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80 employers and 840 students attend job fair

The negative effects of the economy were evident at Bradley’s Fall Job Fair on Thursday, but job-searching students and employee-searching companies remain optimistic. “Many companies were hesitant to attend,” said Jane Linnenburger, executive director of the Smith Career Center. “They were unsure that they would…

BU students struggle with MAP funding issues

It’s a dilemma just about every student can relate to paying tuition. And it’s a dilemma that might be a lot harder for about 25 percent of the student body next semester. In July, the state legislature passed a budget covering only half the year.…

Bradley to get H1N1 vaccines

Bradley has not had any reported cases of swine flu and with the recent approval of its vaccine, administrators are hoping campus will be able to avoid a brush with the virus. The federal government purchased 195 million doses of the vaccine, which are set…

The Format, Anathallo & Steel Train collaborate for a little fun

Fun: Something that provides mirth and amusement.  When we devoured Nate Ruess’ (former member of The Format) new band with our ears, we easily saw why Ruess decided to name his band fun.  For those of you not aware of the band, The Format ,…

Excellent supporting cast brings “The Pajama Game” to life

What makes a magnificent musical theatre production come to life?  For starters, it contains memorable characters that really immerse you into the fiction of what is happening in each scene.  Secondly, the story is both easy to understand, yet intriguing from scene to scene as…

Hip-hop godfather drops flawed new record

Jay-Z is probably your favorite rapper’s favorite rapper, and with his 11th No. 1 album, released Sept. 11, it’s obvious why.  “The Blueprint 3,” is the Brooklyn rapper’s most ambitious project, with ’70s samples and bass-synth dance tracks finding a home on the same record. …

President’s office hours

University President Joanne Glasser will host office hours from 5 to 7 p.m. Tuesday.

Soccer goes undefeated at home tournament

Last weekend the Braves hosted the Hotels at Grand Prairie Bradley Soccer Classic at Shea Stadium.    In the Braves’ first contest, they faced off against Western Michigan (0-4-0) in a physical contest. A total of five yellow cards were given out, all to Western…

Volleyball struggles at home against UTEP

The Bradley volleyball team struggled in its third week of competition dropping its home tournament last weekend and losing against Western Illinois on Tuesday. Last Friday, Bradley hosted the CEFCU Classic at the Markin Family Student Recreation Center. Junior Caitlin Staib had a strong first…

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