The Braves beat Drake 78-70 in the Missouri Valley Conference championship to earn an automatic invitation to the Big Dance.
Student broadcasters further their dreams and tell creative stories on Bradley newscast.
Jack-of-all-trades animation major finds new ways to bring art to Peoria through digital magazine.
SCC staff can help you start preparing for life after Bradley as early as freshman year.
Natalie Konopka ’20 took advantage of all Bradley has to offer and used it to leverage a successful online clothing boutique.
TMJ project opens doors to physical therapy careers for students with engineering and sociology backgrounds.
Filmmaker aims to document the often-untold everyday stories that are all around us.
Bradley students are furthering their language skills by texting directly with native French speakers.
SpeechFluent helps Black and Latinx high school freshmen and sophomores improve their educational experience.
While many classes shifted online, these essential workers spent 420 hours in the community helping others.
Speech team alum helps STEM professionals tap into their public speaking abilities.
Graduating senior Nickolas Payne finishes his degree while pursuing creative writing and a love of studio art.
App aims to drive turnout by putting key information in the palm of your hand
A fluke government contract turned the entrepreneurship major's hobby into a thriving cleaning and restoration business.
Using historic printing technology, an artist brings people together for a more egalitarian community.
Bradley’s Latinx organizations plan a number of events surrounding the annual fall festival.
A remote summer internship created an enhanced learning experience for this human resource management major.
The assistant professor of economics joins other Peorians seeking to help end the coronavirus pandemic.
Grad steps into big-league role as regular radio announcer for his hometown team.
Artist Michael Adams '02 channels his thoughts onto canvas over time and layers.
EMBA graduate’s nonprofit aims to steer girls on a path toward successful careers and lives.
Even with changes for COVID-19, the excitement of arriving and settling on campus remains.
Alum steps up to find and deliver supplies to the far-flung Navajo Nation.
State transportation chief driven to make systems responsive to emerging needs and changing times.
Chemistry grad in the front lines of the fight against communicable diseases, including COVID-19.
Owen Mallery ’21 feels driven to give back to his small hometown.
Game designer provides an opportunity to live and work in other times and places.
Brian Krueger ’05 heads a team that developed one of the first approved tests to detect the virus that causes COVID-19.
Teacher’s long-awaited Fulbright experience in Malaysia cut short by global COVID-19 pandemic.
Students find support and community in Bradley's chapter of the National Society of Black Engineers.
Junior Jeremy Rapp aims to get others into the groove of disc golf.
Carson Allen '23 combined remote study with helping his family restaurant feed the community.
A new video game by two Bradley interactive media professors pits two players against each other, each wearing tinted goggles.
You can help flatten the curve on the global pandemic. This chemistry experiment illustrates how.
STEM grad makes a choice and sails through a long career as a law professor.
Working with team members from diverse disciplines, Pierre Paul ’19 made his translation project a reality.
See how Bradley students are helping high schoolers develop their game design talents.
Rich opportunities for undergraduate research helped Samantha Lechowicz ’20 find her calling.
President Roberts and Incoming President Standifird lay out the first steps of their dual presidency
Associate Professor of Organizational Communications Elena Gabor’s first impressions of the new normal.