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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…

Engineering students begin solar car project

This year, a group of Bradley electrical and mehcanical engineering students are taking their senior project to an astronomical level by creating solar powered cars. The team of mechanical engineering students is comprised Aaron Green-Van Zee, Zach Pakula and Kody Downes. Likewise, Josh Strong, Evan…

Students begin classes in Campustown

Due to the crater formerly-known as Baker Hall and the largest freshmen class in recent history, some classes will be taught in Campustown this semester – for the first time in Bradleys history. Campustown is being used for a number of business courses, including marketing,…

Scout on the Street: What is your favorite homecoming tradition?

Hannah Subgrunski, sophomore, biology and music double major My favorite homecoming traditions [are] the fireworks and the gigantic B on top of Bradley Hall. Victoria Benitez, sophomore, international studies and Spanish double major My favorite homecoming tradition is probably the Lighting of the B. Zach…

Humans of the Hilltop: Monica Youssef

Many high school students want to continue their passions throughout college. Monica Youssef is no exception. Youssef currently serves as the president of Bradley Fellows, a public service and leadership organization on campus that accepts just 15 students each school year. However, volunteering is nothing…

Healthy Kids Day

Senior community wellness majors teamed up with the Peoria YMCA and the Peoria Park District to host Healthy Kids Day at 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. Saturday at the Proctor Recreation Center. Healthy Kids Day is a national initiative of the YMCA. As a result,…

Bradley makes a sale at competition

The Bradley sales team placed sixth overall at the National Collegiate Sales Competition (NCSC) from March 31 through April 2. The competition was hosted by Kennesaw State University in Georgia. According to Bradley’s website, NCSC is “a national selling competition for college students interested in…

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