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A jam-packed week of homecoming

Homecoming Week has begun at Bradley, and several events have already taken place. On Sept. 27, students braved a torrential downpour to attend the Painting of the Lydias in the basement of Markin Recreation Center. The winner will be revealed at the Lighting of the…

Volleyball storms into conference play

It isn’t often an indoor volleyball match is delayed because of weather. Such was the case not once, but twice on Sept 27, as Bradley and Southern Illinois felt the effect of a strong storm outbreak that rocked Central Illinois. Two seperate tornado warnings in…

Meet the Regans: Teammates for life

Jenna Passman Regan and Tim Regan met in 2000 when Jenna was a freshman middle blocker on the volleyball team and Tim was a sophomore defender on the soccer team. The two completed successful collegiate careers, culminating in an induction to the Bradley Hall of…

Police Reports: 2019-10-04

• At roughly 2:30 p.m. on Sept. 29, a female customer at the Dollar Tree believed she had been given incorrect change. She retaliated by stealing candy and struck a worker when they attempted to stop her. The customer’s sister got out of the car…

Men’s golf looks ahead after last place finish

The men’s golf team continued its rough start to the season by finishing last at the Zach Johnson Invitational after the final round on Tuesday. After winning the tournament in their last two appearances, the Braves had an event-high 939 overall-score. Head coach Jeff Roche…

Houser makes scientific strides

By coming up with medical solutions, Jennifer Houser, a senior biomedical major is wasting no time getting started with her career. After seeing there was a crisis in drug resistance, Houser began an 18-month long project that started her freshman year. The project consisted of…

Editorial: Amending Bradley pride

 This year, ACBU made some big changes to Homecoming Week. Overall, we see most of them as beneficial to students, faculty and alumni.  First of all, the Lighting of the “B” is no longer Monday night as a kickoff event. It’s now been moved from…

Back on that (coffee) grind

Coffee: easily one of the most beloved beverages in America. It is the liquid gold that helps us make it through our busy lives day-by-day, cup-by-cup. It’s no surprise that there’s a day dedicated to celebrating this popular drink. National Coffee Day occurred this past…

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