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Furry friends lend independence to people with disabilities

The newest students at Bradley will have four legs and fur. Paws Giving Independence is a club that will help train dogs to assist people with disabilities. Seniors Brandi Arnold, Michelle Kosner and Eric Swanson started the new club. “We were involved with an organization…

There is more to campus art than meets the eye

Peppered across campus, sculptures at Bradley tend to be taken for granted by students on a day-to-day basis, but the grounds crew works to keep the art preserved. What some students seem to forget is these sculptures don’t just exist. There is so much more…

AEP program to undergo changes

Changes are being made in the Academic Exploration Program to benefit students. Students are being placed in the UNI classification because each college has a different admissions requirement and students can not be admitted until they meet them, Executive Director for Student Development and Health…

Bradley’s accrediation to be renewed soon by committee

Bradley has been preparing for a visit from the Higher Learning Commission. Every 10 years the accreditation committee visits Bradley’s campus to make sure it meets the criteria of an accredited university, Director of Institutional Improvement Jennifer Gruening said. She said Bradley gets ready for…

Speech Team continues success at ISU tournament

This year, the Bradley speech team is already off to a great start. In its first competition at the Mid-America Forensic League Iowa Swing Competition, the team placed first bringing home the win and a trophy. The team dedicates a large amount of time to…

Students, alumni tailgate as part of Homecoming festivities

Wearing a white feather boa, University President Joanne Glasser stood on a stage clapping her hands and dancing. “Louder, louder!” she screamed, trying to excite students for the Homecoming soccer game. “They want to hear you in Shea Stadium. Coach [Jim] DeRose wants to hear…

Gossip site adds BU forum

A Web site based on the idea of freedom of speech has added Bradley to its forums, but some students said they think it goes beyond the First Amendment. JuicyCampus.com, a site where students can choose their universities and write anonymous posts on any topic,…

Former MTV correspondent to visit Bradley

Gideon Yago’s career as a correspondent for MTV News began when the network handed him a camera and told him to cover the 2000 presidential election. That year, Yago was one of six college students across the country who was asked by MTV to cover…

Pre-Law center seeks director

The new Pre-Law Center still needs a director but is set to be completely up and running next fall. “There are a lot of pre-law advisers already involved, but a director would pull everything together,” Chairman of the Political Science Department Larry Aspin said. “Mock…

Players shoot for the moon, barely lift off

While humor and quality haven’t always gone hand in hand, there’s one inherent rule when it comes to making anything remotely comedic – it has to be funny. After all, when a comedy falls flat, it often lands with a resounding thud. Case in point…

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