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Remembering Gen. John Shalikashvili ’58 HON ’94

 

Remembering Gen. John Shalikashvili ’58 HON ’94

General John Shalikashvili, who died July 23, rose from a draftee to the highest military position in the U.S.

New Police Chief On Campus

New Police Chief on Campus

Meet our new police chief, Brian Joschko.

Bradley ranks among best

Bradley ranks among best

Bradley is again named among the best universities in the nation.

Campus construction moves forward

Campus construction moves forward

Students returned to campus to find quite a few changes.

Not-so-common Main Street

Not-so-common Main Street

Main Street Commons provides new upscale living for students.

NBC awards 10 Olympic internships

NBC awards 10 Olympic internships

Ten Bradley students were selected by NBC for internships at the 2012 Olympic Games.

Semester in Hollywood

Semester in Hollywood

Bradley students now have an opportunity to spend a semester in Tinsel Town.

University Conference draws record crowd

Several professors and departments were honored at the University Conference in August.

Revolutionizing robotics with a HOG

Revolutionizing robotics with a HOG

A grad student in engineering reinvented technology that’s turning heads around the world.

Science and ‘sextraversion’ — blog tells all

Science and ‘sextraversion’ — blog tells all

Psychology Professor David Schmitt shares his expertise with Psychology Today.

Psi Chi wins national award

Bradley’s Psi Chi chapter won a national psychology award.

‘Sandwich King’ reigns at Food Network

‘Sandwich King’ reigns at Food Network

JEFF MAURO ’00 was crowned the Next Food Network Star.

Mobile Learning Conference

Mobile Learning Conference

Bradley cosponsored a mobile learning conference in June.

Braves of the future

Braves of the future

Bradley Ambassadors correspond with fourth graders to encourage them to think about college.

Skirting Convention exhibition delves into art history

Skirting Convention exhibition delves into art history

Women artists is the topic of an October symposium at Lakeview Museum and on campus.