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Posts published in September 2011

Schmidt makes most of her senior season

Volleyball player helps lead team and program to the next level  The life of a middle blocker in volleyball is one filled with fast- twitch reactions, extreme focus and unbridled emotion. Megan Schmidt, Bradley’s senior middle blocker, stands close to the net, ready to pounce…

Braves lose I-74 rivalry game with ISU

After winning the first set, the volleyball team dropped three straight sets to fall to its I-74 rival Illinois State Sunday afternoon. “It was all on us,” said junior defensive specialisr Allie Gardner. “We beat ourselves. We started off fairly confident, and we kind of…

LNBU Shuttle organized in response to safety concerns

“As Bradley’s campus expands, so does the average distance students have to walk,” Student Activities Graduate Assistant Kyle Malinowski said. “This growing distance poses as a greater threat to safety.” Malinowski is in charge of coordinating the university-provided shuttle service, or as he calls it…

Hayden-Clark Alumni Center to be dedicated Homecoming weekend

Homecoming weekend will have a hefty agenda this year, and one of the most anticipated events will be the dedication of the Hayden-Clark Alumni Center. The Alumni Center has been in the works since 2006, and ground broke for the building in the fall of…

Zach’s Musings

Walking through campus the night President Obama was elected, I could hear and feel electricity unlike anything my generation had experienced before. Students were shouting in excitement, chanting, “yes we can!” and just thoroughly filled with a sense that we had done something; we had…

Student safety important on and off campus

Safety is important, on and off campus, and students should know what to do if or when they are in a situation where a crime is taking place. “No matter where a person is, safety is a shared responsibility,” Bradley Chief of Police Brian Joschko…

Heitz swipe card access unique among campus buildings

Swipe card access to Heitz Hall is one of many major renovations done recently on the building. Unlike other campus buildings, Heitz is unique because the swipe card systems are attached to each individual room on the first and ground floors, allowing students to access…

College athletes don’t deserve to be paid

Imagine being a college athlete and getting a free college education, free housing, free food, and free travel in addition to many other  perks. With all of this in mind, there is still debate on paying college athletes. Several scandals have shaken the college sports…

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