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Bradley Hilltopics

Spring 2010 • Volume 16, Issue 2  

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Become a fan of Bradley Hilltopics | Placement rate in ’09 | Engineering innovation recognized | Help for Haiti | Women’s basketball will make first postseason appearance in program history | Aerial view of Alumni Center | Knowledge in print | Women’s Studies hosts ’70s activist | Deon’s heave | High-tech engineering lab | SAME Cafe wins 10k from NBC feature | Enriching the campus experience | Speed painting: an Olympic performance | Bradley board game is a winner | Grant funds internships | Old Vonachen’s Junction menu

 

Bradley board game is a winner

The firm that produced BU Who Knew? was honored with a Silver ADDY award from the Peoria Ad Club in February. The colorful board game is being used to teach first-year students about Bradley’s history. Last fall, 26 alumni volunteers visited EHS120 classrooms and hosted the game for students. JULIE PFLEEGER HOLMES ’06 MA ’09, associate director of student and young alumni relations at Bradley, and Tom Gunter, director of graphic design in University Relations, created the game with CMFI, the agency that received the Silver ADDY.

The ADDY competition is the largest in the advertising world. It is conducted by the American Advertising Federation, a not-for-profit industry association with 200 advertising clubs in 15 districts. There are more than 60,000 entries in the ADDY competition each year.

 

Become a fan of Bradley Hilltopics | Placement rate in ’09 | Engineering innovation recognized | Help for Haiti | Women’s basketball will make first postseason appearance in program history | Aerial view of Alumni Center | Knowledge in print | Women’s Studies hosts ’70s activist | Deon’s heave | High-tech engineering lab | SAME Cafe wins 10k from NBC feature | Enriching the campus experience | Speed painting: an Olympic performance | Bradley board game is a winner | Grant funds internships | Old Vonachen’s Junction menu