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Senate recruitment methods may change

Students could see significant changes to how Student Senate senators are elected in 2010. Student Body President Kyle Malinowski said he hopes to implement a “Jump Start Program” as part of the senate reform he and the other blue ticket candidates promised during the election.…

New construction to be more energy efficient

Bradley has begun to build new buildings and renovate parts of the old ones to be much more energy efficient. A big part of this initiative is the renovation of Westlake Hall and the addition of the Hayden-Clark Alumni Center to the back of Bradley…

Tuition bills available online only beginning this summer

Starting with May term, the Controller’s Office will no longer send paper bills to students’ homes. All billing will be done electronically. Students should keep on eye on their B-mail accounts for invoices. “We would like students to check their Bradley e-mail accounts regularly, even…

Speech team places second at national tournament

The Bradley Speech Team had a big reputation to live up to at last week’s National Forensic Association National Championships, since Bradley claims the most national championships in collegiate history. The team came back from Springfield, Mo., this year with second place in the nation,…

Students recycle electronics

While moving out of dorm rooms or apartments in the next few weeks, the last thing on most students’ minds is dangerous chemicals. But, every year 50 million tons of e-waste is thrown out in Dumpsters and taken to landfills, according to greenpeace.org. These electronics…

BU greeks host Fredonia Flea Market for charity

Need to get rid of that practically new study desk by the end of the semester? Consider selling it – with the greeks. The Interfraternity Council and the Panhellenic Council will host the first-ever Fredonia Flea Market, an event where the Bradley community is invited…

New vice president working to raise funds for Bradley

Weeks after being installed as the vice president for advancement, Pat Vickerman is still waiting for the rest of the furniture to go in his office. “We’re still working on a furniture arrangement,” Vickerman said. “For now I am just working with what I have.”…

Earth Day Extravaganza raises eco-awareness

In honor of Earth Day, the Student Environmental Action Coalition, a group dedicated to improving Bradley’s recycling program and raising environmental awareness, hosted Earth Day Extravaganza last Friday afternoon on Olin Quad. “The Student Environmental Action Coalition, or SEAC, has an annual Earth Day concert,…

Students Relay for Life to fundraise for cancer

During this year’s Relay for Life, teams of students will take turns walking or running around a track to raise money for cancer research. The event begins at 6 p.m. tonight and will last until 6 a.m. Saturday in the Markin Family Student Recreation Center.…

Enrollment numbers low because of poor economy

The economy has affected the numbers of next year’s freshmen class, but administrators remain optimistic about the class of 2013. The number of high school seniors who’ve made tuition deposits is lower than usual, and Vice President for Student Affairs Alan Galsky said this is…

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