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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…

Body Project has big plans for Bradley

Speakers, workshops and classes focus on positive body images The Women’s Studies Program and the Wellness Center have worked to develop a program that will help students challenge the stereotypical body norms of looking like Barbie and G.I. Joe. The Body Project was started in…

Animals to take over Markin during Late Night BU

Mardi Gras is coming to Late Night BU. Saturday from 10 p.m. to 2 a.m. in the Markin Family Student Recreation Center, students can experience their own, smaller version of the festival. Allison Sutton, a student on the Late Night BU planning committee, described the…

Students should be aware of unsecured wireless networks

One student, whose network was used by somebody else, was accused of illegal file-sharing Students who set up an unsecured wireless network could end up getting more than they bargained for. Senior political science major David Mullner said he received a notice informing him that…

Faculty pay to use Markin, but get health screenings

Bradley faculty and staff now have to pay $120 annual fee to use the Markin Family Student Recreation Center, but it comes with an incentive. Employees who have been working out, now pay a $10 monthly fee, but will have the option of participating in…

Athletics creates program to make well-rounded athletes

The Athletic Department administrators want more from their student-athletes than success on the court and field. They want student-athletes to have success in life. To prepare students for life after college, the department created the Bradley University Leadership and Supporting Teams program. The program aims…

Students find professors usually sit enough office hours

Utilizing a professor’s office hours can be crucial to a student’s success in class. The number of office hours a professor sits depends on the college and department they belong to, Assistant Vice President of Communications Shelly Epstein said. “Faculty are expected to have office…

Students compete in alcohol-related game show

Students packed the Michel Student Center ballroom to watch their resident hall representatives compete in Booze-A-Palooza, an alcohol awareness event sponsored by The Association of Residence Halls  and Residential Life Every dorm participated in Booze-A-Palooza with resident advisers and assistant resident advisers serving as contestants. …

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