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Posts published in November 2011

Braves are dancing once again

For the second consecutive season, the Bradley Braves soccer team will be one of 48 teams in the nation to compete in the NCAA tournament. It’s the first time in school history the team has earned back-to-back tournament appearances. After winning the Missouri Valley Conference’s…

Bradley cross country has strong race

As the weather is getting colder, the Bradley cross country teams are heating up. The women’s team took third place in the State Farm Missouri Valley Conference Cross Country Championships Sunday. It was the women’s best finish in the MVC Championships since taking third in…

“Skyrim” Sets the Bar for Open-World Adventure

There may be no greater feeling than slaying a dragon. The giant beast flies above and around you while you look for a weak point on its body. As its underside is exposed, you quickly fire arrow after arrow, hoping for any of them to…

Letter to the Editor

A Letter to All Bradley Students: On behalf of each of our student-athletes and my coaching staff, thank you for your support, energy and passion at Throwback Night in Renaissance Coliseum.  Our 66-65 win against Southeast Missouri State was a memorable and magical night for…

Women’s basketball falls to Eastern Illinois

The Bradley women’s basketball team lost 59-58 after Eastern Illinois’ Kelsey Wyss hit a 3-pointer in the left corner with 9.6 seconds left, dropping the Braves to a 1-1 record this year. “Well I was just disappointed,” coach Paula Buscher said. “I thought we had…

Sunny Side Up: Suitcase Social winners sent to Orlando, Fla.

While most people spent last weekend stuck in Peoria, junior nursing major Katy Bednarczyk was in Florida relaxing by a heated pool. Bednarczyk and her guest, junior Learning Behavior major Anna Strubhar, won a trip to Florida last Friday night at Suitcase Social. Suitcase Social…

Marijuana use increases on campus

Marijuana incidents on campus have risen this semester, leaving some administrators puzzled. “We strive for harm reduction with alcohol, but we really don’t know how to handle marijuana yet,” Director of Wellness Programs Melissa Sage-Bollenbach said. Students caught with marijuana go through three one-hour counseling…

‘Modern Warfare 3’ Delivers Polished but Repetitive Experience

The two longest running arguments present in video game criticism are whether the medium will ever rise to the level of art, and whether video games will prove to be one of the driving forces in the entertainment industry. “Call of Duty” has definitely proven…

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