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Vacancy in Student Senate

Student Senate sent an email to all students on Wednesday, announcing a vacancy in an executive cabinet position. Eduardo Tapia, who previously was the chair of campus safety and community relations in Student Senate, stepped down from the position as he is taking a medical…

Grounds crew recognized for hard work

Everyone that walks around campus notices the beautiful flowers, clean sidewalks and mowed lawns. However, the grounds department that makes it all happen rarely receives the recognition they deserve. Bradley was awarded the Orchid Maintenance Award in late September for their hard work. “We have…

Peoria gallery becomes weekend spot

Owned and operated by Peoria native Barbara Millacio, Exhibit A Gallery is located in the heart of the Peoria Heights shopping district. The gallery features all kinds of artwork ranging from hand-blown glass to paintings in contemporary and traditional styles. Mediums include pastel, photography, glass,…

Briefs: 2018-11-16

Thanksgiving farmers market opens along Peoria riverfront Popular vendors from the summer riverfront farmers market and more are making a weekend comeback for the Thanksgiving Market from 9 a.m. until 1 p.m. on Nov. 17 on the 200 block of Water Street. East Peoria’s Parade…

From whim to Hollywood

Sometimes taking a chance can lead to an important discovery. Rachel Borland, senior television arts major, found this out firsthand. Borland originally planned to attend culinary school, but came to the conclusion that cooking was more of a hobby than a career choice for her.…

Smoky Burgers n’ Frites Review

Smoky Burgers n’ Frites is located in Campustown and features a menu of burgers, wings, frites (french fries) among other foods. Three staffers trekked over to the small restaurant on Tuesday night to give it a try. For the students that don’t have much in…

The Body Project shows ‘To the Bone’

Presented by The Body Project, Netflix film “To the Bone” hit the big screen at Bradley on Wednesday night. The film follows Ellen (Lily Collins), a young college drop-out struggling with the eating disorder anorexia nervosa. Ellen changes her name to Eli and rides the…

Lock it up or lose it

The Bradley University Police Department has begun undertaking extra measures to ensure people’s vehicles and bicycles are safe from theft. It is a new campaign called “Lock it up, make it safe and take it with you.” The three-step program educates students and others on…

Honor Society donates snacks

Bradley’s chapter of Kappa Omicron Nu (KONu), the national honor society for the human sciences, hosted a care packaging event Monday afternoon in Markin’s basement. Volunteers prepared “WEkend CARE” packages, comprised of snacks and encouraging notes. Pleasant Hill Elementary will receive 240 kits, Norwood Primary…

AMA gives back

It’s giving season and Bradley’s American Marketing Association (AMA) is kicking it off with their annual toy drive. Students and staff are encouraged to place books, toys and new clothes inside of the boxes around campus to be donated to the Children’s Home of Peoria.…

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