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Posts published in May 2013

Peoria celebrates congressman’s 90th

Three Bradley political legacies met at the Federal Courthouse in downtown Peoria April 26 to honor a very special birthday. Former United States Congressman and Republican House Minority Leader Bob Michel ’48 celebrated his 90th birthday with friends, family and the Peoria community. Among the…

Putting the Punk Back in Electronic

Before the vibrant sounds of Deadmau5, Bassnectar and Avicii, the electronic world seemed to take a back seat to most other genres of popular music. The grandfather of true electronic music lies in the hands of the infamous Daft Punk. Daft Punk is a French…

Editorial 5.3.13

There have been a lot of changes at Bradley this school year. Some were big and noticeable, while others subtly made their presence known. The year started with Westlake Hall’s opening. As one of the original buildings on campus, the new hall is larger than…

Fans delight at new ‘Bioshock’

At long last, after more than two years from its initial announcement, “BioShock Infinite” has finally been released. Most agree that it lived up to its high expectations, excelling in its storytelling and visuals while maintaining the fast-paced game play fans of the original “BioShock” games enjoyed. The new…

An Open Letter to President Zack Shaw

Dear Sir, I am astounded to hear of your involvement in the events that took place around 2 a.m. Saturday in the 1400 block of Fredonia Ave. Especially given that it is so soon into the start of your career as president of the student…

Computer sciences professor retires after 35 years

From entire rooms to laptop computers, computer sciences have changed course curriculums exponentially since James “Jim” Miller came to Bradley in 1978. The computer sciences and information systems professor said he saw everything change with computers in his time at Bradley. “I’ve been through it…

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