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Postsecret founder reveals blog’s secrets

One had gay sex at church camp. One feels guilty about not fitting into a stereotype. One prayed for the first time. These people have one thing in common – they mailed their secrets into Postsecret, an ongoing community art project where people anonymously mail…

Bradley afloat despite faltering economy

America’s struggling economy is taking its toll on universities and students as they are feeling the effects of current economic conditions. Despite the financial hardships many students face, Vice President for Business Affairs Gary Anna said he is confident Bradley can maintain high academic standards…

Alcohol Plan may be successful at BU

Lower BACs, fewer tickets are signs the plan is cutting down on underage drinking Students blowing lower blood alcohol contents on Breathalyzer tests is a sign that the Comprehensive Alcohol Action Plan is working, Alan Galsky said. The Vice President for Student Affairs said along…

An ‘outpouring’ of support

Devastated school receives $1,800 worth of donations from students and faculty One classroom had feces smeared on its chalkboards. In another, cabinets were turned over and broken and books were destroyed. In another, children were left without a carpet to sit on. On Oct. 26,…

Non-profit leadership class offered

The Department of Educational Leadership and Human Development will offer a course on leadership in non-profit organizations, next semester. It will be part of ELH 381, Seminar in Leadership, which has offered students a variety of one- to two-credit hour courses – of which multiple…

Police reports

At 5:57 a.m. Saturday, officers were dispatched to Methodist Medical Center to speak to a student who had been struck at a party in the 1300 block of Fredonia Avenue.   The victim told police a resident of the house asked an unknown male to…

Police Reports

While on patrol Nov. 5, an officer saw the front door of a house in the 700 block of Duryea Place propped open. The officer entered the house to ensure the residence wasn’t being burglarized. Inside the house, the officer saw several different street signs…

BUDM reaches fundraising goal

Students raised more than $30,000 for the Children’s Hospital of Illinois during this year’s Dance Marathon, Sara Bernardi said. “It was very exciting, because we broke our goal of raising $300,000 in 8 years, which is how long the marathon has been at Bradley,” the…

Author explores Islamic religion in lecture

A University of Chicago professor captivated a full audience in Neumiller Lecture Hall as he addressed issues of religion, violence and their potential consequences in the world. “Religion fosters a sense of community, a sense of purpose in people’s lives and can motivate people to…

Sunday dinners may disappear

Sunday night dinners have been poorly attended this semester and may or not may not continue. Attendance has dropped from more than 300 students attending last spring to around 140, Director of Food Services Ron Gibson said. The dinner runs from 5 to 8 p.m.…

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