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Sports Communication Symposium Draws Standing Room Only Crowds

The 5th annual Charley Steiner Symposium for Sports Communication is underway and attracting big crowds to hear from industry experts.


Flight of a Lifetime

Rogers captures memories for Greater Peoria Honor Flight.


Half Hazard Press

Visual Voices Lecture on October 3rd


Visual Voices Lecture

Justin Ahrens - Principal and CoFounder of Rule29


Peter and the Starcatcher

Peter and the Starcatcher is a play based on a novel by Dave Barry and Ridley Pearson.


Art and Design Faculty Exhibition

An exhibition of current faculty artwork


Jo Hamilton

Crocheted Portraiture


Projections of a Creative Mind

An exhibition curated by student Haley Funk


Students Win Prestigious Award from City of Peoria

A group of Bradley University public relations students addressed the lack of youth participation in Peoria neighborhood associations and were recognized for their efforts.


Bradley University Speech Team Earns National Championship

The speech team is the most successful team in the nation.


MFA Exhibiton

Master of Fine Arts candidates Alexandra Dupont and Dylan Roberts


BFA Exhibition

Featuring the work of Amy Trompeter and Kate Wehrman


Bradley University Theatre Presents Sense and Sensibility

Jane Austen's classic novel concludes the 2018- 2019 season


Auspicious Behavior by Chakaia Booker

The Nancy Adams and Charles Sims Visiting Artist


Unlucky

2019 Graphic Design Senior Show


International Flute Soloist

Sami Junnonen, Flutist from Helsinki, Finland to perform at Bradley


David Horowitz '59 1937-2019

Bradley alumni and Emmy award winner consumer advocate passed away


Now Playing

Bradley University Theatre presents 'Silent Sky'


The 37th Bradley International Print and Drawing Exhibition

On display in seven Peoria galleries, 134 artworks by 108 artists from across the globe


Furies, Fairies, Visionaries

Professor featured in New York Exhibition


Christopher Holbook

His Own Private Circus


Theatre Students Shine

Theatre Arts students compete at regional festivals