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Candidates square off in debate for SBO election

Student body officer hopefuls discuss platforms, goals and ideas in debate on Sunday night While a debate was scheduled for student body officer candidates Sunday night, the event turned out to be a question and answer session, and only had one rebuttal. It came from…

New 2 media leaders share plans for next year

Communications Council recently selected the new communication organization heads for next school year. Last Friday, Communications  Council held interviews with applicants for several positions and chose the most qualified candidates for each, Executive Director for Student Involvement Greg Killoran said. Positions were filled for Broadside…

Report finds economic downturn has effect on employers’ hiring

This year’s graduating seniors will have to work harder in their searches for jobs than those in the past due to a faltering economy and a 22 percent drop in hiring. A recent report by the National Association of Colleges and Employers (NACE) has noted…

Parents’ Weekend boasts varying activities

The a capella group InPulse is  coming to Bradley on Saturday night as part of spring Parents’ Weekend. The group will perform at 8 p.m. in the Michel Student Center ballroom. The cost is $1 for students and $2 for parents and others wishing to…

Group’s events teaches about clean politics in Illinois

The term “clean election” isn’t as prevalent as it should be these days. In fact, many students don’t know what it really means.  This is where Democracy Matters comes in.  Democracy Matters is a nationwide campus-based project that aims to teach students about the importance…

No spring concert for BU

The Activities Council announced it won’t host a spring concert this year. “There were really no bands touring that ACBU wanted,” Director of Student Activities Michelle Whited said. “We wanted to save the money [students spent this semester] and put more money into next semester.”…

Schock to address seniors

U.S. Rep Aaron Schock is adding another item to his resume as the youngest keynote speaker at a Bradley graduation in the past 30 years, and likely the youngest ever. “Hopefully I’ll add a different flavor to the … list of speakers in that obviously…

Cafe to be added to library next fall

Next semester there will be a cafe added to the Cullom-Davis Library, as a part of a five-year plan to renovate the library. “We wanted to look at the things that we could implement first based on the cost and time it could be accomplished,”…

Voice Picks Favorite One-Hit-Wonders

So we’re sitting here wondering “Whatever happened to Biz Markie?” Turns out, the one-hit-wonder  contributes his talents to the Nick Jr. television block on a regular basis. Naturally we wanted to know more.  We’ve compiled a list of our favorite one-hit-wonders, and where they are…

Rudd, Segel a perfect match in I Love You Man

We live in a golden age of comedy, my friends. Where we once saw Ben Stiller, we now see Paul Rudd. (Yes, I miss seeing Owen Wilson in blockbuster comedies, too, but we all have to make sacrifices). “I Love You, Man” is yet another…

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