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Bradley STEM education professor passes after battle with cancer

An arc of candles surrounds a closed door to office 231 in Westlake Hall of a Bradley faculty member described as a passionate and down-to-earth character. Here, the Bradley community and the education department mourns the death of Dr. Christina McDaniel. After a prior bout…

Bradley flips for COIN

Pop punk band COIN jammed out with colorful light and fog machines all over the stage on Sept. 4 at the Renaissance Coliseum at the annual Live! On Main concert hosted by ACBU. The event was one of the first big events hosted by ACBU…

Review: ‘Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings’ fights for better representation

Marvel’s latest theatrical venture, the martial arts-fuelled “Shang-Chi,” follows the titular hero as he stops hiding his true self. A large portion of the dialogue in Marvel’s first movie with an Asian lead and supporting cast is written in Mandarin. Though it’s subtitled for English-speaking…

Active Minds brings awareness to Suicide Prevention Week

With the shift to in-person classes, on top of pre-existing stressors for students (ex: homework, family issues, student debt), Bradley’s chapter of Active Minds is working to raise awareness for student mental health with several events throughout September, which is known as Suicide Awareness Month.…

Bradley professor Luke Haverhals honored as ‘Researcher to Know’

Bradley chemistry/biochemistry professor Luke Haverhals was included in the Illinois Science & Technology Coalition (ISTC)’s fourth annual list of “Researchers to Know”. Formally announced on Aug. 3 through a release by ISTC which was later redistributed by Bradley’s Office of Public Relations on Aug. 13,…

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