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Long-time assistant provost retires

Assistant provost Linda Pizzuti has dedicated 25 years to the university implementing, coordinating and organizing the activity of the provost, starting from former provost Cal Goldberg to current provost Walter Zakahi. Now, she’s ready for the three R’s: relax, rejuvenate and retire. “My decision to…

Honoring those that protect and serve

Day in and day out, the Bradley University Police Department is charged with keeping the campus safe. Eleven officers and 10 students were acknowledged for their part in preserving the safety of Bradley’s campus at the BUPD Awards ceremony Tuesday. Jeff Hensley received the Officer…

FUSE showcases student projects

How often do you get to guide a pepper-eating mutant chicken hero, shoot pizza toppings from a gun or design a planet? FUSE, the interactive media department’s annual portfolio show, which took place on April 27, offered all that and more. The event allowed the…

Top stories of the year

Lydia falls In June of 2018, a minivan struck and knocked over the statue of Bradley foundress Lydia Moss Bradley in what was later declared as a traffic accident. The statue underwent repairs over the summer and returned to the Founder’s Circle on Aug. 16…

Police Reports: May 3, 2019

A male student was found unconscious in a Harper Hall bathroom stall with his pants and underwear around his ankles on the evening of April 26. The student said he had consumed too much alcohol. He was evaluated by an AMT and signed a refusal…

Hip-Hop Night Preview

Hip-hop on over to the Markin Performance Court this Sunday at 8 p.m. for Performing Art Plug’s first event as a Bradley organization. Hip-Hop Night will involve an artist showcase with talent from Bradley students. Artist performances will include Ty Loveland, Calvin Rodgers, Ishmael Rashaun,…

Brief: A man’s world

A workshop entitled “It’s a Man’s World: An interactive workshop on gender and leadership” will explore gender stereotypes and how they affect the workplace and people in leadership. The event will take place May 7 at 3 p.m. in the executive suite in the student…

Brief: Shaping behavior

A lecture titled “Auspicious Behavior” by Chakaia Booker showcases 19 one-of-a-kind prints, three wall sculptures and one freestanding sculpture by Booker. The reception and lecture will be held from 5 to 6 p.m. at the Horowitz Auditorium in the Caterpillar Global Communications Center.

Hilltop Films showcase student talent

Future filmmakers and movie enthusiasts alike ventured to Hilltop Showcase, an event hosted by Hilltop Films where they featured the film they have been working on over the semester. The event took place in the executive suite of the student center basement, where the films…

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