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How far we’ve come: Charley and the “Mad Dog” in Peoria

How far we have come: Charley and the Mad Dog in Peoria BY ANTHONY LANDAHL Assistant Sports Editor Charley Steiner sits back and relaxed, a can of Coke in his hand, in the lobby of the Caterpillar Global Communications Center. He smiles with a satisfied…

Smoky Burgers n’ Frites Review

Smoky Burgers n’ Frites is located in Campustown and features a menu of burgers, wings, frites (french fries) among other foods. Three staffers trekked over to the small restaurant on Tuesday night to give it a try. For the students that don’t have much in…

Mapping the Valley: Men’s MVC Rankings

The Illinois Valley – Loyola, Illinois State, Bradley, Southern Illinois The fight for the Missouri Valley Conference top spot will be a fiery contest this year. Each one of these teams can exceed the expectations set for them, whether they are underdogs or not. Among…

Go Time: Men’s Basketball Preview

The time has arrived. After reaching the 20-win mark last season for the first time since 2009, the Bradley men’s basketball team feels ready to compete for the Missouri Valley Conference Championship. “It’s very realistic,” senior guard Dwayne Lautier-Ogunleye said. “We’ve been preparing for this.…

Scary POD Prices!

We all know that feeling. It’s a dark and stormy night. You are hungry, struggling to find that warmth in your life. You are weak, bones are shrinking, feeling like the frosty hand of death is about to grip you and pull you into the…

One-on-One: Who is the better monster?

Kraken: Austin Shone At the heart of the sea swims a monster so vicious, so gruesome, so enormous, no one has ever seen the whole thing. It’s a fearsome creature whose tentacles will suck the skin right off your face. What’s scarier than being alone…

The Devil’s advocate

Author’s note: This piece is meant to provide a perspective against Halloween. Some of the aspects and thoughts in this peice are overdramatized for effect. You know what doesn’t go together? Thin and cheap clothing, cold weather and a high chance of alcohol. But hey,…

Bradley’s sportscasting tradition needs more applause

Last month, Ralph Lawler, the play-by-play commentator for the Los Angelos Clippers, announced that the 2018-19 NBA season would be his last behind the mic. Lawler, who had a successful 40-year career in broadcasting, spent time commentating with the Philadelphia 76ers before heading west to…

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