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Sculpting for Peoria

Sculpting for Peoria

Art professor Fisher Stolz has created two new sculptures for his “hometown.”

First class at Renaissance Coliseum

First class at Renaissance Coliseum

CHARLEY STEINER ’71 was the keynote speaker at the first commencement ceremony in the Renaissance Coliseum.

Helmet safety campaign wins Ebeling PR-ize

Public relations students created an awareness campaign that won the Ebeling PR-ize.

Police make a blockbuster move

Police make a blockbuster move

University police moved to the space formerly occupied by Blockbuster Video in Campustown.

International exhibition runs through April 15

 International exhibition runs through April 15

Out of more than 1,000 entries, 107 works were chosen for the 33rd biannual Bradley International Print and Drawing Exhibition.

Anderson named to White House faith advisory council

LEITH ANDERSON ’67 is a leader in faith in the nation.

Faculty work recognized

Faculty work recognized

The latest edition of Bradley Works is full of faculty research, publications, and more.

University honors outgoing Board chairman

University honors outgoing Board chairman

GERRY SHAHEEN ’66 MBA ’68 has completed his term as chairman of the Bradley Board of Trustees.

Construction update

Construction update

Progress on the addition to Westlake Hall and the Hayden-Clark Alumni Center is coming along nicely.

Sales program accepted in USCA

Bradley is one of 15 schools that are full members of the University Sales Center Alliance.

Open arms for tough issues

Open arms for tough issues

Bradley students founded a To Write Love on Her Arms chapter on campus.

Igniting an interest

Igniting an interest

Chemistry professor Dr. Dean Campbell and the Bradley Chem Club have performed feats of science for more than 5,000 viewers.

Exploring Civil War battlefields

Exploring Civil War battlefields

Join OLLI on a trip following Ulysses S. Grant’s Vicksburg campaign.