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Library hours change

Insomniacs might be upset to hear they can no longer camp out in the library until 4 a.m., due to the Cullom-Davis Library changing its hours to accommodate early birds. The library still opens at 7:30 a.m. Monday through Thursday, but now closes at 3:30…

Comedian cracks up campus

From teaching in high school classrooms to touring college campuses, comedian Orlando Baxter appeared on the Hilltop Wednesday evening, making Bradley students laugh until their stomachs hurt. ACBU brought Baxter to entertain students in the Student Center Ballroom. Baxter has been performing comedy for 14…

Get a look at the life of Getz

Religious studies professor Daniel Getz was born in Denver, Colorado, shortly after World War II. His parents were both veterans; his mother in the army and his father a Marine. His mother was stationed at a hospital in India, with regiments of Chinese and Japanese…

Parry the sword: Advance to victory

What do “The Princess Bride,” “Gladiator” and the Bradley Fencing Club all have in common? Swords, lots of swords. Clay McKinley, president of the club and senior electrical engineering major, stated that there is something special about fencing that cannot be found anywhere else on…

Fondue you have plans Friday?

Pop-soul music and the scent of chocolate will waft through the Michel Student Center on Feb. 15 at 7 p.m., hopefully renewing that expired Valentine’s Day feeling of love. Nico Franc, a Los Angeles based independent singer-songwriter, will be visiting campus following a recent sold-out…

Brave Sounds sets the Valentine mood

When the Valentine’s Day fever hit campus on Thursday, card delivery booths opened in the student center, puppies were brought in to pet, Coffee with a Cop featured heart-shaped donuts and love songs filled the Student Center Atrium. Sounds of Love was an event held…

Briefs: February 15, 2019

Peoria Pizza Works to host dangerously fun night From 8 p.m. to midnight on Feb. 16 at Peoria Pizza Works, several unique and dangerous acts, including a heavy metal belly dancing group, will be performing in the Lovers and Losers Anti-Valentine’s Show. Local bookstore invites…

Academic Success Center hosts organization workshop

“Here’s a Smartie, because you’re all smarties,” associate director of the Academic Success Center, Susan Rapp said as she passed out candy Monday night to a group of 11 students in the basement of Westlake Hall, all eager to hear “pro organization tips.” With a…

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