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Greek life implements sober monitor trainings

Greek life social events are getting stricter, as fraternities and sororities now require sober monitors to complete trainings. While students in Greek organizations have always had sober monitors at events, the trainings will assure that everyone’s on the same page, according to Kathleen Prout, assistant…

Suspect in custody eases safety concerns

A suspect is in custody following five robberies that occurred on or near campus in under two months, according to the Bradley University Police Department. The university announced the arrest by Peoria Police Department on Jan. 18, two days after the fifth incident but could…

Students denied state minimum wage

Many students are aware that Illinois increased its minimum wage to $9.25 per hour as of Jan. 1, but Bradley University is not required to pay its student employees the new state minimum wage. “The law states that student workers employed by a college or…

Walk the Moon will illuminate RenCo

Walk the Moon and Krewella will be taking the stage to entertain the campus community on April 4, as ACBU announced the performers for this year’s Recess at RenCo. Unlike last year’s Recess at RenCo that included Jesse McCartney, T-Pain and Andy Grammer, this year’s…

Beards make a historic donation to the sciences

More than 93 percent of Bradley students receive some kind of financial assistance, according to the Bradley website. Soon, some of that financial assistance may be coming from a substantial donation. This is thanks to recent donation of $1 million annually in perpetuity from the…

Police Reports: January 31, 2019

• A resident of the Pi Kappa Phi house entered the house through a window on New Year’s Eve and hosted a party without permission to the building. Officers arrived shortly after midnight and sent everyone home. • Officers responded to a call at the…

Briefs: January 31, 2020

Working on memory A memory workshop hosted by the Academic Success Center will take place this Monday from 6 to 7 p.m. in Westlake Hall room 14. The workshop will focus on tools and tips for students use to obtain a more effective memory when…

A boutique on the plus side

Curvology: the study of plus-sized women’s attire. “I felt defeated and unwanted and unloved and unnecessary,” said creator and owner of Curvology, Beth Fischer. This is what Fischer experienced after walking into boutiques and seeing no representation for plus- sized women. After about six months…

Leading the ladies

Before submitting her application to be on the Panhellenic Council, Alyssa Schmidts never even thought about running for president, let alone actually receiving the position. But, after some encouragement from her friends, she thought, “Why not try?” “I definitely felt like I was taking a…

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