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Braves prepared for NCAA tournament

The Bradley men’s basketball team enters uncharted territory Thursday, facing off against the No. 2 seeded Michigan State Spartans in the first round of the NCAA tournament. The No. 15 Braves will look for their first victory over the Big Ten champions in program history.…

Network issue affecting multiple Bradley systems

Bradley University experienced some major network connection issues started on Monday evening. Services affected include both Wi-Fi and wired internet connection and other Bradley systems that may require authentication. Services like Sakai, Bradley email system, Webster, MyBU, Interlibrary Loan System, and Student Activities Office systems…

In Wardle’s shoes we trust

What does a 98-year-old nun, Bill Murray and the cutest pug puppy you’ll ever see have in common? They all have been good luck charms for college basketball teams in March. The question Bradley basketball fans should be asking is: Will Brian Wardle’s bright red…

Bradley upsets top-seeded Loyola, 53-51

The Bradley men’s basketball team defeated Loyola-Chicago, 53-51, on Saturday in the Missouri Valley Conference semifinal, one year after the Ramblers sent the Braves home in last year’s semifinal. Junior guard Nate Kennell led all scorers with 19 points on 7-of-13 shooting, including five 3-pointers.…

2018’s Biggest Fantasy Football Sleepers

Quarterback – Derek Carr, Oakland Raiders: After coming off a fantastic 2016 season, Derek Carr regressed in 2017 by having one of the lowest passing touchdown totals in the league (22) and tying his career high for interceptions (13). High-quality quarterbacks such as Carr often…

ACBU Announces Nick Jonas As Fall Concert Headliner

The Activities Council of Bradley University (ACBU) announced on Aug. 1 that pop singer Nick Jonas will headline the fall concert at 8 p.m. Sept. 28 in Renaissance Coliseum. Jonas, a multi-platinum and Grammy-nominated artist, was formerly a member of the band The Jonas Brothers…

Panelists preach advocacy for Syria

As the Syrian refugee crisis wages on overseas, the disagreements about U.S. policy in the matter have not ceased either. On Wednesday, the Bradley International Affairs Organization (IAO) brought in three panelists from around the country to discuss humanitarian law in relation to Syria. The…

Help Camp Kesem come to Bradley

Camp Kesem, a new campus organization, is raising money in an attempt to make a colony on Bradley’s campus. This program provides a way for kids affected by their parent’s cancer to release the stress that comes from coping with the illness. The program supervisor,…

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