Imagine what we’ll do next
At a Red Tie Gala in April, more than 1,000 guests were asked to imagine what could be next in Bradley’s future. During the kickoff event of the Campaign for a Bradley Renaissance, Caterpillar Inc. pledged the largest gift in the history of the University. Full story >
Renaissance Campaign to change face of campus
Six major academic and recreational facilities upgrades are among the campaign initiatives, including a new Alumni Center, a new Center for Engineering and Business Convergence, an expanded and renovated Westlake Hall, and construction of the Markin Family Student Recreation Center, Athletic Performance Center, and Puterbaugh Men’s Basketball Practice Facility. Visit the Campaign for a Bradley Renaissance Web site to view updated information and architectural renderings. Go >
Renaissance Circle Society
The success of the Campaign for a Bradley Renaissance relies on the support of the University’s many generous donors. Meet the charter members of the newly established Renaissance Circle Society. Go>
Coming up roses: Keepsakes mark campaign kickoff
The Cradle Oak Press operated in high gear during April in preparation for the Red Tie Gala. Art professors Paul Krainak and Oscar Gillespie share how they created 600 limited-edition rose prints. Full story >
Robertson Memorial Field House rendering
Peoria artist Kevin Kupper created a pen and ink rendering of Robertson Memorial Field House and recently donated it to the University. More >
Since 2005, students have lined up every night during exam week for Midnight Munchies in the Cullom-Davis Library. More >
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