Atrium. The event began with poster presentations by students in biology, chemistry and biochemistry, psychology, and world languages and cultures departments. Then, three summer fellows gave…