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Music downloaders caught

Cathy Goldufsky said she had been using Limewire for about three months before she received an e-mail that surprised her. The sophomore family and consumer sciences major received the same e-mail as many other students, one that warned them they were infringing on copyright laws…

BU professors’ tenure rate high

Last semester, Claire Johnson had a problem with a professor. And she said there was nothing she could do about it. “I had a professor that was tenured, and it was very obvious who his favorites were and who wasn’t, and he would grade according…

Panhandling may rise with faltering economy

Higher unemployment rates are only one of many symptoms of a faltering economy. Crimes ranging from panhandling to armed robbery often increase when there’s a recession, especially among those who have criminal records, according to a recent NPR article. University Police Chief Dave Baer said…

Students switch genders for AIDS awareness

Alpha Psi Omega, Bradley’s honorary theatre fraternity, will host its annual Drag Show on Saturday to raise money for Central Illinois Friends and Family of People Living With AIDS. The drag show has been Alpha Psi Omega’s largest philanthropic event, raising several thousand dollars for…

Committees search for new VPs, VP position for enrollment created

The president’s cabinet will soon have three new members, thanks to the arrival of new vice presidents on campus. Vice presidents of enrollment management, marketing on campus and advancement are in the process of being added to the faculty. Vice President for Student Affairs Alan…

Day spa may be added to Markin Center

The addition of massages to the Markin Family Student Recreation Center is a possibility, Director of Campus Recreation Mike Keup said. “Through the Health Center, physical therapy students are able to perform chair massages, although they are not certified yet,” he said. The idea for…

New committee may change roommate survey

The Association of Residence Halls is teaming up with the Student Activities Office to form a committee of students to review the roommate survey.  Last year at Speak Up! a student voiced concern about the survey, which is used to pair roommates based on compatibility…

Van Auken to face opposition in second district election

Candidate Curphy Smith, who will run for a city council position, is looking for Bradley student support Second district City Council candidate Curphy Smith spoke to Student Senate on Monday. “There is a significant communication barrier between students and neighborhood organizations and that has created…

Pre-law Center to move into old Health Center in Heitz Hall

Heitz Hall will be the new home of the Pre-law Center, taking over the space previously occupied by the Health Center. Last semester, the Health Center moved to the Markin Family Student Recreation Center. Heitz is undergoing construction, and the Dean of the College of…

New health ID cards will contain important student information

Health Center identification cards are now available to hold students’ personal health information. Students can pick up the cards from their resident advisers, greek houses or from Health Services in the Markin Family Student Recreation Center.  The cards are designed to better communication between local…

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