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Bradley welcomes new vice president for legal affairs

Each fall on the Hilltop, there are new faces. New students, professors, faculty, administrators and many more are at Bradley for their first semester. One new face is the vice president for legal affairs and general counsel Erin Kastberg.  Kastberg began working in the newly…

From the internship to the polls – campaigns bring opportunities to campus

As election season rolls around, so do opportunities for internships. This was the idea behind the Legislative Internship & Political Campaign Expo. “Many of these organizations will hire students to help them with their upcoming campaigns,” said Carmen Kremitzki, assistant director for the Smith Career…

New semester, new ID

  Lydia’s statue was not the only thing that got refurbished over the summer — so did the Bradley QuickCard and its system.  QuickCard is the official identification at Bradley University. This all-in-one card not only provides you access to buildings and classrooms. It also…

Markin implements new clothing policy

Next time students and faculty head to work out at the gym, they may have to re-think what they wear. As fliers were put up around Markin, Campus Recreation wants students to know they’re cracking down on the dress code.  “The policies were written when…

Brief: 2018-08-31

Air Force Mobility Brass to perform at Bradley The United States Air Force Band of Mid-America Mobility Brass Quintet will perform in Dingeldine Music Center on Sept. 5. Five distinctive instrumentalists will perform music from a variety of centuries and genres. The concert will begin…

Students start year off with service

First Monday at school? Hit the snooze? For some students, this extra time served as the perfect opportuni- ty to give back to and learn about the Peoria community. The Welcome Week Service Project, organized by the Lewis J. Berger Center for Student Leadership and…