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Greek Night BU poses as an exclusive event

On Monday, Late Night BU hosted Greek Night BU to provide an alternative choice to traditional “Blackout Monday” activities that occur after InterFraternity and Panhellenic recruitment is completed. For many, it was an opportunity to unite, socialize and catch up with members of the greek…

Students should be involved in politics

After college students played a vital role in the 2008 presidential election. Does anyone else get the feeling that Bradley is going to have virtually no role in the 2012 election? Judging by the political activism on campus, the 2012 election is going to be…

Bradley ID updates for convenience, security

Bradley student identification cards have under gone a major facelift, providing new features and tools for the convenience of students. The new ID cards serve the same functionality as the older ones, but now they have several added bonus features such as access to dormitory…

Undefeated Braves rise in soccer poll

The Bradley soccer team remained undefeated on the season in two home matches last week, boosting its national ranking on TopDrawerSoccer.com to No. 23 spot. The Braves rose 14 spots in the poll that projects the 48 teams that are most likely to participate in…

Women’s tennis takes the court with young team

tersen’s women’s tennis team had only one player who was not an underclassman. This year is not much different, with Brigitte Graf and Kennedy Scott as the only players with more than one year of experience on the team in addition to six freshmen added…

Cross Country looks to improve

Not many people can run a 5K in under 20 minutes, yet the Bradley men’s and women’s cross country team make it appear easy as they gear up for the 2011-12 season. The women’s cross country team was voted to finish third in the Missouri…

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