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Posts published by “Kylee Higgins”

Foundress celebrated for feminism

Frontier explorer. Philanthropist. Businesswoman. University foundress. Lydia Moss Bradley was many things – and among them, a feminist. Ahead of her time in many ways, Lydia paved the way for generations of students and community members far after her life. After her husband’s death in…

Students walk to show support

Students gathered together on Olin Quad Wednesday night to bring awareness to mental illness. The Student Health Advisory Committee (SHAC), Theta Chi Fraternity and brAvery, an organization which deals with raising awareness for suicide prevention, hosted the event, “A Light In the Darkness: A Walk…

Humans of the Hilltop: Brooke Golden

One Bradley student is breaking the mold of bodybuilding by not only being a student who participates in competitions, but also by being female. Bradley senior Brooke Golden said bodybuilding, which is usually a male-dominated industry, has been a part of her life for about…

Sign language interpreters improve event accessibility

The Department of Communication is currently taking strides to accommodate those who are deaf and hard of hearing by inviting sign language interpreters to all of their public events. So far, there have been two events where a sign language interpreter was present – during…

Campus safety walk addresses student concerns

Bradley University Police officers walked around campus and off-campus housing Monday, listening to students’ concerns about unsafe areas at Bradley. Chief Brian Joschko and crime prevention officers Sean Savage and Shane Young worked with Amanda Fuller, Student Senate vice president of Campus Safety, to target…

Former congressmen explain rift in political field

Former congressmen Rich Stallings, a Democrat representative from Idaho, and Gil Gutknecht, a Republican from Minnesota, hung out on the Hilltop Monday in order to talk to students about the state of U.S. politics. At Q-and-A session called “Election 2016: The Evolution of American Politics,”…

Mood screening imparts mental health awareness

Students had the opportunity to test their moods, raise awareness for mental health and utilize the counseling services on campus. The counseling center set up a table in Michel Student Center to survey Bradley students about their mental health Oct. 6, National Depression Screening Day.…

Former senator to talk bipartisanship on campus

Students and the public will get a chance to hear former Sen. Tom Daschle speak about his book, “Crisis Point,” at 7 p.m. Oct. 3 in the Hayden Clark Alumni Center. The book, co-authored by Sen. Tom Daschle and former Sen. Trent Lott, covers the…

Bradley hosts fair for political and legislative jobs

Students interested in joining the campaign trail were given the inside scoop on political and legislative jobs at the third Political Campaign Volunteer/Legislature Internship Expo on Wednesday. Sponsored by the Institute for Principled Leadership in Public Service, the Smith Career Center and Bradley’s department of…

Humans of the Hilltop: Anne Hollis

Many student organizations are housed in Sisson Hall, but the first floor is dedicated to faculty members who help students in times of need. One of those faculty members is Anne Hollis. Hollis, the executive director for student support services, has been eagerly assisting and…

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