Dual Identities: Journalism Professor by day, Romance author by night

Sara Netzely, aka Sara Whitney, has applied her love for writing in her sizzling romance novels.

How to Break a Few Glass Ceilings

A trailblazing local journalist credits her time at Bradley for launching a 40-year career with the Peoria Journal Star.

How shaping your arts intake helps dismantle oppression

When this Bradley alum saw injustice in the visual arts space, they looked inward to develop lasting change

Bradley Professor Wins Prestigious Photography Award

Margaret LeJeune, associate professor, Department of Art and Design, was named the Woman Science Photographer of the Year by the Royal Photographic Society (RPS) for her image, “Watershed Triptych.”

And the Oscar Goes to ...

If you watch the Academy Awards this weekend, you may just see a Bradley alum give an acceptance speech.

A Chance Encounter Leads to a Coveted Internship

Landing an internship in your field can be the gateway to a promising career.

Learning how to see things differently

Assistant Professor Jae H. Chae guides his graphic design students through a lesson in 3D typographic forms.

Two Thumbs Up: Brandon Towns reviews your favorite movies for

A budding filmmaker since 8th grade now has his eye on even bigger projects.

Announcer, Pitcher, Backstage Pass: What you need to turn sports into a career

Following one sports-related opportunity after another, this student knows how to play the game. Combining soft skills with hardball tactics and a penchant for fun, his trek from farm town to Tinseltown is only the beginning. But it was his time at Bradley that prepared him for all the twists and turns along the way.

Keeping the Music – and Memory – of a Jazz Legend Alive

Using very modern media tools, this Bradley alumnus introduces jazz legend Bix Beiderbecke – his great-grand uncle – to a new generation.

Did You Hear That? A Study into How Brains Perceive Music

An innovative study seeks answers to why we hear vocals in music when they’re not actually there.

Bradley Announces First Performance of Doris K. Kolb Women in Music Concert Series

Women in Music Series honoring author and longtime Bradley professor emerita, Doris K. Kolb.

CFA Winners Announced

Bradley’s Slane College of Communications and Fine Arts announced its Spring 2022 Semester awards for outstanding students.

Earning Your First Emmy Award on the Biggest News Story in the Country

When domestic terrorism struck Nashville Christmas morning, this journalism major demonstrated grace under pressure while in the director’s hot seat.

You Don’t Know What You’re Capable of Until You Try

A little encouragement and self-belief leads student to perfect internship.

Upcoming Music Events at Bradley

For a list of upcoming concerts/performances by Bradley University's Department of Music, click the link.

Bringing the Olympic Dream to Millions of Viewers

If you watched any of the 2022 Winter Olympics, there’s a good chance you saw the work of a pair of NBC Sports interns from Bradley.

Bradley Interactive Media Students Bring Their Games to the Riverfront Museum

The Peoria Riverfront Museum has once again partnered with Bradley's Department of Interactive Media to present FUSE.

A Feminist Comedy “The Revolutionists” Comes to Bradley

Bradley Theatre continues its spring season with “The Revolutionists,” Lauren Gunderson’s surreal comedy set in 1793 Paris during the Reign of Terror.

Upcoming Music Events at Bradley

Click the link to view a list of upcoming concerts and performances by Bradley University's Department of Music.