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Appreciate a modern day golden era

It’s 2017, and with a new year comes various resolutions. Trying to eliminate writing columns about defecating was near the top of my list, as was cutting down on my binge drinking. One of those is not going as planned, but I’ll let the readers…

Tennis swings into spring

After a fall that resulted in multiple individual titles during tournament season, the women’s tennis team is doing everything possible to carry that momentum into the spring match play season. Head coach Matt Tyler said he believes the women will be able to transfer last…

Volleyball looks to future

The Bradley volleyball team failed to qualify for the Missouri Valley Conference tournament for the third consecutive season after finishing 2-12 in conference play. The Braves finished their season Nov. 18 against Loyola in a three-set sweep, effectively ending their 2016 campaign. The end of…

Ward places 71st in national championship meet

Junior Michael Ward capped off his 2016 campaign with a 71st place finish in the NCAA national championship meet Nov. 19 in Terre Haute, Indiana. Ward crossed the finish line in 30:41.9, which was more than eight seconds slower than his time in the NCAA…

Ward advances to NCAA Championships

A spectacular season for the Bradley men’s cross country team will conclude with only one runner representing the team. Junior Michael Ward clinched a berth in the NCAA Championships last Saturday after a ninth-place finish at the NCAA Midwest Regional meet. Ward ran a personal-best…

Horology makes timely debut on Hilltop

When Bradley University began as Bradley Polytechnic Institute in 1897, founder Lydia Moss Bradley sought for a practical program to begin developing her new college. She found that with horology, the study of watchmaking. For over 63 years, six months and 11 days, horology was…

Men split opening weekend games

Despite an opening night win, the men’s basketball team dropped its second game of the year Sunday to bring the 2016-2017 season 1-1. Bradley struggled in the early goings of its debut against Illinois-Springfield, but the Braves soon found their touch in the first half.…

Soccer falls at MVC tourney

The long, grueling season is now over for the Bradley soccer team. The Braves fell to Drake 2-0 in the play-in game of the Missouri Valley Tournament Tuesday to complete one of the worst seasons in Bradley soccer history, finishing 2-15-3 overall and 0-7-1 in…

Sudanese center brings new perspective to Bradley

The Bradley basketball team is filled with international talent. The Scout highlighted New Zealander center Callum Barker last week, and the Netherlands, Australia and Great Britain are also represented on the roster. The Brave’s tallest international player hails from Abyei, South Sudan, an area situated…

Men’s Basketball Preview

Last season, the Bradley men’s basketball team was one of the worst teams in the country. They averaged 56 points per game, shot 38 percent from the field and averaged nine assists per game, all marks ranking last place in the conference. The Braves also…

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