The last decade of the 20th century included the University’s 100th anniversary, its first named colleges and its first website.
Barbra Hulling Schulte ’73 got back in the saddle and became a national champion rider after a decade in speech pathology and audiology.
After lettering in track three times as a Bradley student, Dean Smith ’54 is still a top-level athlete 60 years later.
In June, Thomas Elzey ’75 became the 11th president of South Carolina State University.
The hits keep coming for Dr. Daniel Russell ’88 who specializes in the physics of baseball and softball bats.
Whether serving as CEO in the HMO industry, writing songs under his own label, or producing movies, Jim Aylward ’85 continues to find success.
Dr. Dawn Jourdan ’96 has found the perfect blend of teaching, law, and planning in her role at the University of Oklahoma’s College of Architecture.
Bradley said goodbye to many treasured alumni from September 2012 through June 2013.
One of Bradley’s biggest fans and the man credited with bringing professional baseball to Peoria, Pete Vonachen ’49, passed away on June 10.