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Posts published in April 2012

Top 10 Stories of the Year

1. Romney visit gathers community Mitt Romney visited Bradley on the eve of his win in the Illinois Republican primary, Mar. 19. He addressed a crowd of about 1,000 students, faculty and community members and took questions from a handful of people in the audience.…

Bradley rebounds with two wins

While only claiming one victory in three games over the weekend, the Bradley Braves baseball team has bounced back to win consecutive games. Tuesday night the Braves defeated Iowa 7-3 and beat Northern Illinois 4-3 Wednesday. The Braves pitching staff gave up 25 total runs…

Speech team finishes season with national championship

The Bradley Speech Team was crowned victors at the 2012 National Forensic Association championship title, finishing the season undefeated. The team also won the American Forensic Association national championship just weeks prior to the NFA tournament, marking the first time since 1998 the team has…

UWIRE: Student-loan act should be extended

An issue that both President Barack Obama and Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney actually agree on can only mean two things for America — either the Mayans were right or it’s something that should be seriously considered. With Congress’ College Cost Reduction and Access Act,…

‘Blunderbuss’ presents Jack White’s solo career with mixed results

Jack White is a familiar name for any rock enthusiast, although his reputation is debatable. For some, he’s spread himself too thin, for others he is a musical renaissance man. The fact is, he’s created three different bands featuring different styles of music, opened his…

Summer construction will bring updates to residence halls

Bathrooms and roofs will get attention this summer, but campus housing isn’t likely to see any major overhauls for another decade. Executive Director for Residential Life and Leadership Nathan Thomas said the housing consultants, who surveyed students earlier this year about what they prefer in…

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