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Tyne finishes 25th, Cyclones sweep away competition

It took sophomore Brian Tyne a little more than 26 minutes to triumph through eight kilometers to finish better than 75 percent of the field.  “He excelled in taking his training and putting it into the race,” coach Dave Beachum said. Tyne posted the best…

Scout endorses Obama for president

After seeing a president with the lowest approval rating in history wage an unjust war, lead the country into debt and ignore the worst natural disaster to ever hit this country, America needs a change. This country needs to be rebuilt from the ground up…

Markin Center debuts

The wait is finally over. The new Markin Family Student Recreation Center is officially open for business. “I had been anticipating its opening for a while,” freshman retail merchandising major Morgan Liphart said. “Hopefully it will be worth the wait.” The new facility takes up…

Senate approves new sports communication major

In years past, communication students had to choose between the five concentrations within the department: journalism, public relations, organizational communication, advertising or electronic media. Next semester a sixth option will be added to the list. “We decided to add a sports communication concentration,” Communication Department…

Soccer shut out, falls to No. 2 Creighton

A recruit who got away turned out to be the difference in the soccer team’s 2-0 loss to No. 2 Creighton on Saturday at Shea Stadium. Freshman Nick O’Neil, who graduated from Peoria Notre Dame High School, pushed across his first career goal with fewer…

Kanye will determine the direction of the music (and the marketing)

A month ago, producer turned rapper turned household name pop-sensation Kanye West did a really stupid thing.  On Sept. 16 Kanye released “Love Lockdown,” the first single for his next album, “808s and Heartbreak.” It was up on Kanye’s blog for two days, but quickly…

Parents’ Weekend boasts an array of events

The upcoming Parents’ Weekend promises to provide students and their families with non-stop entertainment and quality time together, Greg Killoran said. “It’s a time for students and their families to spend some time together and enjoy Bradley, and see what the other student groups have…

Former MTV correspondent discusses youth vote in lecture

When former MTV news correspondent Gideon Yago took the Neumiller Hall stage Wednesday night, girls in the audience went giddy with delight. But “teen television’s bespectacled face boy” offered up more than good looks in his lecture, “They’re doing WHAT? Politics and the Youth Vote,”…

Women drop two matches

Comiskey and Black reach milestones, volleyball falls to elite in MVC Junior Kaitlyn Comiskey came up with her 800th dig against Wichita State and Sam Black reached 2,500 assists against Missouri State, but those accomplishments didn’t matter to the opponents and were not part of…

Students, alumni tailgate as part of Homecoming festivities

Wearing a white feather boa, University President Joanne Glasser stood on a stage clapping her hands and dancing. “Louder, louder!” she screamed, trying to excite students for the Homecoming soccer game. “They want to hear you in Shea Stadium. Coach [Jim] DeRose wants to hear…

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