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Blended 2.0 mixes it up

After the departure of Little Raven Creamery and its short-lived successor Little Raven Eatery in Campustown, a new restaurant has occupied the empty nest. Blended 2.0 opened its doors Friday and owner Amanda DeMaria said cake shakes and baked goods will remain an essential part…

City of Peoria shortens crosswalk wait-time by Campustown

Walking to and from Campustown and campus has been made easier thanks to the city of Peoria, which recently made changes to the stoplight at University street and West St. James street. Before the change, the light was set at a 150-second cycle during the…

Sporting gender equality

An associate professor spoke about gender inequality to a large crowd of students and faculty concerned about serious inequality in the worldwide realm of sports. Cheryl Cooky, an associate professor of american studies and women’s gender and sexuality studies at Purdue University, spoke in the…

Police Reports: September 27, 2019

• On Sept. 5, BUPD arrested a male for possession of a controlled substance. The male was allowed to retain his cell phone to call his girlfriend, but at some point his cell phone was lost. BUPD suspects this occurred while transferring the male to…

A new voice for the Speech Team

Andrew Eilola’s path in forensics speech began in high school when he attended speech camp. He was a 2011 national finalist in persuasive speaking while at Concordia College in Minnesota and coached at Moorhead High School. After competing and coaching teams against Bradley while he…

The other side of the cup: The story behind Zion Coffee Co.

The owners of Zion Coffee Co. in Peoria were guests on Wednesday as part of the National Retail Federation Student Association guest speaker series. Mike and Banu Hatfield shared the story of how they started Zion Coffee to a group of interested students. It began…

S.H.E. Speaks provides a new platform to discuss feminist experiences

This Wednesday’s meeting of Sisterhood for Humanistic Equality, or S.H.E. Speaks, began with a round of introductions. Then club president Kelly Hicks, whose light purple hair matched a T-shirt labeled “The New Lavender Menace,” guided the room through a colorful slideshow on the differing types…

The ‘where’ and ‘why’ of mental health at Bradley

On Wednesday night students engaged in a discussion revolving around the importance of supporting mental health in a college environment. Brooke Poling, a graduate assistant at the Smith Career Center, helmed the conversation with an hour-long presentation on the mental health resources available at Bradley,…

What do employers really want?

Bradley students spend countless hours preparing for the annual fall Job and Internship Fair, which occurred on Thursday, but what are the 207 employers at the fair even looking for? The answer is a combination of a lot of factors. Do employers think classroom performance…

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