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New plan helps students network with alumni

The Bradley Alumni Association plans to keep alumni actively involved with campus activities and connected with students after graduation. “The BUAA Student Engagement Plan is designed to engage current students with Bradley alumni throughout their years on campus,” Executive Director of Alumni Relations Lori Winters…

Students express faith through campus groups

Coming to college can be a daunting task. Leaving home for the first time to live on their own, some students are making big decisions about how they want to live their lives for the first time. When to do laundry, how to budget money…

Hours change for minors

David Mullner said a recent change to course requirements could have negatively affected his law school applications. “They changed the requirements for minors and majors over summer,” the senior political science major said. “So there were several students like myself who had in fact talked…

U. of Montana student stabbed over game of beer pong

UNIVERSITY WIRE – A University of Montana student remains hospitalized after he was repeatedly stabbed over a game of beer pong last weekend. Collan J. Sheppard, 23, has been charged with felony assault with a weapon and is being held on $50,000 bail. Sheppard, who…

Councilwoman, BU dispute

Sigma Nu called University Police early last Saturday complaining three people were causing a disruption on the fraternity’s property, one of whom was 2nd District Councilwoman Barbara Van Auken, according to University Police reports. BUPD received two calls on Friday night on complaints of noise…

Students shack on quad for Habitit for Humanity

Bradley kids shacked up on Olin Quad for 24 hours Wednesday and Thursday for Habitat for Humanity’s annual Shack-a-Thon.  The idea is simple – build a shack made only out of cardboard and other materials that would be available to you if you were homeless.…

Students indicted on drug charges

Two Bradley students and one former student were recently indicted for allegedly having a marijuana grow-house at their off-campus residence. Blake K. Farrington, 24, and William Betke, 20, were each indicted for possessing between five and 20 marijuana sativa plants. Patrick Georgett, 23, was indicted…

Students support activity fee increase

The student activity fee may increase to offset the escalating cost of paying and accommodating performers and to support the rise of activities on campus. Director of Student Activities Michelle Whited said she recommends the fee increase $50 a year beginning fall 2009. “The number…

Remembering Wright

Voice memorializes key player for seminal rock band Rock ‘n’ roll lost a vital member two weeks ago when founding Pink Floyd member Richard Wright passed away in his home in Great Britain. He was 65. Wright succumbed to cancer on Sept. 15, but specific…

Drop the needle

Looking at the Resurgence of Vinyl These days, listening has very nearly become a lost art, especially when it comes to music. Although the technology gods have bestowed upon the world the gifts of iPods and other portable music players, most worshippers seem to have…

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