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Amending the dissipating school spirit on Bradley’s campus

A solar eclipse shined over Peoria on Monday, bringing students together on the quads of Bradley’s campus to observe the rare phenomenon. Students joined in looking up at the afternoon sky, talking over the science with strangers and daring their friends to take a peek…

Destigmatizing mental health

As senior public relations majors prepare to present their capstone projects, a few students have drawn attention to the importance of mental health.  One group created the capstone Brighter Days for Bradley to shine a light on mental health stigma on Bradley’s campus. This is…

Student Senate needs to have a tangible impact

Students announced their campaigns for study body president and various positions in Bradley’s Student Senate this week, and the general sentiment is less than excited. For years now, there has been a pervasive belief that participation in Student Senate is akin to a popularity contest,…

Fundraising for student organizations

As students return to campus after spring break, several student organizations, fraternities and sororities are gearing up to fundraise for various causes.  From an organizer’s standpoint, it is important to keep in mind ways to increase excitement about raising money for a cause. While the…

Go out and see the world

As we venture into spring break, students have a variety of plans to enjoy the week off. Some are going home for much needed time with family and friends, some will tour new places and others will just relax on campus. For those that already…

Highlighting female-led organizations and celebrating women on Bradley’s campus

As we head into Women’s History Month, there are a variety of ways for women on Bradley’s campus to come together, celebrate each other’s achievements and offer personal and academic support to each other while sharing various interests. Clubs like Fighting Pretty, Her Campus, Women…

Commencement ceremony changes catch students off guard 

This year’s May Commencement ceremonies will all be held on campus in the Renaissance Coliseum, with ceremonies for the various colleges will be held at different times, revealed an email from university communications on Tuesday. Commencement ceremonies for the Foster College of Business, Caterpillar College…

Invest time in community service 

Being an active member of your community is an important part of life, especially in college. There are numerous opportunities to get involved, volunteer and serve others.  Bradley’s community service organization, SERVE, offers chances for students to volunteer throughout the year at different locations for…

Enjoying the Super Bowl as a non-football fan

With Super Bowl LVIII happening this weekend, people are gearing up to delight in the most-watched television event in America. Even if you’re not a die-hard football fan, there are still some ways to enjoy Sunday’s game. For the foodies, take advantage of the pre-game…

Capital grant projects will benefit campus

In an email to faculty last week, President Stephen Standifird announced that Bradley was awarded a capital grant of more than $14.8 million from the Illinois Board of Higher Education.  The grant money will be used to renovate laboratories and equipment in Olin Hall as…

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