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A Poet
of Witness

Bradley’s first African American woman to earn full professor believes in the power of words to change the world. | 15 min. read

A Poet
of Witness

Bradley’s first African American woman to earn full professor believes in the power of words to change the world. 15 min. read

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Capturing the Moment

Artist Michael Adams '02 channels his thoughts onto canvas over time and layers.


Girls Lighting the Way

EMBA graduate’s nonprofit aims to steer girls on a path toward successful careers and lives.

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Home, Sweet (Short-Term) Home

Need a place to rent without a long-term commitment? This Bradley alumni-owned company can help. | 10 min. read

Beneath the Surface

An artist applies unique processes and perspectives to challenge the rules of visual perception. | 5 min. read

BLACK LIVES MATTER

Bradley graduate student Pierre Paul ’19 led a group of peaceful protesters through downtown Peoria at the June 7 “Are We Next?” protest. A week earlier, he helped organize hundreds of volunteers as they cleaned up a Minneapolis Target after it was damaged in response to the murder of George Floyd.
Photo by KT Johnson.

Feedback

Our readers shared some great memories about love and music and connecting over a time of unrest.

Two Professors Earn Fulbright Grants to Chile, Vietnam

Trips will provide opportunities for teaching, research and cultural exchange for 2020-21 academic year.

Testing Optional

Bradley joined the growing trend to make standardized testing optional in its admission process.

Partnership with Peoria Public Schools part of diversity, inclusion initiatives

Six recipients earned full-ride scholarships as part of a new partnership with Bradley's local school district.

Bradley Creates Racial Equity Advisory Group

The group and upgrades to the Garrett Center are just the beginning of Bradley's diversity and inclusion efforts.

Chance Encounter Leads to Bradley

A random encounter with a coach leads Uchechi Ufochukwu '21 to pursue her hoop dreams in America.

5 Questions with...

Ryan Bair leads Bradley's Office of Residential Living and Student Conduct.

A Poet of Witness

Bradley’s first African American woman to earn full professor believes in the power of words to change the world.

Home Sweet (Short-Term) Home

Need a place to rent without a long-term commitment? This Bradley alumni-owned company can help.

Beneath the Surface

An artist applies unique processes and perspectives to challenge the rules of visual perception.

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My Bradley Experience

Forty years ago, Joseph Thomas (Nadolski) ’71 was on the front lines at the eruption of Mt. St. Helens getting news out to the public.

Passages

We remember those who lost their lives.