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Lambda Chi receives charter, becomes fraternity

Members of newly chartered Lambda Chi Alpha were surprised on Saturday to be presented with the fraternity’s original charter for Bradley from 1939. “Everyone was shocked that we received the old charter, no one was expecting that,” Lambda Chi member Matt Depoister said. “Some peoples’…

Ruckus shuts down, students look elsewhere for tunes

Although Ruckus, a service that provided free music to college students, shut down earlier this month, other options are being considered to supply students their daily music fix. Executive Director of Instructional Technology and Media Services Nial Johnson said Bradley is looking into replacements for…

Caterpillar recalls not immediate

Although Caterpillar Inc. announced it may be able to recall employees if the economic stimulus package passed, it probably won’t happen until late 2009 or early 2010. “We’ll probably have to make more layoffs before we start hiring again,” said Caterpillar Chairman and CEO Jim…

Activities Council searches for spring concert band

The Activities Council is tuning into students to see what band they want to bring to campus for its annual spring concert. Special events reserve fund coordinator for ACBU Kathleen McGing said the group has begun its search, but doesn’t have any band in mind…

Students in dorms must take quiz to move off campus

Students wanting to live off campus will now have to view a slideshow presentation and complete a quiz in order to move out of the dorms. Executive Director of the Center for Residential Living and Leadership Nathan Thomas said the quiz will be put into…

Bradley may consider replacing Sunset Strips next fall

New sandwich restaurant in Student Center popular, ideas to replace chicken place are in the works Sunset Strips, the chicken restaurant located in Cafe Bradley, won’t face the same fate as Blimpie did anytime soon, but Director of Food Services Ron Gibson said they might…

Professor writes about lost women

A mother waits for her daughter to come back from work at the factory. She doesn’t hear from her for several days. Finally, the police come with some bones, but they aren’t her daughter’s. There isn’t even a right leg. There are two left ones.…

Police Reports

At 3:05 a.m. Sunday, officers saw a group of males walking in front of the student center on Elmwood Avenue. When police approached the group, one male fled. He ran toward Glenwood Avenue, and than in the direction of Fredonia Avenue. University police requested back…

A typical day in the life of a resident adviser

With Residential Life staff applications due March 13, potential candidates may be weighing the decision about whether or not to take on the responsibility of an assistant resident adviser. While the job requires a lot of time and personal commitment, resident advisor Dan Short admits…

Men join fraternities during informal recruitment events

Spring recruitment for fraternities ended last week, and overall numbers stayed relatively consistent compared to last year. Similar to sororities, the Interfraternity Council recruits fewer men in the spring than the fall. The Director of Recruitment Charlie Schmitt said between 25 and 30 men will…

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