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The benefit of doubt

When I first tell people I’m studying psychology, they oftentimes retort that it’s an easy major (it’s not) or ask if I can read their…

Counseling a crucial resource

Campus is currently mourning the loss of Nicole Baran, a junior psychology and criminal justice major who passed away Feb. 12. Read about Baran and…

Moon sand and other romantic things

“Valentine’s Day is a capitalist ploy to take advantage of sentimental consumers.” I think this opinion has been exhausted, and it’s no longer unique, different,…

Incensed governor ad takes cheap shots

Representative Jeanne Ives released her “Thank You, Bruce Rauner” ad Feb. 2 in anticipation of the upcoming November 2018 governor election. The video’s cast of…

Five Minutes Away

One of the saddest moments in my life wasn’t sad at the time. I was six years old. My mom, my brother Ryan and I…

There’s no excuse to ignore the flu

We’ve made it through November, December and January, so winter will soon be edged out by spring – but that doesn’t mean we’re in the…

Practice makes permanence

There is one thing in life we put all our effort into and expect phenomenal things. Some people seek perfection more than others do. And…

Be vulnerable

I was the kid who cried on the first day of Kindergarten. I was the kid who threw up on the first day of high…

Fall 2017: Highs and lows

Thumbs up: Bradley supports international students Over 30 different countries are currently represented by Bradley’s international student population. This year’s implementation of the Office of…