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Treuer teaches Native history

Last week, young children throughout America glued colored construction paper into “feather headdresses” for Thanksgiving day celebrations. Following this season based upon myths, Bradley students had the opportunity to learn more about Native Americans. Anton Treuer is a professor of Ojibwe at Bemidji State University,…

SABRC allocates spring funding

As student organizations are starting to prepare for their spring events, the Student Activities Budget Review Committee has recently released funding decisions for this coming semester. There were 64 spring funding requests submitted by 40 student organizations. SABRC allocated total $94,125.42 of $109,971 available for…

University closes down for snow

Bradley University canceled classes and closed down for the first time since 2015 on Monday, as an early season snow storm welcomed students back from Thanksgiving break with approximately five inches of snow. Surrounding areas like Galesburg and Altona experienced about a foot, according to…

Bradley alum sings Broadway

Not everyone has heard about Bradley University. But some alumni are out there changing that, and sometimes they return to say thank you. Eric Petersen, a Broadway singer, graduated from Bradley in 2003. He was a theater arts major, with an extraordinary career at Bradley,…

Briefs: 2018-11-30

BUPD keeps houses safe during break Students living in the Bradley off-campus community can register their residence with the Vacant House Watch Program so that the Bradley University Police Department will monitor their homes during winter break. Call 309-677-2000 before leaving for break to complete…

Bradley recycles technology

Bradley University has a program to help obtain university-owned electronics for reuse. The Technology HelpDesk and Computing Services is recycling electronics around campus, picking them up at various drop-off zones. The university only recycles its own equipment and does not recycle students’ personal electronic items.…

Major sports issues discussed at symposium

Bradley’s department of communication hosted the fourth annual Charley Steiner Symposium Thursday, which featured five different panels concerning the sports industry. Bradley alum Charley Steiner started the symposium after the sports communication school was named after him four years ago. There were four panels throughout…

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