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Posts published in November 2013

Students create tornado relief info page

Parts of the Midwest may have been torn apart this weekend, but some students are going beyond the call of help to put the pieces back together. Senior elementary education major Colby Tapling and a few other students started the “Bradley Students Supporting Washington, IL.”…

THE GIRL ON FIRE

Katniss Everdeen (Jennifer Lawrence) is back at it again in the second part of the “Hunger Games” trilogy, “Catching Fire,” where she is expected to spark an even larger flame then she did in the last movie. This is not a story of happiness, but much…

Editorial 11.22.13: Bradley gives to storm victims, will it continue?

This week, we’ve seen destruction. We’ve seen houses reduced to piles of plywood, water mains shredded and cars overturned. We’ve seen loss, not only of life but of memories, loss of the past through cherished belongings. We’ve seen mighty buildings, trees and monuments kneel before…

Bradley remembers Julia Janes

Even though Julia Janes never officially began student teaching, her cousin Lexie Brasen said Janes educated her family, friends and the Bradley community tremendously. “She just taught us so much about being a fighter, about never losing hope and being optimistic in the face of…

Finding your role, one brick at a time

One of my mentors told me that in life there are three perspectives: the brick layer, the wall builder and the castle constructor. All three are talented, given the same materials and committed to the same action – stacking bricks one on top of the…

One-on-One: Who will win the Heisman Trophy?

Jameis Winston We’re almost to Thanksgiving, and you know what that means: college football bowl games are just around the corner. But before we get there, we have some hardware to hand out. The Heisman Trophy has been given to some of the greatest college…

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