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New plan helps students network with alumni

The Bradley Alumni Association plans to keep alumni actively involved with campus activities and connected with students after graduation. “The BUAA Student Engagement Plan is designed to engage current students with Bradley alumni throughout their years on campus,” Executive Director of Alumni Relations Lori Winters…

BU welcomes Homecoming

This year’s celebration, to begin Oct. 5, will be shorter than last year’s and will not feature parade Homecoming 2008: The Adventure Unfolds hopes to draw more student participation through an Indiana Jones theme and larger events, Homecoming Coordinator Kym Spooner said. Last year, events…

Health Center hours will change with move to Markin Center

Students who have had difficulty making appointments at the Health Center because it’s closed during lunchtime may soon find one of their problems cured. Medical Director of Health Services Dr. Jessica Higgs said the center will be open from 8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. and…

Hospitals adding video games to treatment

UNIVERSITY WIRE – Video games have made their way out of the family room and into the outpatient program of a Danville hospital. Following a growing national trend in injury treatment, Provena United Samaritans Medical Center recently integrated the Nintendo Wii, a game system encouraging…

Springboard to award $10,000 for student business plan

A $10,000 prize will be awarded to the grand-prize winner of this year’s Project Springboard Competition. “If I won $10,000, I would give some money back to my parents because they are paying for college,” freshman finance major Frank Murray said. Thanks to the Springboard…

Constitution Day held indoors despite rain

Students, faculty honor country, freedom with celebration, music and food Students and faculty came together Monday in the Michel Student Center ballroom to honor the Constitution. The sounds of “American Fanfare” accompanied the smell of hamburgers and hot dogs as Constitution Day got underway. A…

Movie made about BU alum

It’s not every day a Bradley alumnus’ name appears up in lights. But it’s not every day someone like Brad Cohen shows up on the scene. Cohen, a 1996 graduate of Bradley, is the basis for the newest Hallmark Hall of Fame made-for-TV movie. “Front…

Main parking deck open to commuters

The Main West parking deck opened the first day of classes, but commuters are the only students that can use it. The parking deck, located on Main Street next to Jobst Hall, adds 622 parking spaces to campus, Parking Director Charmin Hibberd said. “The new…

Site formats resumes

Resume preparation meets technology in the OptimalResume Program. OptimalResume provides students with an online software alternative to more traditional methods of resume creation. Rather than using templates or the freehand process, OptimalResume guides students through a step-by-step process. Associate Director of the Smith Career Center…

Fall recruitment retention increases

Three days of rain may have discouraged some men from attending recruitment last weekend, but by the end, about 180 men were placed in houses. “Most of recruitment takes place inside, but there is also a constant flow of people moving from chapter to chapter,…

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