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RAY LaHOOD ’71 HON ’11 addressed graduates at commencement in May, while Dr. JAMES RADOSEVICH ’78 spoke to graduate students.
WILLIAM LOPEZ ’11 became the first Bradley student to be commissioned an officer in the Army since ROTC returned to campus in 2008.
NBC representatives visited campus to interview students for internships in New York and London during the Summer 2012 Olympic Games.
Knotty Outdoors, offering modern apparel alternatives for hunters, won Project Springboard 2011.
These nine faculty members put in more than 250 collective years of service to Bradley.
Gov. Pat Quinn and Caterpillar CEO Doug Oberhelman were among the attendees of the annual conference.
“Engineer in disguise” JOHN WELLING ’91 visited campus to share how engineering and business have converged in his life.
Hillel’s new home is set to welcome Jewish students this fall.
About 40 students and faculty spent an afternoon writing in Springdale Cemetery.
GARY ROBERTS ’70, law school dean and on-air legal analyst for the NFL Network, was on Bradley’s champion GE College Bowl team.
More than 60 students, including three women, shaved their heads to raise money for childhood cancer research.
JACOBY COCHRAN ’13 continued Bradley’s winning forensics tradition by taking the title of national champion in this year’s NFA tournament.