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  • Bradley Volleyball Star to Give Commencement Address
    1470 WMBD
    After wrapping up her historic athletic career, Bradley Volleyball senior Erica Haslag will close her equally-accomplished academic career by delivering the student remarks during Bradley University’s December Commencement.
  • Final City Council Meeting of the Year Covers Bricks, Recycling and Axes
    PJ Star
    A presentation of the economic impact of Bradley was made to the council. Bradley’s impact on the community is estimated at $310 million. The school’s 5,400 students work and volunteer throughout the area.
  • 37th Bradley International Print and Drawing Exhibition
    The Bradley International Print and Drawing Exhibition is the second-longest running juried print and drawing competition in the country. Every two years it features the best contemporary graphic artwork from around the globe.
  • Bradley University Building Gets Prepped for Next Construction Phase
    Campus and city officials hosted a topping off ceremony for a future classroom building Monday. Construction crews hoisted up one of the last steel beams on the building. The $100 million project will house both business and engineering classes.
  • Bradley Tops It Off
    1470 WMBD
    Bradley University celebrated a beam topping off ceremony, placing one of the final beams on the new Business and Engineering Convergence Center.
  • Art and Music Events in Central Illinois
    PJ Star
    Two art exhibitions and a recital are at Bradley this week.
  • Pontiac Caterpillar Plant Celebrating 40 years
    Pontiac Daily Leader
    “We partner with Bradley University to have their students work on senior projects to solve real manufacturing challenges that benefit both the student and facility.”
  • BU Team Reaches 50th Anniversary
    PJ Star
    The university’s club hockey team has reached a big milestone, as the 2018-19 season is its 50th anniversary.
  • This Weekend in Christmas Concerts
    Bradley professor Todd Kelly, who's performed with Mannheim Steamroller and toured with shows like "Hairspray," will play holiday tunes by Duke Ellington, Count Basie and Stan Kenton with the UM Jazz Ensemble I and the Zootown Cabaret.
  • Spa Night at Bradley University
    PJ Star
    Bradley students participated in a spa night on Tuesday hosted by the group “Women Who Empower” in Lydia’s Lounge on Bradley's campus. The event was intended to relieve some of the stress of upcoming final exams.
  • December 4, 2018: Ginastera's Vexing Variations
    Performance Today
    Assistant Professor Marcia Henry Liebenow's chamber music performance at the Red Lodge Music Festival in Montana was chosen to be featured nationally.