Top Stories from 2019

  1. Mobile Style
    Alumni Lauren Walker Corwin ’14 and Haley Walker ’17 launched Brick and Motor Boutique, a women’s store in a mobile trailer.
     
  2. No Dropping Out
    Friends, faculty and Chi Omega sisters helped Barrett Winston ’19 balance school and life while she cared for her ill mother.
     
  3. Turning Pro
    Robert Hack ’15 works the Soldier Field sideline as the Chicago Bears’ talent and entertainment coordinator.
     
  4. The 54-Year Plan
    Marty Suppo returns to Bradley to finish the college degree he started in the mid-1960s.
     
  5. Coming This Fall
    The Business and Engineering Convergence Center neared completion by the summer.
     
  6. Best of Campus: October
    Homecoming and a Halloween snowstorm made many picturesque moments on the Hilltop.
     
  7. A Man and His Machines
    Steve Pierz is fine-tuning a robot that automates much of the bricklaying process in construction.
     
  8. Adversity Leads to Career Decision
    Olivia Aleman’s childhood cancer battle inspires her to pursue a nursing degree.
     
  9. Best in Illinois
    U.S. News and World Report ranks Bradley among top schools in numerous rankings for 2020.
     
  10. 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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