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Mold grows in houses, sprouts student concerns

When Erin Krubeck moved into her off-campus house last year, she was surprised to find something already living there. “We noticed some strange, damp smells so we went to the basement to see where the air was circulating from,” the senior marketing major said. “This…

Sidewalk renovations make way for future construction

Bradley Grounds Crew is paving the way for a safer sidewalk system on campus. Sidewalk renovations have begun on problem spots in front of Westlake Hall and near Bradley Hall in response to damage caused during the recent clock tower renovation. “In order to reach…

Ticaric: Bookstore hours need change

Students may soon be able to shop in the bookstore on weekends. Student Body President Jordan Ticaric said she has been pushing for an increase in the bookstore hours. Ticaric said she began to push the change after going to a conference in California. “The…

Students protest decision to ban gay marriage

UWIRE – Students gathered outside the Library Quad today to protest Proposition 8, the statewide ballot measure banning gay marriage in California which passed Tuesday night. Ashley Johnson, senior history major, said she opposed the measure since she is secure with her own marriage and…

Greeks reach out in weeklong event

Campus is going greek this week. Bradley’s annual Greek Week activities took place this week and will wrap up this weekend. Greek Week serves as an opportunity for the greek community to work together. Although it is called Greek Week, the events are open to…

Police Reports

At 10:07 p.m. Sunday, officers responded to the 1100 block of College Street in reference to a vehicular burglary. The victim told police she parked her car at 9:11 p.m. and returned an hour later to find her car had been entered and several items,…

Students share mixed reactions to Obama’s presidential victory

Josh Cox sat in front of his TV on Tuesday night eagerly anticipating the outcome of the history-making election. “They called Pennsylvania for [Sen. Barack Obama] and I knew then that it was going to be tough to beat him because McCain basically put all…

Youth vote had large factor in election

Indiana hasn’t gone blue since 1964. But on Tuesday night, the state garnered just enough democratic votes to edge out a victory for Sen. Barack Obama. And the youth vote played a pivotal role in his win. Sixty-three percent of young voters in Indiana voted…

Bradley joins with community to reduce alcohol misuse

The Peoria Community Coalition had its first meeting this week and is beginning its work to educate, communicate and provide guidance for Peorians about alcohol consumption. The 12-member coalition is a part of the Comprehensive Alcohol Action Plan but it is not just directed toward…

A-tasting we will go!

Inside a Peoria whiskey tasting Next time you’re planning a night out, consider hitting up a museum dedicated to the memory of civil war veterans. GAR Hall hosted “The History and Craft of Whiskey” Saturday night and while the building may not top anyone under…

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