The Navajo Are Still Here

Edison Eskeets ’86 runs 330 miles to retrace his people’s Long Walk. | 15 min. read

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Instant feedback is how Mike Brown MFA ’18 described the reaction of passersby as he created a 50-foot by 20-foot mural on Peoria’s UFS Downtown Outlet Center for his thesis exhibition. "I got comments, honks and sometimes the ‘Rock on’ sign,” he said

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Erin Kastberg manages the university’s legal issues.

Maximum Impact

Bradley offers a lot to the Peoria area.

Life’s Work

Political consultant David Axelrod offered insights on presidential campaigns.

Getting a Close-Up View

Learn more about the chemistry department’s new computing device.

Asked and Answered

The Bradley family showed lots of love for others this winter.

Mr. Fuzzy Ears teaches friendship, caring for animals

A children’s book by Slane Artist-in-Residence Donna Carr Roberts gives important lessons about caring for animals.

Having a Goal for 50 Years

Bradley’s club hockey program celebrates a half century on the ice.

Hands of Love

Artist Tanmaya Bingham created one of many unique works for Bradley’s 37th International print and Drawing Exhibition.

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A YouTube sensation chases down rumors for Apple users.

The Navajo are Still Here

… Edison Eskeets ’86 runs 330 miles to retrace his people’s Long Walk.

Going for the Win

Participating in March Madness isn’t the only success for the Braves.

Pride of Ownership

Michelle Mills Clement ’03 and Tommy Choi ’03 discuss bringing diversity to Chicago real estate.

Class Notes

See what your classmates have been up to recently

Lasting Connections

Check out the fun at some recent alumni events

Passages

We remember those who lost their lives

Alumni Event Calendar

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My Bradley Experience

Joan Sattler, dean of the College of Education and Health Sciences, reflects on her 42 years at Bradley