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Blimpies may bid BU bye

The distinct smell of Blimpies subs has long been a part of the Michel Student Center experience. However, soon the Blimpies at Bradley could be history. “I think they should replace Blimpies,” senior computer science major Mark Overholt said. “Of the few times I have…

Pre-Law center seeks director

The new Pre-Law Center still needs a director but is set to be completely up and running next fall. “There are a lot of pre-law advisers already involved, but a director would pull everything together,” Chairman of the Political Science Department Larry Aspin said. “Mock…

BU Health Center adds new counselor this year

Former St. Francis therapist specializes in treating eating disorders  The Health Center has a new counselor who specializes in treating eating disorders. Lisa Fix-Griffin has more than 20 years of experience of treating eating disorders and is the first counselor at Bradley to specialize in…

Former MTV correspondent to visit Bradley

Gideon Yago’s career as a correspondent for MTV News began when the network handed him a camera and told him to cover the 2000 presidential election. That year, Yago was one of six college students across the country who was asked by MTV to cover…

Women leaders give advice in forum

On Founder’s Day, Bradley hosted an inaugural forum celebrating women in leadership. The panel included women from around the state who occupy top positions in their respective fields. The forum began with a welcome from University President Joanne Glasser. “In the spirit of Lydia Moss…

Gossip site adds BU forum

A Web site based on the idea of freedom of speech has added Bradley to its forums, but some students said they think it goes beyond the First Amendment. JuicyCampus.com, a site where students can choose their universities and write anonymous posts on any topic,…

VP candidates face off in debate

With the nation watching, the two vice-presidential candidates squared off in their first and only debate last Thursday. “This debate was more intense than the first presidential debate,” political science professor Craig Curtis said. “Both candidates were tightly focused and on task.” All eyes were…

Students, alumni tailgate as part of Homecoming festivities

Wearing a white feather boa, University President Joanne Glasser stood on a stage clapping her hands and dancing. “Louder, louder!” she screamed, trying to excite students for the Homecoming soccer game. “They want to hear you in Shea Stadium. Coach [Jim] DeRose wants to hear…

Alumni donations to fun Alumni Center

Three alumni recently donated a total of $5 million to be used to finance a new alumni center. Alumni Jerry and Marilyn Hayden and alumnus Bob Clark and his wife Kathleen have donated $2.5 million each. University President Joanne Glasser said she hopes construction will…

Sunday meals see poor attendance

Freshman French major Katie Wolf said it looked awful. Junior civil engineering major Collier Liddell didn’t even know it existed. The “it” in question would be Sunday night Alumni Dining Room meals, which began last year as a means of providing an alternative dining option…

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