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HOTH: A presidential problem-solver

Bradley President Stephen Standifird will likely be remembered as the president who took over during a pandemic; the president who guided administration through back-to-school procedures during his first month in office. “If I would have known what I’d be walking into before I agreed to…

Through the lens of Evan Temchin

While the campus may seem empty, Evan Temchin, the newly hired university photographer, is busy getting acquainted. Though the sidewalks once filled with bustling students and staff are empty, it is still Temchin’s responsibility to make certain the office of Marketing and Communications receive visual…

Leading the ladies

Before submitting her application to be on the Panhellenic Council, Alyssa Schmidts never even thought about running for president, let alone actually receiving the position. But, after some encouragement from her friends, she thought, “Why not try?” “I definitely felt like I was taking a…

The art of mathematical teaching

Tony Bedenikovic is impacting students one math problem at a time. “My favorite part is being in the classroom and talking about cool ideas, trying to explain them in an accessible way,” Bedenikovic said. “There are so many good interactions back and forth with the…

Building a better future

Her first international trip from Ghana to the United States was to come to Bradley University. Coming to a new country with no immediate family nearby can be quite challenging, but Eugenia Akurang, a sophomore civil engineering major, believes this is all the more frustrating…

Avellino’s final bow

A lot of hard work paid off for a Bradley performer. Jordan Avellino, a fifth-year vocal performance major from Downingtown, Pennsylvania, has been preparing for her senior recital since her junior year. She gave her last recital in the Dingeldine Music Center on Saturday. Avellino…

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