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Gargoyles, grotesques and Gothic guardians, oh my!

by Vickie Berkow

You can’t visit Europe without seeing one. They can be spotted up high, tucked away behind pillars and stained glass windows, peering down on the scene below. Gargoyles have been an integral part of Gothic architecture in European cathedrals since the medieval period, but they have also been found worldwide, dating back to ancient Egypt. So how did these creatures, particularly grotesques, make their way to Bradley University’s campus? Find out why the guardians are here, what impact they have made on Bradley’s culture and learn more about other gargoyles across the globe. (more…)

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Success Lacking on the Hilltop in Bradley Athletics

Posted in Uncategorized by com360bu on May 9, 2013
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by Tim Lahey and Miles Himmel

Bradley Athletics have had a long tradition of winning in athletics, but are in a bit of a slump recently. In this article, the current state of the Athletic department is looked at and their goals to improve. In the video,  Athletic Director Dr. Michael Cross, talks about the future of Bradley sports. Kirk Wessler and Dave Reynolds of the Peoria Journal Star, sat down during this weeks podcast and gave their views on the past and what they think the future could hold. Examining the past four years, the women’s basketball team was the only team sport in the athletic department that boasted a .500 winning percentage or better.

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This Sample Post Shows How Your Final Projects Should Look

Posted in Uncategorized by com360bu on April 25, 2013
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by Sara Netzley

Students are preparing their final projects in COM 360, and this sample post will give them all an idea of how to structure their own work. This introductory paragraph should give the audience an idea of what to expect in the upcoming post, including the overarching topic and the individual components that make it up. The headline should apply to the project as a whole. (more…)

Women in Science: Making progress or standing still?

Posted in Uncategorized by com360bu on April 18, 2013
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Women in Science: Making progress or standing still?

By Jenny Sharron

Dr. Mary Wyer visits Bradley University to discuss women in science and the progress they have made throughout the years.

“Refuse to Choose: Reclaiming Feminism”

Posted in Uncategorized by com360bu on April 14, 2013
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By Samantha D’Anna

Sally Winn, Vice President of Feminists for Life, explains why she believes women deserve better than abortion in her presentation “Refuse to Choose: Reclaiming Feminism.”

 

Nuclear Disarmament: Hope For the Future

Nuclear Disarmament

Posted in Uncategorized by com360bu on April 12, 2013
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By: Derek Sprout

Jenifer Mackby spoke to a group of Bradley students yesterday, about some obstacles of nuclear disarmament.

Jenifer Mackby’s Presentation Retweeted “Nuclear Disarmament”

Hoping for a Nuclear-Less Future

By Evan Wixom

Jenifer Mackby is an adjunct fellow/consultant at the Center for Strategic and International Studies in Washington, D.C. She spoke at Bradley Thursday night in Westlake Hall about the nuclear disarmament, and the challenges that accompany meeting this goal.

[View the story “Hoping for a Nuclear-less Future” on Storify]

Nuke Expert Lectures at Bradley University

Posted in Uncategorized by com360bu on April 12, 2013
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By: Greg Partyka

On Thursday April, 11 nuclear weapons expert Jenifer Mackby gave her take to Bradley University students on the usages and obstacles of nuclear weapons. 
http://storify.com/gparty40/nuke-expert-lectures-at-bradley-university#

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