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Entrepreneur, Bradley grad and now a candidate for Peoria mayor: Andres Diaz is running with his community in mind

Andres Diaz describes himself as a big dreamer. Three weeks ago, he declared his candidacy for mayor of Peoria. In the first week, he said the campaign received over $1,000 in donations. “For a local guy with no endorsements from elected officials or anything else,…

Reynolds named president of DI-AAA ADA

Chris Reynolds, Bradley Vice President of Intercollegiate Athletics, already has a lot on his plate, but his list of positions outside of the halls of Renaissance Coliseum just got a bit longer.    On June 18, Reynolds was named president of the Division I-AAA Athletics…

Video games I’ve revisited while stuck at home

As the shelter-in-place order continues, I have been finding things to fill my time at home between work for online classes. Being stuck in isolation has given me the opportunity to revisit some of my long-lost favorite games, as well as finally get through new…

Every movie I’ve binged so far this break

Since COVID-19 has put everything on pause this spring break, my main source of enjoyment has been watching a movie with my sister every night. We’ve taken turns picking the film, and we have yet to watch something we didn’t enjoy.  Here’s our list starting…

Column: Good damage

When do you know to start taking medication for depression? It’s a hard question to answer, but I finally did a year ago. But when do you stop? Now that’s an elusive question, one that resource pamphlets in the psychiatrist’s office don’t tend to answer.…

A blast from the past

Many of us lament over the fact that the ‘90s are over, particularly the television shows we all grew up with. Who doesn’t wish shows like “Rugrats,” “The Wild Thornberrys” and “Hey Arnold!” were still around? In the very near future, those wishes will finally…

LaHood discusses bipartisan politics

Ray LaHood, politician and alumnus of Bradley University (‘71), spoke about bipartisan leadership and the current state of the nation’s government in a lecture Thursday at Hayden-Clark Alumni Center. “I think people that are in public service, and I include myself in this, are driven…

Benefit concert for campus colleague

Colleagues, friends and former students of Shirley Salazar gathered Sunday for a benefit concert to help cover her medical expenses. Salazar is an affiliate voice instructor at Bradley, the conductor of the Peoria Cooperative Academy Chorale and worship leader at Peoria Christian Fellowship Church. She…

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