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Police Reports: December 6, 2019

• Identical notes were found in bathrooms in Bradley Hall and the student center containing philosophical discussions and commenting on the recent security alert involving Olin Hall. The notes specifically stated they were not threats. • A female panhandler placed her bookbag on the trunk…

A pleasant time at Pleasant Hill

Though the nooks and crannies of the Pleasant Hill Antique Mall are packed with fascinating objects, owners Bob and Betty Johnson both agree that the most interesting thing in the place is a Johnson Log Cabin Coffee Bin from 1912. “They had a great name,…

Briefs: December 6, 2019

Run Santa run The 5k Santa Claus race will take place Dec. 14 at 8 a.m. in the Northwoods Mall. Registration includes a five-piece santa suit, collectible ornaments and award medals for the top runners. Tickets for suit sizes are $40 for children, $45 for…

Armed robbery at an off-campus residence

At approximately 7:26 p.m. on Tuesday, an armed robbery took place in an off-campus area in the 900 block of N. Cooper Street, near the intersection of West Laura Avenue. The Bradley University Police Department issued a safety alert just before 8 p.m and briefed…

Bradley by the numbers: Four takeaways from this year’s statistical profile

In late October, the university released its annual statistical report, providing more detailed breakdowns of its enrollment numbers. Retention rate slowly recovering After an extreme historical-low, undergraduate retention has increased slightly. Of the 1,090 freshmen enrolled last fall, 925 returned to campus for the fall…

Beyond saving the bees and butterflies

A seminar Friday discussed the native species in Illinois and the advancements made in the entomology field. Angella Moorehouse from the Illinois Nature Preserve Commission talked about her findings in the western Illinois area. Moorehouse is a Natural Areas Preservation Specialist with a concentration in…

Police Reports: Nov. 22, 2019

• A female employee reported smelling gas in the kitchen of Geisert Dining Hall at approximately 7 p.m. on Nov. 14. The smell was no longer present when checked with a gas meter, and gas could not be detected. • A driver struck another vehicle…

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