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Campus group makes democracy matter at BU

Student creates organization to foster fair politics, encourage voting, offer internships Democracy Matters, a nonpartisan organization, emerged on campus a month ago, but the group’s president, Nicole Hanson, said students are already expressing interest. The organization’s goal is to “get big money out of politics,”…

Crime static off campus

Lisa Iaccino didn’t know she’d be in danger walking from the door of Crusen’s on Farmington Road to a friend waiting in the parking lot to pick her up. But when a man grabbed the small purse hanging from her wrist, pulled her towards his…

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…

Rainwater floods campus

For some students, the puddles created by the large amounts of rain pelting Central Illinois last weekend are inconvenient, but there is no immediate solution to keeping the puddles at bay. Sophomore psychology and administration of criminal justice major Becca Valladeres said she hates the…

More than half of Senate seats still empty

17 seats remain open, students can petition to represent buildings other than their own Student Senate’s first meeting was Monday, and no students petitioned to fill any of the 17 available seats. This is the highest number of unfilled seats Senate has seen in recent…

Lambda Chi to acquire charter

Lambda Chi Alpha has been a colony on campus for about a year, and the group is still growing as it approaches its date to receive a charter, Derek Hartmann said. The co-recruitment chairman for the colony said Lambda Chi got 10 new members in…

Despite student rumors, recycling exists on campus

There are 38 recycling bins on campus, but some students said they are unsure of the extent of Bradley’s recycling program. “I don’t think they recycle at all. I heard the recycling bins at Bradley are left over from when they used to recycle,” sophomore…

Army ROTC program set to return to Bradley soon

An Army ROTC program will return to Bradley after 30 years. The ROTC program, which means Reserve Officers’ Training Corps, was first started in the late 1970s and was around for nearly 10 years, Vice President for Student Affairs Alan Galsky said. Bradley was told…

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…

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