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Column: Blessed to be a big sister

If there’s anything I’ve learned from having younger siblings, it’s that you’re never supposed to turn your back on little kids. Ever. Many years ago, I woke up one morning, looked in the mirror and discovered in disbelief that my sister had cut off several…

“Women in Music” series kicks off

The first in the “Women in Music” series of concerts, created by alumnus Jerry Kolb to honor his mother, former Bradley professor Doris K. Kolb, was held at Bradley’s Dingledine Music Center on Sept. 9. The concert hosted two folk-pop bands — The Crane Wives…

Arabic: An under-the-radar gem of Bradley’s language courses

Bradley’s Department of World Languages and Cultures offers extensive learning through academic studies and hands-on application. While the department is largely centered around Spanish and French, which are currently offered in majors and minors, other languages are offered as well. One such language is Arabic,…

Police Reports: September 16, 2022

On Sept. 8, a sexual assault at an on-campus Bradley-owned residence dated Aug. 28 was reported. BUPD has interviewed witnesses and placed a video statement into evidence in relation to the report.   On Sept. 11, a student in Wyckoff Hall accepted a friend request…

Inside ACBU’s concert selection process

With the annual Live! On Main concert coming Saturday Sept. 10, student reactions to 2000s pop-punk band We The Kings as the headliner have ranged from confusion to downright hatred towards ACBU.  ACBU vice president and senior biology major Abbey McComb sat down with The…

Health science class invites clinical lab scientists for guest speaker event

This past Wednesday, Bradley professor Valerie Bennett’s section of KHS 110 (“Introduction to Health Science”) invited Anna Weisbruch and Kaitlyn Carpentier from OSF HealthCare Saint Francis Medical Center to give a presentation on their experiences working in the field of clinical lab science. Wednesday’s event…

Police Reports: September 9, 2022

At 7 p.m. on Sept. 5, a vehicle was reported stolen from a parking lot near W. Main Street. The vehicle was initially reported stolen in the afternoon, but East Peoria Police had run the vehicle’s license plate earlier in the morning. BUPD reached out…

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