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Humans of the Hilltop: Sam Kuhlmeyer

With nearly 100,000 subscribers on his channel “iUpdateOS,” Sam Kuhlmeyer is Bradley’s very own YouTube celebrity. Kuhlmeyer, a sophomore television arts major, was given his first camera in third grade. He recalled producing “knock-off Saturday Night Live” segments for years. Then in 2013, Kuhlmeyer’s mom…

Humans of the Hilltop: John Jost

Music and education are both universal aspects of humanity. John Jost, professor of music and director of choral activities at Bradley University, has taken these two aspects through his life up to his forthcoming retirement. Having been a part of Bradley since 1989, Jost will…

Humans of the Hilltop: Amy Scott

Amy Scott, associate professor and director of the Women’s and Gender Studies program, came to campus 12 years ago. Since then, Scott has had the chance to increase both her own involvement in activism events on campus as well as that of Bradley students. According…

Humans of the Hilltop: Rebekah Farr

To be, or not to be: a question many actors ask themselves while performing on stage. For Rebekah Farr, she decided ‘to be’ a theatre arts major here at Bradley University. Currently a senior, Farr has been heavily involved in theatre since her first year…

Humans of the Hilltop: Kyle Dzapo

The world of music is complex. It is one of intricacies and emotion, tangible prowess and abstract connection to something greater than the whole of us. Musicians are like mediums; they can connect with something that seems all but imperceptible to the rest of us,…

Humans of the Hilltop: Sophia Fishkin

Support systems are often a universal concept, but for some, they can mean finding strength and trust with some of the most interesting and lively people – like circus performers. When many of her peers were joining soccer teams or starting violin lessons, Sophia Fishkin,…

Humans of the Hilltop: Dunja Anrunovic

Most people have never been out of the country, nor have they been offered a Division I athletic scholarship before. For assistant professor of sports communication Dunja Antunovic, both of these accomplishments are her reality. Currently, in her third year teaching at Bradley, she specializes…

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