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Brief: Bradley students host day of health

As their capstone project, four senior public relations majors are hosting an event from 10 a.m. until 1 p.m. at Soulside Healing Arts, located at SW Adams Street. The event offers free blood glucose and glaucoma testing, various types of quiche and live music, as…

Group counseling offers getting better together

Group counseling has been around for the past two years at Bradley and offers the opportunity for students to tackle their issues together. According to director of counseling services Deborah Montgomery-Coon, the group sessions are considered more effective compared to one-on-one counseling sessions in many…

Serving technology

Whenever you have a technology issue, whether it is trouble connecting to the network, a password reset or a specific device issue, the Service Desk is a resource on campus to go for any technology related questions. “We have students’ best interest at heart,” Service…

From the Hilltop to Prague

Not many people can say that they have traveled to 15 countries, let alone that they have visited all of them in the span of nine months. Bradley alumnus Chris Vergatos has done just that and more while teaching English to fifth through ninth grade…

Comfort made cruelty-free

Think of all the comfort food you grew up loving – bacon, pizza, cinnamon rolls and cupcakes. Now, make them vegan. That is what Riley Greenwood, co-owner of Riley’s Vegan Sweets and Eats, strives to do with her business. Within the last couple years, what…

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