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A look at how the Bradley family has dealt with the COVID-19 global pandemic to date. | 10 min. read

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Combat Colors

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Where Were You When Protest Bloomed at Bradley?

Fifty years ago, the deaths of four students at Kent State University galvanized opposition to the Vietnam War around the world and on the Bradley campus. | 10 min. read

Goodbye, Mr. Roberts

After five years at his beloved alma mater, Bradley’s 11th president and his wife want to tick some items off their bucket list. | 10 min. read

Writing a Book, Launching a Movement

Could seeing the best in others make your life better? Retired Caterpillar executive Michele Sullivan thinks so. | 5 min. read

March Sadness

Successful seasons come to a crashing halt because of COVID-19. | 5 min. read

Former Speech Coach Now Award-Winning Director

Lillian Glass’ career in communication is a master class in flexibility. | 5 min. read

To the Bee

Come little bee,
The infant master of the nature world!
Who taught thee, how thy Dragon lips,
To tenderly unfurl?
Come little bee,
Thou droning dwarf of blooming clover lawns!
Who tells thee that thy earthly task,
Begins with beaming dawns?
Come little bee,
The timely guest of every blooming vine!
Come tell me how to pluck the flower
And call its virtues mine?

— Frances Schotthoefer, class of 1919,
Photo by Duane Zehr

Feedback: We Are Brave

The pandemic brought many unexpected changes, but we will get through it together.

Stephen Standifird Named University’s 12th President

Bradley's new president was the dean of Butler's Andre B. Lacy School of Business.

Up, Up and Away

A new spacecraft for the International Space Station honors the contributions of Maj. Robert Lawrence Jr. '56.

Stop the Presses!

Bradley's student newspaper earned a bunch of awards this spring from the Illinois College Press Association

Creative Faculty

Take a look at the latest creative endeavors by our talented faculty

Celebrating Scottish Pride

Take a virtual trip to the Highlands with our Bradley tartan, designed by Carolyn Stewart '17.

Dispensing Care and Compassion

This nursing professor is the first full-time faculty member to earn three degrees at Bradley.

Meet the Team

Associate Vice President for Marketing and Communications Renée Richardson helps define the university's brand.

5 Questions with...

This med school hopeful has gotten involved and made a difference for students of color.

Where Were You When Protest Bloomed at Bradley?

Fifty years ago, the deaths of four students at Kent State University galvanized opposition to the Vietnam War around the world and on the Bradley campus.

Goodbye, Mr. Roberts

After five years at his beloved alma mater, Bradley’s 11th president and his wife want to tick some items off their bucket list.

Writing a Book, Launching a Movement

Could seeing the best in others make your life better? Retired Caterpillar executive Michele Sullivan thinks so.

Isolation

A look at how the Bradley family has dealt with the COVID-19 global pandemic to date.

March Sadness

Successful seasons come to a crashing halt because of COVID-19.

Former Speech Coach Now Award-Winning Director

Lillian Glass’ career in communication is a master class in flexibility.

Class Notes

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Passages

We remember those who lost their lives.

Alumni Event Calendar

Take a look at upcoming events in your area.

Lasting Connections

Check out the fun at some recent alumni events.

My Bradley Experience

With the help of his Bradley family, Nick Porter ’20 learned how to be his authentic self.

The Big Question

How did you meet your significant other at Bradley? Send us your memories and photos to magazine@bradley.edu.