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Sophomore soccer player Younes Dayekh announced he is transferring to Saint Mary’s College of California. He was the second leading point scorer this past season and was named MVC Freshman of the Year in 2017. Junior Ellisha Davis of the women’s basketball team has left…

Editorial: Ice ice Bradley

Although it brought no classes for one and half days and videos of people throwing hot water into the sky, last week’s snow and cold weather also came with a downside for students. Monday morning’s rise in temperature melted some of the accumulated snow from…

Does the NBA need to change All-Star Voting?

No By: Josh Schwam Of course, letting NBA fans vote on accolades is a flawed system. In Major League Baseball, the winning league of the All-Star game gets home field advantage in the World Series.  It has a purpose and it encourages thoughtful voting. That…

A blast from the past

Many of us lament over the fact that the ‘90s are over, particularly the television shows we all grew up with. Who doesn’t wish shows like “Rugrats,” “The Wild Thornberrys” and “Hey Arnold!” were still around? In the very near future, those wishes will finally…

Benefit concert for campus colleague

Colleagues, friends and former students of Shirley Salazar gathered Sunday for a benefit concert to help cover her medical expenses. Salazar is an affiliate voice instructor at Bradley, the conductor of the Peoria Cooperative Academy Chorale and worship leader at Peoria Christian Fellowship Church. She…

LaHood discusses bipartisan politics

Ray LaHood, politician and alumnus of Bradley University (‘71), spoke about bipartisan leadership and the current state of the nation’s government in a lecture Thursday at Hayden-Clark Alumni Center. “I think people that are in public service, and I include myself in this, are driven…

Banquet highlights Hispanic heritage

Saturday night will be one filled with food and fun as the Association of Latin American Students hosts its annual Hispanic Heritage banquet at 6 p.m. in the Hayden Clark Alumni Center. “The banquet is our biggest event of the heritage month, and we use…

Be better, Blackhawks fans

Three Stanley Cups in five years is a treat. Oh my heavens, have the Chicago Blackhawks epitomized what a sports franchise should be. From the kind and generous fan interactions, to all of the nods to the lifelong fans who endured the brutalizing years, reaching…

Apples, apples and more apples

Fall break is fast approaching and it’s time to satisfy that orchard fix. Check out some of these stops throughout Illinois on the way home or on a fall trip. Near Peoria: Tanners Orchard Famous for its apple cider doughnuts, Tanners has been around since…

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