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Police Reports

At 4:24 p.m. Nov. 22, police were called after residents in the 800 block of Duryea Place witnessed two males asking students for money.   Police were called again when the two men entered the lobby of Wyckoff Hall.   Officers responded immediately and they…

Recent campus suicide may spark discussions about mental health

The director of wellness programs said she hopes students and faculty will be more open to conversations about suicide and mental health after the apparent campus suicide. “I think there’s just a stigma about mental health that keeps people from having these types of conversations,”…

Graduate finance program introduced

Finance students can now apply to the master’s of science in quantitative finance program and stay at Bradley to complete their graduate work. Professor of finance and quantitative methods Phillip Horvath is in charge of getting the new program up and running and said he…

Bradley ready to weather winter weather

Grounds Crew prepared with snowplows, salt spreaders to deal with this year’s snowfall on campus The first winter weather advisory for the Peoria area was issued this weekend, making some students’ journeys back to campus after Thanksgiving Break difficult. “At points I could not even…

Student Senate re-evaluates idea to put kitchens in dorms

The idea to build kitchens in the dorms came about a few years ago as part of a Student Senate resolution, but the executive director of Residential Living and Leadership said there are some issues with the idea. “Probably three or four years ago, a…

AIDS counselor spreads message of hope, prevention

Patrick McGee said there is an epidemic in our world, an epidemic that is completely preventable – AIDS. “We can wipe this disease off the face of the Earth,” the American Red Cross-certified AIDS counselor said. That was his message to a group of about…

Professors have varied opinions of uniform absence policy

Some professors oppose a university-wide policy outlining reasons for excused student absences The proposed absence policy has yet to be mentioned to some teachers. The policy would excuse students for reasons such as university-sanctioned activities, serious illnesses, religious observances and legal obligations. It was drafted…

Food service hours in Lydia’s Lounge may change

The option to eat late on weekend nights at Lydia’s Lounge is set to change, Student Body President Jordan Ticaric said. The current hours for anyone who has a late night appetite are Friday, Saturday and Sunday from 8 p.m. to midnight. Next semester, food…

Student center’s Blimpie will not return next semester

When students return from Winter Break for the spring semester, they can expect to see the trademark green and white Blimpie signs gone forever. The university has decided to stop paying the Blimpie commission fee and instead bring in a Food Service-run sandwich counter very…

CBS Hallmark movie about alum’s life to be shown on campus

Bradley will host a viewing party for the film “Front of the Class,” a movie depicting the life of Bradley alumnus Brad Cohen. The event will take place Sunday at 8 p.m. in Lydia’s Lounge. Before the showing, a pre-recorded welcome from Cohen will be…

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