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Group aims to improve library

After continued low ratings in the Princeton Review, there is a new student committee charged with making changes at the Cullom-Davis Library. Marianna Divietro, a member of the Library Student Advisory Committee, said the committee has already outlined several goals it would like to accomplish.…

Bradley plants various flowers, hangs banners

Students may have noticed campus looking better this semester, with more flowers, shrubs and trees. The Department of Facilities Management, which is responsible for the maintenance of the university grounds, has been using more colorful flowers and different plants to beautify the campus, Facilities Management…

Fraternity member arrested after burglary

Pi Kappa Alpha fraternity is pressing charges against a member of another fraternity for a residential burglary that occurred early Tuesday morning. The suspect, a resident of the Delta Upsilon house at 1318 W. Fredonia Ave., was taken to Peoria County Jail after admitting to…

AT&T service won’t improve soon

Cell phone reception will not increase for AT&T users on campus anytime soon despite a Senate and Association of Residence Hall proposal, a university official said. Chuck Ruch, the Associate Provost for Information Resources and Technology, said he hoped AT&T would solve the problem but…

Historic clock tower gets upgrade

Officials have decided the clock tower on Westlake Hall needs a facelift. The clock, a gift from the first graduating class of horology at Bradley, has been a key sight for alumni and students. Bradley was once one of the most well-known schools for the…

Neighborhood relations ‘strained’

During the first week of school, Ben Johnson found pamphlets distributed by the Moss-Bradley Residential Association on cars parked along Institute Place and Barker Avenue. The pamphlet outlined appropriate conducts for students living in off-campus houses in the area, including the expected behaviors regarding parties,…

Senate budget increases, money to be put aside

The Student Senate budget has a larger chunk of change to work with this year than in years past. The budget increased from $5,400 last year to $7,500 this year, an increase of nearly 40 percent, Senate Treasurer Owen Irwin said. “By cutting Web site…

New snack bar premieres in Lydia’s Lounge

The smell of freshly grilled hamburgers and hot French fries wafted through the air, luring students from the University Hall lobby into Lydia’s Lounge last Friday night. Spotlights hung from the ceiling illuminating the stage in the far corner of the lounge. A band set…

Fall boasts fun, amusing activities for students in Peoria

Bradley’s campus has been set ablaze in the past few weeks. Fall is working its magic by bringing a little color to the trees and scenery around town, and Bradley is no exception. Students can be seen breaking out the sweatshirts while studying on Olin…

Campus diversity increases

Diversity at Bradley has been steadily increasing for the past four years, and this year’s numbers reflect that trend. Diversity on campus has increased this year by 8.87 percent, bringing last year’s number of 755 ethnically diverse students up to 822, which is 21 percent…

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