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11 students vie for student body officer positions

Tee Johnson Running for: President Year and major: Junior criminal justice and sociology Johnson said she thinks students have lost their voice at Bradley. She believes students’ voices have become that of the administration, and she is running on the platform of unity and integration.…

Tuition deposits down for incoming class

A combination of adjusted techniques and preparation has put Bradley in a position to exceed its recruitment goals for next year – if this was a normal economy. “We’re up in spring visits which is a very high-yielding group,” Vice President of Student Affairs Alan…

Commission aims to reform Illinois government

Group meets on campus to discuss cleaning up Springfield Theatrical, shameful and disgraceful were some of the words used to describe Illinois politics at the latest meeting of the Illinois Reform Commission. The fifth meeting of the commission took place Monday in the Hartmann Center.…

Cafe to be added to library next fall

Next semester there will be a cafe added to the Cullom-Davis Library, as a part of a five-year plan to renovate the library. “We wanted to look at the things that we could implement first based on the cost and time it could be accomplished,”…

Schock to address seniors

U.S. Rep Aaron Schock is adding another item to his resume as the youngest keynote speaker at a Bradley graduation in the past 30 years, and likely the youngest ever. “Hopefully I’ll add a different flavor to the … list of speakers in that obviously…

No spring concert for BU

The Activities Council announced it won’t host a spring concert this year. “There were really no bands touring that ACBU wanted,” Director of Student Activities Michelle Whited said. “We wanted to save the money [students spent this semester] and put more money into next semester.”…

Group’s events teaches about clean politics in Illinois

The term “clean election” isn’t as prevalent as it should be these days. In fact, many students don’t know what it really means.  This is where Democracy Matters comes in.  Democracy Matters is a nationwide campus-based project that aims to teach students about the importance…

Student activities to get new assistant director

The director of student activities will soon have a new assistant. A search committee has been created to fill the position, which requires a master’s degree and is expected to be filled by June 1. Executive Director for Student Involvement Greg Killoran said the search…

Alumni join teams for breast cancer in support of Glasser

University President Joanne Glasser recently finished her breast cancer treatment and alumni are rallying support for a Team Bradley in this year’s Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure. This race’s proceeds benefit breast cancer research, and it is the largest series of 5K run/walks…

Transfer programs to experience changes for fall

Bradley’s transfer student program will be undergoing a few changes in the next year. “Currently we have an orientation that takes place during Welcome Week that’s geared to explain resources and services on campus,” said Joyce Shotick, the executive director of student development and health…

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