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Would You Play with This Mushroom?

Always on the cutting edge of experiential programs, Bradley’s new master’s program in game design and development gives birth to a new character. | 10 min. read

The Right Expert at the Right Time

With his background studying viruses, this research scientist landed a unique opportunity to play a key role in combating the coronavirus pandemic. | 5 min. read

Where Everyone is Valued

Warren Anderson Ed.D., the university’s first vice president for diversity, equity and inclusion, explains his vision for the future. | 5 min. read

WHAT'S IN A NAME?

Although many people refer to the six iconic sculptures atop Bradley Hall and Hayden-Clark Alumni Center as gargoyles, technically, they're grotesques. What's the difference? A gargoyle has a water spout, whereas grotesques like this one on the alumni center just keep a watchful eye over campus.

Photo by Duane Zehr.

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Leadership Changes for Four of Bradley's Five Colleges

Four new deans bring vision to business, engineering, liberal arts and sciences, and education and health sciences.

Seen, Read and Heard

What do two books, a recording studio and a cute squirrel have in common? They're all part of daily life on Bradley's campus.

5 Questions with … Molly Drew Cluskey ’77

We thank this nurse and educator for her dedication to her profession and our students.

New Programs and Academic Achievements

The speech and sales teams win championships; new offerings in dietetics, computer science, nonprofit leadership and more.

Shock and Awe: Women's Basketball Head Coach Gorski Retires

Andrea McAllister Gorski ’92 leaves an exemplary record as player and coach after 25 years.

Class Notes

See what your classmates and friends have been up to recently.

Passages

We remember those who lost their lives.

Alumni Association Events

Take a look at upcoming events in your area

Lasting Connections/Bradley Bold

President Standifird shares news from campus at a series of Bradley Bold events.

Additions to Your Summer Reading List

Need a good book to read for a relaxing summer day? Try one of these from a talented alumni author.

Our Kind of Power

Senior Daniela Barzallo discovered how literature could fuel her passions and her desire to make an impact.