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Pizza and politics: Student democrats co-host debate watch party

The third democratic debate was broadcast Tuesday night and the Bradley University College Democrats took it as an opportunity to connect with other Peoria-area democrats over slices of pizza. The Bradley University College Democrats have hosted on-campus watch parties in the past, but decided to…

Amateur drawer to book illustrator

There are countless paths at Bradley one can take to further their passions, and sophomore Keelan Rodgers recently found an opportunity to advance his art career in an unlikely place: an assignment from his COM 103 instructor. An animation major with a passion for drawing,…

A fresh new T-shirt company

Two men with a passion for establishing a different type of T-shirt company is helping those in need as well as those in style. Unique Tees is owned and operated by A. H. Elijah and Adam Little. “We both came together in June of this…

Briefs: Oct. 18, 2019

Cybersecurity panel provides awareness In Westlake Hall 116, Bradley’s Center for Cybersecurity is hosting a Cybersecurity day to spread awareness on protection from hackers. The event will include a panel of expert speakers including former FBI special agent, a former Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense…

Robison Lecturer takes on Hollywood myths

Bradley University’s annual Robison Lecture took place on Oct. 8 on campus. The guest speaker this year was journalist and critic Maureen Ryan. Ryan’s work has been featured in numerous entertainment publications, and she has been a television critic at Variety, the Washington Post, and…

Escalating awareness of abusive relationships

On Oct. 9, Student Support Services presented a film, based on true events called “Escalation,” with the intention of bringing increased awareness of abusive relationships to Bradley. Emily Panich, an outreach counselor for Bradley University, thought it would be beneficial to bring the film to…

Guiding future public service workers out of debt

On Oct. 9, representatives of Horace Mann Educators Corporation, Rob Curtis and Bradley alumnus Joe Chovan, came to Bradley to explain that school loans don’t have to be daunting, especially for mentors. The corporation is a company helping teachers and public service workers earn loan…

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