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Brave Pitch

Nine students waited in anticipation Wednesday night as they prepared one final time to present their ideas to a panel of judges. At the third annual Brave Pitch Competition, sponsored by the Turner Center for Entrepreneurship, students were given three minutes to impress panel of…

Ice covers campus, classes continue

A Monday night winter storm left campus sidewalks and roads covered in sheets of ice. Despite slick conditions, classes continued as normal. Early Tuesday morning, the Bradley University Twitter account posted, “Campus is open and classes are in session today (3/3/2015). Due to icy conditions…

Provost accepts new position as EIU president

Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs David Glassman announced today at a press conference in Charleston that he will leave his post at Bradley University to become the president of Eastern Illinois University, effective June 1. Glassman said at the EIU press conference this…

Cross-ed out: Bradley athletic director resigns

Michael Cross will resign his position of Director of Athletics following the women’s Missouri Valley Conference Basketball Tournament. Cross became Director of Athletics in January of 2010 after spending three years at Princeton University as the Acting Director of Athletics. During Cross’ 11 years on…

For good vibrations, go down(town)

When one thinks of a playground, there’s a certain scene that comes to mind: swings, slides and a copious amount of energy that only the young possess. Kids run the playgrounds, though, leaving us adults (a term loosely used to describe us college kids) no…

How To Have a Good Date in Peoria

The River City has all kinds of great and diverse locations to choose from for a nice dinner. If you want a smaller venue that serves specialty food, then Hofbrau is your place. This is one of few places in Peoria with authentic German food…

Taking BU home helps recruit students

Students having a hard time leaving the Hilltop home for winter break can take their Bradley experiences with them thanks to the Admissions Department’s program, Take Bradley Home for the Holidays. This program invites students to help recruitment efforts by sharing their personal Bradley stories…

Students paws to train dogs

With cold weather setting in, students have the opportunity to spend time with a warm companion by becoming involved with Wags for Mags, a program that trains service dogs. Students start their involvement by attending weekly training sessions at Markin Recreation Center. According to co-volunteer…

Fast-A-Thon seeks to end world hunger

On Sept. 26, the Muslim Student Association held its annual “Fast-A-Thon” event. The purpose of the event was to bring students together in celebration of fasting while raising awareness about world hunger and discussing the Islamic tradition of fasting. Fast-A-Thon is not new to Bradley,…

Senator proposes new college funds

Illinois State Senator and democratic State Treasurer candidate Mike Frerichs spoke in the Student Center on Tuesday about goals for his possible time in office. “I’m a certified public finance officer, and my focus on the Senate has been on financial issues,” Frerichs said. “I…

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