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Slane College Alumni Earn Founder's Day Awards

Several members of the Slane College of Communications and Fine Arts earned Founder’s Day honors this year for their dedication to the university.


Andy Masur Calls for the Big Leagues

Grad steps into big-league role as regular radio announcer for his hometown team.


Music video series connects scholarship with performance

Dzapo focuses on the intriguing nineteenth-century flutist, composer and conductor Joachim Andersen


Solo Role-Playing Game Created by Bradley Professor Takes Off During COVID-19 Pandemic

An assistant professor of interactive media at Bradley took home three awards from this year's ENNIES for his solo role-playing game book.


Winners of the 24-Hour Animation Challenge Announced

Teams of six students had 24 hours to create an original, short animation film for Bradley's 2nd annual 24-Hour Animation Challenge.


Bradley's Game Design Program Ranks Top 10 in the World

For the 6th consecutive year, Bradley University is among the top undergraduate game design programs in the world, according to the Princeton Review.


Bringing Books to Life

How sophomore Keelan Rodgers became an illustrator for two published works.


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.