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125 years of Bradley remembered

Bradley is celebrating Homecoming Week in its 125th year and has provided a home on the Hilltop for hundreds of thousands of students. The university has endured countless events, opportunities, struggles, and changes since its inception in 1897 as a school centered around watchmaking. In…

Greek Life hosts lip sync/dance battle competition for Homecoming Week

Students in Greek Life at Bradley hosted their very own lip sync and dance battle competition on Bradley’s campus this past week, in honor of Homecoming Week as well as Greek Week. Bradley’s NPHC sororities and IFC fraternities held the competition on Alumni Quad on…

Police Reports: September 30, 2022

At 5 p.m. on Sept. 23 at Geisert Hall, a student reported that their roommate had stolen their debit card and was making purchases on Sept. 19 without their permission. The suspect claimed that they were using their own card, but text messages that the…

Panhellenic Council spreads hazing awareness with ‘education night’ event

As this past week marked National Hazing Prevention Week for many American college campuses, Bradley’s Panhellenic Council organized a series of events for hazing awareness. A notable activity was a “film and education night” event that took place Sept. 21 in Neumiller Hall. The event…

Bradley presents the banned books of America

As Banned Books Week takes place across America, Bradley’s Cullom-Davis Library is celebrating books that have been banned or challenged for their content from Sept. 18 through Sept. 24. Organized by the American Library Association for libraries across the country, Banned Books Week is designed…

Police Reports: September 23, 2022

At 11:55 p.m. on Sept. 21 in the Delta Tau Delta parking lot, an unknown suspect entered an unsecured vehicle and attempted to remove the vehicle from the lot. Nothing was reported stolen, but the suspect left a bag of marijuana, a large rock, a…

Bradley’s car show races back to campus

Car enthusiasts and Bradley students gathered at Founder’s Circle to attend the Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE) Car Show, on Sept. 17. A wide variety of unique vehicles filled the circle, ranging from a 1956 Desoto Fireflite Sportsman and a 1985 Buick Riviera. “The idea…

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