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Lacrosse Club - Women's

President: Carly Woodin (


Lacrosse Club -Men's

President: Colten Palmer (

The purpose of this club is to provide those interested with an opportunity to maintain involvement in the sport of lacrosse and to help newcomers get acquainted and comfortable with the sport. 7/17

Lambda Chi Alpha

President: Michael Saltouros (


League of Legends Club

President: Todd Horwitch (

To promote friendship, teamwork, and communication among our members. It shall be open to players of all skill levels and provide an equal and fun environment. 8/17


President: Erin Julius (

LINCS (Leaders Instilling kNowledge through Cooperative Service) is a capstone program for juniors and seniors who are interested in leadership and community involvement after graduation. The goal of the program is to provide students with additional leadership opportunities through mentoring, facilitating BU Elite (a leadership retreat), serving as a resource for other student organizations, High School outreach and through informal discussions on leadership. 9/17


President: Samuel Casey (

The purpose of this club is to establish a longboarding community on campus for longboarders of all skill levels to come together and skate. 8/16

Love Your Melon Bradley University Campus Crew

President: Sarah Isacksen (

The purpose of this organization is to help give a hat to every child battling cancer in America, fund childhood cancer research initiatives and provide immediate support for children and their families through the sales of Love Your Melon products. Love Your Melon Bradley University Campus Crew will work toward its goals by 1) Visiting households, Ronald McDonald Houses and hospitals in Peoria to give hats to children undergoing cancer treatment and provide a therapeutic experience. 2) Developing events to spread the mission on campus and in the community. 3) Inspiring other college students to get involved & to make a difference on campus and in the community. 9/16