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Five best art pieces in Peoria

As a Peoria native, people always ask me for recommendations on local places to eat and things to do. While many cities have downtown areas with great restaurants and small businesses, Peoria has a unique art culture that is not discussed enough. Here are The…

Five things all freshmen should know before coming to campus

Before coming to the Hilltop, I was a naive incoming freshman. As a Peoria local, I had a good grasp on the lay of the land, but campus culture is an entirely different beast. Here are a few things I wish I knew before starting…

Campus adjacent restaurants ranked

While the quality of food and service of Peoria restaurants is usually common knowledge on campus, the pandemic has prevented many rising sophomores from exploring local dining options. Incoming freshmen, too, are at a knowledge deficit when it comes to 309 cuisine. Have no fear,…

“M.O.D.O.K.” Review: Stop-motion + Marvel = Fine

Marvel and Hulu teamed up with the animation studio behind “Robot Chicken” to bring the big-headed supervillain M.O.D.O.K. and his world to life. Does it work? Sure. “M.O.D.O.K.” focuses on the titular cranially endowed yet emotionally hindered villain’s personal and professional lives as both crumble…

Top Five Biggest Mistakes Recorded on Zoom

With many Zoom lectures being recorded and the false sense of privacy that comes with attending class and working in one’s own home, many people have committed egregious errors while participating in virtual meetings. 1. Attorney stuck as a kitten in court. In February, lawyer…

Bid adieu to online classes: a fond farewell to Zoom University

The ongoing pandemic has brought both challenges and new experiences for everyone. For Bradley students, COVID-19 has eliminated social experiences, fostered burnout and transformed our classrooms from buildings and campus facilities to bedrooms and kitchen tables. However, given the country’s vaccination rates and the university’s…

HelloFresh: Is it worth the hype?

If you’re a college student with even the slightest social media presence, you’ve likely seen ads for a meal service company named HelloFresh. These ads promote a certain amount of free meals, ranging from seven to 14, and they capitalize on how convenient and delicious…

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