Best of Campus: November

After two years of construction, Bradley dedicated its new Business and Engineering Convergence Center, impressing all in attendance; Charley Steiner ’71 and Ralph Lawler ’61 share stories from Lawler’s impressive career in sports communication; theatre students performed eight 10-minute plays; and Bradley held a day of celebration for its first-generation students. (All photos by Duane Zehr and Sarah Dukes)

Business and Engineering Convergence Center
Phase One Complete

The month started off with the dedication of our new $100-million-plus Business and Engineering Convergence Center. Part of the festivities included the unveiling of a bust of Kalman Goldberg, Distinguished Professor of Economics and Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs, Emeritus, created by sculpture professor Fisher Stolz. We’ve added some additional photos of the building in action and a new view of its exterior.

Charley Steiner Symposium

At the annual Charley Steiner Symposium, Steiner and Ralph Lawler ’61 discussed his 41-year career as the voice of the NBA’s Los Angeles Clippers. “Some things just popped out of my mouth and you’d come to the arena the next night and someone would throw it back to you,” said Lawler.

Bradley Theatre: Eight By Ten

Theatre students performed an evening of eight 10-minute plays from some of America’s most ingenious masters of the form.

First Generation Day

The Bradley Family showed some love for first generation students this month, hosting an event to celebrate their success!

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