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Posts published in September 2013

New mascot not set in stone

As the search for a new mascot continues, gargoyles may make their way from Bradley Hall to the basketball court. The mascot branding committee, made up of students and various department members across campus, hosted seven focus group sessions Sept. 19 and 20. The sessions,…

Kent State drops Bradley lawsuit, Ford still in litigation

Kent State University’s attorneys announced Wednesday they were dismissing the lawsuit against Bradley for its hiring process of men’s basketball Coach Geno Ford, according to a Bradley news release. But KSU’s breach of contract lawsuit against Ford is ongoing, the Peoria Journal Star reported. The…

Editorial 9.27.13

In Dec. 1988, Bradley’s university president removed the “Brad E. Lee,” the cartoonish Native American, as the costumed mascot in response to multiple complaints. But Bradley only stopped Brad E. Lee from running around with war paint and a tomahawk during homecoming events and basketball…

Side Show Entrance

Who doesn’t love a bunch of singing side show freaks? Bradley’s theater program will be doing its rendition of “Side Show” the next two weekends in the Hartmann Center. The story is based on the strange lives of two Siamese twins, Daisy and Violet. The…

How Audiences Met The Mother

It only took 8 years, but we finally met the mother. “How I met your Mother” is one of the best prime time shows on television, but after so long, most viewers were starting to contemplate whether we were ever going to meet Ted Mosby’s…

Trigger change by targeting beyond guns

Guns don’t create evil — people do. Guns are mere objects. Constructed of aluminum and steel and branded with company logos, they have no thoughts, harbor no feelings and produce no motives. It is the person behind the trigger that matters; yet, whenever gun violence…

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