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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…

BSA hosts Black Excellence Ball

Bradley’s Black Student Alliance hosted its annual Black Excellence Ball Sunday in the student center ballroom to honor students displaying a positive attitude both in and outside of academics. The event included a photo booth and a light dinner for attendees to celebrate the honored…

Students welcome Year of Red Monkey

The Asian American Association hosted its third annual Lunar New Year Banquet from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. Saturday in Student Center Ballroom. The 2016 ceremony included free food and presentations. The Lunar New Year began Monday, Feb. 8, ushering in the Year of the…

Students compete at Sings and Wings

Campus Outreach hosted a lip-sync battle Sings and Wings Monday. The event took place in Lydia’s Lounge at 10 p.m., and the organization served chicken wings and pizza to students. Attending students received one raffle ticket, while battle participants earned two chances. Participants had the…

S.M.I.L.E. raises money for nursery

Dietra Kuester’s ETE 445 class runs Project Students Making an Impact and Leading Education (S.M.I.L.E.) every year, where the class chooses one organization to donate money to. This year’s students chose the Crittenton Center Nursery. Crittenton is a non-profit for child abuse prevention services. Parents…

Brave chefs slice up competition

Fresh Slice, Bradley’s hospitality student organization, brought out all the ingredients to serve students at the third annual Brave Chef competition last Sunday in the Student Center Ballroom. Four teams competed and were tasked with making an appetizer, entree and dessert for judges to taste.…

Bradley hosts Norton Speech Tournament

The Bradley speech team hosted the 68th Annual L. E. Norton Memorial Collegiate Speech Tournament Nov. 7 and 8. The competition brought in 41 teams from 20 states spanning from Florida to California. Over 500 alumni, coaches and students attended the event. All of the…