Sunday Mar 2
Academic Spotlight: Metea Valley grad earns CPA scholarship
Brian Denton, of Naperville, was one of 25 minority college students from Illinois selected to participate in the 2014 Mary T. Washington Wylie Internship Preparation Program by the Illinois CPA Society.
Thanh Linh: Best Vietnamese in Peoria
The best place to eat in the Bradley University neighborhood. They've recently moved into the space of what used to be Sizzling India.
The Legal Record
Former Miss America to Discuss Eating Disorders
Miss America 2008, a survivor of anorexia, will give a talk, titled "Sexy, Shameful, Stigmatized: The Modern War on Women's Bodies, Eating Disorders, and How to Break Free," on March 3 at Bradley University.
The Post Game
Bradley Unveils Scary Gargoyle Mascot
It's been just a few weeks since the New Orleans Pelicans' mascot, Pierre, underwent "surgery" to alter its scary appearance and there's already a new contender for the country's most terrifying mascot.
Third candidate for University of Michigan-Flint chancellor set for campus visit
The provost and vice president for academic affairs at Arcadia University in Pennsylvania will be the third chancellor candidate to visit the University of Michigan-Flint campus.
Teachers Throw Benefit in Memory of Beloved Oak Forest HS Grad
A group of teachers from Oak Forest High School are holding a benefit "Julia's Legacy of Hope" for the family of graduate Julia Janes, who lost her battle with cancer in November.
University of Michigan-Flint tight-lipped on search for new chancellor
The search for the University of Michigan-Flint is gaining traction this week, but information is dribbling out in small doses.