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Students FUSE experiences for annual exhibition

On April 28, Bradley’s Department of Interactive Media will host its annual FUSE exhibition where students in the department can show off the work they’ve spent countless hours creating. Working together with the Peoria Riverfront Museum, FUSE aims to showcase different mediums of work, including…

Scouters that keep me up at night

When I think about Bradley as a whole, I’ll be honest, I don’t often think of the good. I think about that distinct smell when I walk out the door. I think of all the long treks I had to face walking from my apartment…

Police make arrest in fatal off-campus shooting

The Peoria Police Department and the Bradley University Police Department held a press conference yesterday at the Peoria Police Headquarters to discuss details of an April 11 arrest made in relation to the fatal off-campus April 8 shooting. Nasjay Murry, an 18-year-old Bradley University freshman,…

Continuing campus safety

Bradley University Police Department Chief Brian Joschko said despite the recent off-campus shooting, the Bradley community remains a safe location. Joschko said it is always important for students to be congnizant of themselves and those around them in any situation. “Be aware of your surroundings,…

Student Body Officer elections to be held next week

The 2018 Student Body Officer debate and voting dates were announced yesterday morning via Hilltop Happenings by Student Senate. Candidates running for Student Body Officer positions will present their platforms in front of Student Senate at 5 p.m. April 2 in the Garrett Center during…

Student transfer rate on the rise

While the college experience is usually seen as enrolling in a four-year college as a freshman, others take the route less traveled by transferring into a four-year college after a certain period of time or transferring from one college to another. At Bradley, the number…

Cafe off campus connects with communities

While Peoria is home to droves of coffee shops, many of the surrounding communities also hold their own caffeine havens. One in particular, Eli’s Coffee Shop, is focusing on growing its brand in smaller towns and getting to know its communities, according to owner Rachel…

Special items in Special Collections

Located on the third floor of the Cullom-Davis Library, the Special Collections department of Bradley focuses on retrieving and preserving the items of Bradley and is Peoria’s past. Here are some of the oldest and most interesting items, pertaining mostly to our founder, Lydia Moss…

Increased reports of rape, fondling and stalking in annual crime report

The annual crime log released by Bradley University Police Department indicated an increase in reports for rape, fondling and stalking. Despite the increase in reports of this nature, BUPD Chief Brian Joschko said he believes the numbers come from an increase in reporting due to…