- Mobile Style
Alumni Lauren Walker Corwin ’14 and Haley Walker ’17 launched Brick and Motor Boutique, a women’s store in a mobile trailer.
- No Dropping Out
Friends, faculty and Chi Omega sisters helped Barrett Winston ’19 balance school and life while she cared for her ill mother.
- Turning Pro
Robert Hack ’15 works the Soldier Field sideline as the Chicago Bears’ talent and entertainment coordinator.
- The 54-Year Plan
Marty Suppo returns to Bradley to finish the college degree he started in the mid-1960s.
- Coming This Fall
The Business and Engineering Convergence Center neared completion by the summer.
- Best of Campus: October
Homecoming and a Halloween snowstorm made many picturesque moments on the Hilltop.
- A Man and His Machines
Steve Pierz is fine-tuning a robot that automates much of the bricklaying process in construction.
- Adversity Leads to Career Decision
Olivia Aleman’s childhood cancer battle inspires her to pursue a nursing degree.
- Best in Illinois
U.S. News and World Report ranks Bradley among top schools in numerous rankings for 2020.
- Birthing a Business
Christine Cooney Deehring ’07 MSA ’07 left the security of a Caterpillar Inc. job to launch Bump Boxes from her living room.
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