Bradley's Connection with the Olympics Continues
Patience is paying off for one Bradley student and one Bradley graduate as they are finally able to immerse themselves in the behind-the-scenes action for the Tokyo 2020 Olympics.
Hip to the Task: Wrestling Announcer Wants to Grab Your Ear
Christian Hip-Hop artist Josiah Williams is all about the wrestle and flow.
CFA Awards Announced
Bradley's Slane College of Communications and Fine Arts announces its 2021 Spring Semester awards for its outstanding students.
Bradley Wins 2021 National Speech Championship
The Bradley University Speech Team has won the 2021 National Speech Championship (NSC), in its first time participating in the tournament.
Mechanical engineering major balances STEM with the creative arts
Graduating senior Nickolas Payne finishes his degree while pursuing creative writing and a love of studio art.
Unique Duo Holds Down the Anchor Desk
Student broadcasters further their dreams and tell creative stories on Bradley newscast.
When Animating Disney Movies Isn’t Your Only Fairytale Ending
Jack-of-all-trades animation major finds new ways to bring art to Peoria through digital magazine.
Bradley's Game Design Program Ranks Top 10 in the World Again
Bradley University is among the top undergraduate game design programs in the world, according to the Princeton Review's 12th annual ranking of the best schools to study game design.
Bradley Students Helping Astronauts Land on the Moon
NASA selected Bradley for participation in the next phase of the NASA SUITS program. In this phase, they will design and develop spacesuit interfaces to potentially be used during the Artemis mission.
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