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Staff training deadline comes and goes

Six weeks of winter break provided plenty of time for staff to complete their mandatory online training modules on sexual violence and discrimination, but some staff members still did not complete the training. The training modules that were launched in early November are mandatory for…

Police Reports: February 8, 2019

On Feb. 5, a female student notified BUPD after she noticed some change missing from her vehicle. There was no damage to the vehicle, but she said items in her car had been moved around. There are no suspects at this time. A fire alarm…

Aria Cramer’s final bow

As the last notes of the singer’s voice carried through the auditorium, Aria Cramer took her bow and the crowd burst into applause. Cramer is a senior music education major, and this was her farewell concert; four years of work distilled into an hour of…

Historian speaks about the Holocaust

Wednesday evening, University of Virginia historian Waitman Beorn gave a speech in the Michel Student Center ballroom to Bradley students, staff and the general public.  Beorn studies the Holocaust and Genocide, and his current project covers the Janowska concentration camp located in Lviv, Ukraine. He…

Spreading love on campus

If you’ve noticed more doors being held open for you or more compliments showered upon you, Bradley’s new initiative may be the cause. Stated as an initiative to “spread kindness on the Hilltop,” the Love Bradley digital campaign, launched Jan. 28, aims to foster a…

Smashing in the dorms

Spike, shield, smash attack.  The Bradley Esports committee is hosting a Super Smash Bros. League for each dorm as an initiative to grow the gaming community on campus. Students will be playing “Super Smash Bros. Ultimate.”  Griffin Kemp, a sophomore game design major and chairperson…

Brief: February 8, 2019

Galentine’s Day Sip ‘N Shop to offer weekend outing From 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Feb. 9, guests of Northwoods Mall can celebrate Galentine’s Day early through shopping, treats, mocktails, wine tasting, live music and massages. Local bookstore to host Galentine’s Day night Lit…

The art of relaxation

All too often, students fall into the same monotonous routine from week to week: attending classes Monday through Friday, going out on the weekends and napping all of Sunday. At a college this size, it’s astonishingly easy to get stuck in a pattern of living.…

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