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  • Behind every 3-pointer, alley-oop and skyhook, there is a duo yelling, griddy-ing and hyping up their teammates on the sideline. No, they aren’t modified cheerleaders, they’re Bradley sophomore walk-ons Cade Hardtke and Sam Hennessy. While fans may see them as the pre-game helpers that often…

    Matt Lucas - Sports Co-Editor February 8, 2023
  • Still looking for their first Missouri Valley Conference win, the Bradley Braves women’s basketball team hung tough with one the MVC’s best teams in Belmont on Sunday afternoon. However, the play of Bruins’ forward Madison Bartley was too much for the Braves to handle down…

    Latif Love - Contributor February 7, 2023
  • It was the most made 3’s allowed by Northern Iowa at the McLeod Center ever. It was also the third-most triples made by the Braves in a single game. In the 77-69 victory over Northern Iowa (12-12, 8-6) Saturday evening, Bradley (17-8, 10-4) kept the…

    Matt Lucas - Sports Co-Editor February 5, 2023
  • “Illinois State’s a really good team, they’re number one in our conference for a reason.” Braves’ head coach Kate Popovec-Goss’ words rang true Thursday night as the Redbirds showed why they’re arguably the best team in the Missouri Valley Conference (MVC), routing the Braves 84-52. …

    Latif Love - Contributor February 4, 2023
  • As the clock expired in Renaissance Coliseum on Jan. 22 against Indiana State, Bradley women’s basketball might not have left with the win, but the crowd of over 500 left with the name Rouse stuck in their heads. After a career high of 18-points, sophomore…

    Rodrigo Perez - Assistant Sports Editor February 3, 2023
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Alex Rouse is just getting started

As the clock expired in Renaissance Coliseum on Jan. 22 against Indiana State, Bradley women’s basketball might not have left with the win, but the crowd of over 500 left with the name Rouse stuck in their heads. After a career high of 18-points, sophomore…

Inside DC Studios’ slated schedule

This week, new DC Studios heads James Gunn and Peter Safran announced the first 10 projects as part of a shared universe spanning film and television, as well as live-action and animation. The announced roster includes mainstays like Superman, Batman and Robin while including deeper…

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