College News


Bradley Student Attends Prestigious Summit at West Point

Senior Jacob Chorak was selected as a delegate to represent Bradley at the Student Conference on United States Affairs (SCUSA) at the U.S. Military Academy at West Point, Nov. 1 – 4.


Three Bradley Students Earn National Scholarships

Three Bradley students are among 25 students from across the country selected in a competitive process to attend the national conference of the World Affairs Councils of America.


How do we get over our implicit biases?

A Bradley psychology student is leading the charge to break down those barriers.


A Fulbright Research Project Can Take You Places, Like Vienna

Amanda Riggenbach explores the impact of the Holocaust on the descendants of survivors.


Unpacking ‘It’ in the Classroom: How You Can Explore Media Exploitation with Young Learners

Blending methodology and majors to explore the celebrity experience for women, these students are prepping classroom discussions for years to come.


Can a book help you find a great internship?

Grace Hutchison forged her own path guided by a book.


How Bradley biology students plan to bring conservation science to the masses

Professor Anant Deshwal plans to adapt Bradley’s conservation research into the popular nature documentary genre.


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.


How Foreign Regimes Infiltrate Your Favorite Sports

A Bradley golfer and honors student looked at a new pro golf league that marks the latest example of “sportswashing.”


JET Program: A Teaching and Cultural Exchange Opportunity in Japan

Learn more about this highly competitive program from two recent Bradley graduates.


Her craft changed her life: How social justice becomes a career for junior Danyelle Butler

She saw wrongs and needed to right them. With her second title published, can one student author shift the script behind bettering underprivileged lives and set herself up for a fantastic future?