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Women’s basketball splits weekend series: Braves finish home stand with 1-3 record

The Bradley women’s basketball team closed out a four-game home stand last Friday by beating Valparaiso and falling to Loyola on Sunday. The Braves’ record for their homestretch was 1-3. Bradley hosted the Missouri Valley Conference’s newest member Friday, but was not so welcoming. The…

Braves break records in Seattle: Gagne and Ward excel

The Bradley track team sent two runners to Seattle last Saturday and seized two school records. Seniors Dan Gagne and Michael Ward set school records in the one mile and the 3,000 meter run, respectively. Gagne started the day off with the one-mile race, which…

Track wins titles in Indiana

The Bradley track team competed in its second meet of the indoor season last weekend on Jan. 19 and 20 at the Gladstein Invitational. Additionally, the Braves left Bloomington, Indiana with four individual titles. One title the Braves brought home was senior Taylor FloydMews’s victory…

One-on-One: Where will Eli Manning end up in 2018?

Jacksonville Jaguars BY COLE BREDAHL Come Sunday when the Giants take on the Raiders, Eli Manning’s historic starting streak will come to an end – and effectively his time in New York as well. In 2018, the two-time Super Bowl MVP will reunite with his…

Bradley duo runs in national meet

The Bradley cross country team was represented by two runners at the NCAA National Championship Meet. Senior Taylor FloydMews and sophomore Jake Hoffert competed at the meet in Louisville on Nov. 18th. Both Braves fared well in the highly competitive race. FloydMews closed out his…

Cross country finishes sixth at Midwest Regional: FloydMews and Hoffert advance to nationals

The Bradley cross country teams competed in the NCAA Midwest Regional meet last Friday in Ames, Iowa. Both the men’s and women’s teams finished in sixth place, and the men also had two individual runners receive bids to the NCAA National Championship. Senior Taylor FloydMews…

Get rid of Goodell

The NFL’s ratings have been down the last two seasons, and league officials are running out of excuses. It is time for the league to start fresh in the front office. The NFL’s once sturdy television ratings dropped last year, which many simply took as…

Schlueter shoots and scores

Not only is the town of Ulm, Germany the hometown of Noble-Prize winning physicist Albert Einstein, but it is also the hometown of Bradley womens basketball guard Anneke Schlueter. Raised in Ulm, Schlueter is the only foreign player on the team, but she said transitioning…

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