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Humans of the Hilltop: Claire Etaugh

While many students fresh out of graduate school may see their first job as a stepping stone for the rest of their career, one professor at Bradley received her position soon after graduating and has remained at the university, earning her the title of longest…

Humans of the Hilltop: Kala Pierce

Not everyone enjoys going into work every day, and finding an interesting job can be just as tough, but tucked away in the Hayden-Clark Alumni center is a recent Bradley graduate working her dream job. After starting in May of 2013, Assistant Director for Alumni…

Humans of the Hilltop: Sara Netzley

Greeting visitors with a Lisa Frank calendar, a seagull plush and a plastic Wonder Woman figurine, Sara Netzley’s office brings a pop of color to the white halls of the Caterpillar Global Communications Center. But Netzley said she never imagined herself taking a full-time teaching…

Humans of the Hilltop: Robert Fuller

After 13 books and 39 years, Robert Fuller is still researching and teaching at Bradley University. But it’s not where he imagined his life would take him. When the Michigan-native started at Denison University in Ohio, he was planning on a career in the courtroom…

Humans of the Hilltop: Jocelyn Watkins

Not many employees have the opportunity to call their workplace home for 14 years and still manage to keep a smile on their faces when walking into the office each day. Jocelyn Watkins, Clery Act Coordinator at Bradley University Police Department, is one of the…

Humans of the Hilltop: Devin Murphy

College is a time of discovery and figuring out what the future holds, and this soul search can be much harder for some people than others. Assistant English Professor Devin Murphy is no exception. The Buffalo native was an undergraduate student at St. Bonaventure University,…

Humans of the Hilltop: Koch Bar

Koch Bar, a freshman international student from South Sudan, is mostly know as the towering 6-foot-11-inch center for the Bradley basketball team. But one thing people don’t know about Bar is that he is also an aspiring artist. “You never see a tall, 6-foot-11-inch guy…

Humans of the Hilltop: Emily Goldman

According to one student, the Bradley theatre community may be a small group, but it is definitely a lively one. For senior theatre arts major Emily Goldman, the theatre department has been her home since coming to Bradley. However, she said she has been invested…

Humans of the Hilltop: Linda Aylward

Bradley’s Special Collections Center contains a number of historical documents and artifacts. There are hours of video interviews of World War II veterans just waiting to be watched and a 400-year-old copy of Pope Clement VIII’s “Bishop’s Ceremonial” sits on the highest shelf near the…

Humans of the Hilltop: Charley Steiner

Not many alumni can say they have a college within their alma mater named after them, but Charley Steiner can.  Steiner is currently the play-by-play announcer for the Los Angeles Dodgers and graduated from Bradley in 1971.  The Charley Steiner School of Sports Communication, established…

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