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R-E-S-P-E-C-T the final frontier

Rodney Dangerfield was definitely onto something. While some of the legendary comedian’s assorted grievances may not resonate with today’s average college student, I’m sure most…

Opinion from another Campus

Proposition 8’s victory a loss for California On the morning of Nov. 5, many of us woke up proud to be Americans but ashamed to…

Campus change begins with informed students

Tuesday night, students were able to confront administrators and ask them questions about problems or issues they have at Bradley. The event was called “Speak…

Obama’s victory decisive, divisive

Congratulations to Barack Obama on his stunning victory this week. His team ran a competitive, and frankly amazing campaign against John McCain. In practically every…

Patience thin for registration

It’s that time of year again, registration is here. While many students get their schedules ready weeks in advance, the results can be disappointing. There…

Success comes in many forms

In a country facing economic crisis, it’s hard to be optimistic that upon graduation we’ll find a job we like and will provide us with…

Opinion from another Campus

Declining gas prices are hopefully here to stay If you drive a car, you’ve noticed falling gas prices. In Abilene, Texas, prices have receded at…

Voting important in local and national elections

As the largest demographic, you would think politicians would exploit us. Advertisers target us because they know we’ll purchase their products, and we do. However,…

Anti-abortion? Vote for a Democrat

A few weeks ago, the bishop in the Catholic Diocese of Scranton, Pa., wrote a letter to all his parishioners. According to the letter, which…