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Posts published by “Hannah Snidman”

The study abroad experience explored

For many, the opportunity to travel to a foreign destination is a rare one. Every year, hundreds of Bradley students choose to study in another country. These trips may be short January term and May term classes or full-length courses spanning an entire semester. This…

Students dress for success

The Wellness Office and student organization Fashion Focus joined together at 6 p.m. Wednesday in Neumiller Hall to host “Slice of Fashion,” which included a 10-person fashion show. The aim of the show was to help students in interviews and to kick off the Wellness…

Students lend a hand during the holidays

A Hand Up for the Holidays, an initiative run by the Lewis J. Burger Center for Student Leadership and Public Service to provide students at Trewyn Elementary with winter clothing items and uniforms, will be collecting items on campus. Director of Student Activities Tom Coy…

Greek life students talk stereotypes, individuality

The greek community fostered a night of leadership as they brought two speakers to campus. Lori Hart, the senior director of Prevention Initiatives for Pi Kappa Phi National Headquarters, ran the workshop and gave the 7:30 p.m. presentation titled “YOU be YOU: A Discussion on…

Body Project urges students to acknowledge disability

The Body Project emphasized the possibilities, not the impossible, for those with disabilities at their event START SEEING disABILITY Wednesday. The event included demonstrations with service dogs, Best Buddies presentations and pickup wheelchair basketball games. “START SEEING disABILITY is about spreading awareness of how individuals…

Music professor retires

Music professor Edward Kaizer will bid farewell to the Hilltop this year after his retirement. Kaizer worked at Bradley for 45 years teaching music history, piano pedagogy, piano literature and music appreciation. He also served as the coordinator and director of keyboard studies. “Bradley was…

Donna Carr-Roberts decorates campus with art

Donna Carr-Roberts, University President Gary Roberts’ wife, is working with Bradley’s Department of Art to breathe new life into a number of campus buildings. Carr-Roberts serves as an artist-in-residence for the Slane College of Communications and Fine Arts, which is a volunteer position. “I am…

Be mindful of all religious holidays

Imagine this: Bradley University holds classes Dec. 24 and 25. Professors continue to lecture, assign homework and give exams – the works. Students are still expected to come to class and activities go on as usual. There would be an uproar. Students and faculty would…

Meatless Mondays aim to support healthy choices

In 2008, “Vegetarian Times” reported 3.2 percent of American adults, or around 7.3 million people, are vegetarians. If Bradley is representative of the population, there are about 142 vegetarian undergraduate students. To accommodate these students and countless others who want to limit their meat consumption,…

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