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Guidelines for going greek

It’s coming next weekend: fraternity and sorority recruitment. When I was a freshman going through recruitment I wish somebody would have warned me about what to expect. Fortunately, I get to write a column the weekend before recruitment and I know the kind of questions…

The right reform is needed

Health care. The combination of those two words is enough to start an argument amongst people who are best friends these days.  Because of this phenomenon, it looks like we’re going to go yet another year without health care reform, which scares the hell out…

Newspapers vital to college students’ success

Three months ago and 1,000 miles away, a Midwestern girl landed in New York City with three vast hopes. The first was she could cling to her random roommate to avoid the fact she knew no one in the Big Apple. The second was that…

University hosts galas across the country

Bradley is in the wake of a renaissance. A development known as The Campaign for a Bradley Renaissance has been in motion since April 2008, and has raised over $120 million. This summer, Renaissance Galas were hosted in major cities such as Washington, D.C., St.…

President’s popular office hours to return

The President’s open-door policy is making a comeback. University President Joanne Glasser will have open-door office hours to hear students’ opinions and concerns again this year, beginning Sept. 29 at 5 p.m. Glasser began holding her office hours last February. Since opening her doors, she…

Bradley feautred in Chronicle of Higher Education for office hours

Earlier this summer Bradley was featured in The Chronicle of Higher Education, an online journal specializing in news from colleges and universities all over the country. Bradley wasn’t recognized for high freshmen enrollment or the state-of-the-art Markin Family Student Recreation Center, but for something else…

Bradley races for the cure

When University President Joanne Glasser was diagnosed with breast cancer last year, several campus groups joined forces to help. Many participated in the Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure to raise funds for research and awareness, however Karen Metzinger hopes even more will participate…

MBA students win national championship for 2nd year

After three vigorous weeks of research and practice, five MBA students and their supervisor, Larry Weinzimmer, were rewarded with first place at the Society for the Advancement of Management International Case Competition in Las Vegas – for the second time. SAM presented each university’s team…

Bradley highly ranked in Review’s annual survey

Once again, the Princeton Review rated Bradley as one of the top 371 colleges in the country. The review ranks the top colleges and universities across the nation on everything from the quality of campus life and housing options to class size and campus facilities.…

Alcohol abuse speaker shares sobering story

In college, Carolyn Cornelison’s peers knew her as the vice president of her sorority, a varsity athlete, an orientation leader and for being voted outstanding junior on campus. However, she was also an alcoholic. Now a speaker who promotes responsible alcohol use and awareness, Cornelison…

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