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Students seek answers at Speak Up

Student Senate hosted its annual Speak Up event Monday, allowing students to directly voice concerns to the administration, all while enjoying free food. All students were encouraged to attend the event held in the student center ballroom on March 11. It featured administration from a…

Miscalculated tax form requires updates

Bradley University Communications sent out an email on March 9 to all students and parents listed, notifying that the 2018 year’s Form 1098-T included a miscalculated field in box one. The Form 1098-T is a tuition statement that colleges and universities are required to provide…

Network issue affecting multiple Bradley systems

Bradley University experienced some major network connection issues started on Monday evening. Services affected include both Wi-Fi and wired internet connection and other Bradley systems that may require authentication. Services like Sakai, Bradley email system, Webster, MyBU, Interlibrary Loan System, and Student Activities Office systems…

Delayed deposits

College students are always looking for some extra cash. Turns out, you might be owed up to $100. Over 300 students who left the dorms during the 2016-17 school year did not receive their housing deposits back in a timely manner. Usually, fees are processed…

Local candidates debate on the hilltop

Peoria’s local election candidates paid a visit to Peplow Pavilion Wednesday night, each taking 60-second turns in the hot seat. The forum featured three different panels: at-large city council, Peoria Park District board president and Peoria Park District central district trustee candidates. Junior economics major…

Where are they now?

The First Destination Report recently published by the Smith Career Center outlined what last year’s graduates are doing after graduation, including if they are pursuing a higher degree or landing their first job. The report included data from 949 of 992 Bradley baccalaureate degree recipients…

What’s the best frozen pizza?

The last thing college students want to do is spend a lot of money going out to eat or a lot of time making their own meals. A great solution for students is frozen pizza. But what frozen pizza provides the best bang for your…

Human trafficking described as modern day slavery

Julietta Hua, author of “Trafficking Women’s Rights,” gave a speech about human trafficking and the 2011 Foxconn suicides this past Tuesday in Neumiller Lecture Hall. Fae Chubin, assistant professor of sociology, contacted the author after noticing campus interest in Hua’s book and asked her to…

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