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One giant leap for black history

The S.S Robert Lawrence Jr. spacecraft was set to launch Sunday, as students and faculty gathered in Olin Hall to celebrate the legacy of a Bradley alumnus. Though the NASA mission was scratched, the event was a chance for the campus community to recognize Lawrence’s…

Peoria’s local meat-ery

A local company has been providing Peoria with meats for over 60 years. Alwan and Sons has been open since 1957 and the family business is still going strong today. Michelle Alwan, human resource manager, explained that the store’s origin began when her father immigrated…

Consulting group conducts university administration assessment

Bradley University has hired a third-party consulting agency to assess the workflow processes of administrative units throughout campus. The agency, Huron Consulting Group, evaluates organizational performance and provides an outline of prioritized recommendations. Since the beginning of this semester, Huron has been evaluating various administrative…

Getting fit the Bradley way

Although the weather in February does not usually condone taking a nice jog around campus, there are many other ways to stay fit in the winter months. To help out, Bradley University’s Get Fit, Stay Fit club held Fit Fair 2020 Friday on the Markin…

Writing as a community

Whether it’s poems, short stories, lyrics, or scripts, WritehouseInk is a campus organization dedicated to putting pen to paper. Writehouse Ink. is a resource and a community of writers who aims to create a safe space for its members. The organization itself is a resource…

Creating with artistic connections

The Michel Student Center hosted a chattering crowd of artists, musicians, and writers this Saturday for the annual Business of Art event. The event allows for creators to gather in one place to share ideas and make professional connections. This is the second time ArtsPartners…

Briefs: February 14, 2020

Engineering Day 2020 The Peoria Riverfront Museum will be hosting Engineering Day this Sunday from noon to 5 p.m. Engineering activities, planetarium shows and bridge contests will be held throughout the day. The event is free and open to the public. For more information, call…

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