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10 hidden gems in Peoria

When living in Peoria, it can become all too easy to exclusively solicit the same widely known businesses within the “Bradley Bubble.” Instead of falling back into routine when school starts this autumn, try visiting a few of Peoria’s hidden gems listed below. 1. Ribbon…

Summer briefs

Community-based food system plan for Peoria Local Foods, Local Places (LFLP) is a federal initiative to aid neighborhoods in developing a local food economy. Peoria is one of 15 communities chosen to participate in the program. LFLP held a workshop on May 22 and 23…

Nursing course emphasizes teaching

As the school year comes to a close, some students have to turn in their final papers, projects and presentations. But for students in the Women and Health course, they had to do all of the above at the Women and Health fair, inviting the…

Stars rise at Bradley Idol

A crowd of 190 Bradley students piled into the Renaissance Coliseum on April 26 for the second Bradley Idol competition, hosted by ACBU. ACBU has been working on Bradley Idol for a few months, led by Special Event Coordinators sophomore marketing major Abby Peterson and…

Long-time assistant provost retires

Assistant provost Linda Pizzuti has dedicated 25 years to the university implementing, coordinating and organizing the activity of the provost, starting from former provost Cal Goldberg to current provost Walter Zakahi. Now, she’s ready for the three R’s: relax, rejuvenate and retire. “My decision to…

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