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Campus gets a new look

The new school year has brought many changes to Bradley. Some changes have been routine, while others were made possible by the Glasser Endowed Tradition and Spirit Award, which was created to recognize opportunities to develop campus traditions and invigorate school spirit. 1. Mural put…

New time to eat: Dining services changes operating hours

Many returning students might have noticed dining options on campus have adjusted their hours this school year. Bradley’s dining services are operated by Aramark. Gayle Hanson, Aramark’s general manager at Bradley, explained the changes are an effort to optimize the resources and ultimately offer more…

The Chorale creates a chorus on the quad

Students, staff and community members formed a circle of free-flowing rhythm on Olin Quad Sunday evening. Together, they played in a drum circle to help raise money for the Bradley Chorale’s upcoming trip to the Prague Festival. The festival will take place between July 6th…

Police Reports: September 13, 2019

• At 11:30 a.m. on Sept. 4, a male construction worker reported to BUPD that another construction worker had punched him after he moved some wire in the Main Street construction zone. The male declined to press charges. • At approximately 4:30 p.m. Sept. 4,…

Briefs: September 13, 2019

Internship advice from former engineers Students who completed a co-op or internship with Ameren Illinois, Milwaukee Tool, Morton Buildings Inc., NASA and many other organizations and businesses will be holding a panel discussion on how they prepared and researched at job fairs. The event will…

The Healthy Hive is all the buzz

A Peoria businesswoman knows all about expanding her work through social media, and she’s hoping it’ll help change the way people look at nutrition. Amanda Deavila is the founder of The Healthy Hive in Peoria. It’s currently a mobile business, specializing in nutrition-packed shakes and…

First generations come together

Three years ago, Bradley University started recording data on how many of their students were first generation college students and found that 20 to 30 percent of the incoming classes identified as first generation. This led to the creation of an event called “First Generation…

Guest pianist performs at Dingeldine

When the lights dimmed at Dingeldine Music Center, a woman in a blue dress walked to the large piano center stage. Once her hands touched the keys, the audience became quiet, as some closed their eyes and listened to the variations of sound. Slane College…

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