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Treuer teaches Native history

Last week, young children throughout America glued colored construction paper into “feather headdresses” for Thanksgiving day celebrations. Following this season based upon myths, Bradley students had the opportunity to learn more about Native Americans. Anton Treuer is a professor of Ojibwe at Bemidji State University,…

Winter warning

When our car hit a patch of black ice, our plans for the evening skidded off course and into a snowy ditch. We just wanted to get back to Bradley in time for our classes the next morning, but Mother Nature had other plans. Since…

Thanksvegan

It’s the Thanksgiving I dreaded. On either side of me, plates are heaped with food. Thick slabs of turkey glide on gravy and nudge a puffy mashed potato mound. A dinner roll sits atop green bean casserole, marshmallow goo blankets sweet potatoes and butter smothers…

From whim to Hollywood

Sometimes taking a chance can lead to an important discovery. Rachel Borland, senior television arts major, found this out firsthand. Borland originally planned to attend culinary school, but came to the conclusion that cooking was more of a hobby than a career choice for her.…

The Body Project shows ‘To the Bone’

Presented by The Body Project, Netflix film “To the Bone” hit the big screen at Bradley on Wednesday night. The film follows Ellen (Lily Collins), a young college drop-out struggling with the eating disorder anorexia nervosa. Ellen changes her name to Eli and rides the…

The heart and soul of the student center

Cheery voice booming and his laughter filling the room, Will has become a public figure in the Michel Student Center. “No one embodies the heart and soul of the student center more than Will,” said Claudio DeBon, senior psychology major. Will has been cooking up…

Column: Remembering Luke

His freshman year, Luke cemented a place in my heart by encouraging and financially providing (never take your college meal plan for granted) a steady diet of mozzarella sticks. Okay, and queso to dip them in. Last night, two of his brothers met us (me,…

Olin Hall to repair damage

A hot water line in the second floor ceiling on the east side of Olin Hall broke. Consequently, this set off the sprinkler directly beneath, leading to two sources of flooding in the building around 7:30 p.m. on Oct. 18. Later that night, Bradley students…

Students seek graduate opportunities

Students wishing to pursue academic education beyond their undergraduate degrees had the opportunity to attend Bradley’s annual graduate and professional school fair. Eighty graduate and professional school programs were represented at the fair on Thursday, Oct. 25 from 12 p.m. to 3 p.m. in the…

Rocky Horror

It’s a Halloween tradition for the graduates of trick-or-treating. Don’t worry about missing your slutty costume party; “The Rocky Horror Picture Show” is that and so much more. What was originally a flop at the box office in 1975 quickly transformed into a cult classic…

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