How To Turn Your Art Degree Into a Post-Grad Career
Studio art alum Megan Williams converts her drawings into digital t-shirt designs.
These Bradley animation students got hands-on experience with an industry expert and his stop-motion skeletons.
Microphones and Friends: How You Can Hit Record on Having Fun
This radio-turned podcasting group's rebirth brings a unique look at Bradley's campus and new opportunities for students.
LGBTQ+ Students Bring More Opportunities to Campus
From Pride Prom to Lavender Graduation and more, meet the students empowering their peers to be themselves.
The Engine Powering the Chicago Auto Show's Social Media Reach? Bradley Student Interns
The annual event, which draws 300,000-plus attendees, provides terrific hands-on experience.
Do the Robot: STEM Competition Comes to Bradley
STEM students of all ages came together to showcase their outstanding interdisciplinary skills and awesome robots.
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 RogerEbert.com
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.