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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Bradley’s Special Collections Center contains a number of historical documents and artifacts.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…

Humans of the Hilltop: Brooke Golden

One Bradley student is breaking the mold of bodybuilding by not only being a student who participates in competitions, but also by being female. Bradley senior Brooke Golden said bodybuilding, which is usually a male-dominated industry, has been a part of her life for about…

Humans of the Hilltop: Brian O’Donnell

  Despite growing up in the Midwest, living in Los Angeles has always been inevitable for 2016 Bradley graduate and “Contagion” actor Brian O’Donnell. During his junior year of high school, O’Donnell’s acting agent in Chicago booked his first big audition. Although he has always…

Humans of the Hilltop: Steve Warner

Adjunct theatre instructor and Bradley graduate Steve Warner has been providing students of all backgrounds with different perspectives on film since coming to Bradley in 2007. “[The job] was actually offered to a buddy of mine,” Warner said. “He had ended up getting an advertising…

Humans of the Hilltop: Evelyn Wilkerson

If you’ve ever been to Center Court you’ve probably seen Evelyn Wilkerson manning the cash register, but what you might not know is she’s crisscrossed this country many times over. “I was born here in Peoria but lived all over; Texas, North Carolina, California and…

Humans of the Hilltop: Brian Joschko

Like many students, Chief of the Bradley University Police Department Brian Joschko changed his undergraduate major several times before deciding on the one he felt fit. Joschko completed his undergraduate studies at Marquette University, starting in electrical engineering, switching to civil engineering, thinking about accounting…

Humans of the Hilltop: Kai Heckerman

Many people find it tough adjusting to a new lifestyle, especially transitioning to college. Freshman soccer player Kai Heckerman has packed up and moved to an unfamiliar destination not once in his life, but twice. Heckerman, who is undecided in his major, was born in…

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