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Posts published by “Hannah Snidman”

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,…

Holocaust survivor shares story

Students were urged to “think before they hate” at an event on Tuesday night. Hungarian-born Holocaust survivor Magda Brown gave a speech in the Peplow Pavilion of the Hayden-Clark Alumni Center. The presentation was titled “Think Before You Hate” and was sponsored by Bradley’s Intellectual…

Homecoming Court Kings And Queens

Charlie Barchett, senior, sports communication major Q: Who inspires you? A: My grandpa was my role model because he lived life generously and to the fullest. He pushed me to be my best and to take advantage of as many opportunities as I can to…

New app created to decrease sexual violence

This semester, Bradley introduced a free smartphone application that allows students to easily access policies, reporting options and other services regarding sexual assault. Reach Out – College Edition is now available in Google Play and the Apple App Store and features customized material such as…

Lydia Moss Bradley gets her own birthday treat

Students and Peorians alike are now able to get their fill of some sweet history at a nearby restaurant and ice cream shop this semester. The Spotted Cow, located at 718 W. Glen Ave., recently released a special-edition ice cream flavor to celebrate Lydia Moss…

Bradley turns trash to treasure

Trash to Treasure, or T2T, is a new program being implemented this spring that aims to prevent campus waste and help community members by collecting unwanted items from Bradley students. Possible donations include school supplies, small appliances, furniture and non-perishable food items. “Those who have…

Body Project hosts NEDA walk

For the first time, Peoria will be hosting a National Eating Disorders Association Walk Saturday, April 9. Registration begins at 8:30 a.m. and the event begins at 9 a.m. in Markin Recreational Center. “We are hoping to get 100 people to come out to the…

Speaker discusses Latina struggles in America

The Association of Latin American Students provided the opportunity to learn more about the issues and struggles Latina women face in America. A.L.A.S. hosted filmmaker and human rights activist Barbara Martinez Jitner Wednesday in the Student Center Ballroom. Jitner produced, “La Frontera,” a documentary about…

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