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Cross country preps for regional meet

Bradley’s cross country teams competed at the Notre Dame Invitational Oct. 3 against some of the top college teams in the country. The women’s team fared best, finishing 10th out of 20 teams including three teams ranked in the U.S. Track and Field and Cross…

Homecoming court announced

Bradley will host its annual Homecoming Court pageant Oct. 6 at 7 p.m. in Student Center Ballroom. Eleven women and four men applied to be on the 2014 Homecoming Court. To apply, students were required to submit a résumé and reply to five short-answer questions.…

Freshmen make lasting memories after four weeks

Forgetting the essentials at home, getting lost while walking to class or debating one’s major, as a freshman there is a lot to worry about during the first few weeks of school. But, there is also a lot to look forward to: that first “A,”…

Climate Professor to Speak on Hot Topic Issue

The debate on climate change will heat up when field expert Donald Wuebbles comes to campus Sept. 22. Wuebbles, a professor of atmospheric sciences, will conduct a lecture titled “Our Changing Climate: The 2014 U.S. National Climate Assessment.” The lecture will be in Olin Hall…

Sex Scandals and Social Change

I’d like to take a moment and ask a question in regards to the Jennifer Lawrence (and many others) “scandal,” and that is this: why now? This is not a question of why these photos are now circulating. Honestly, they could have been leaked at…

Facebook Folly

Once again, Facebook is in hot water concerning — you guessed it — the privacy of its users. Recently, the social media behemoth announced that everyone who uses the Facebook mobile app must download Facebook Messenger if they want to communicate with friends through the…

University to make significant budget cuts

In an email sent to Bradley faculty and staff on Tuesday, University President Joanne Glasser announced that the campus community could expect significant budget cuts during the upcoming school year. According to Glasser, the need for these cuts may be largely attributed to the smaller…

Policy Analyst Explores Religious Tolerance

With religious tolerance as a hot topic in today’s society, a recent lecture, called “What Religious Freedom Is and What It Is No,t” explained the drive for religious tolerance. More than 100 people gathered Monday night for a lecture featuring Rob Boston, a senior policy…

Student wins free bookstore money in Facebook contest

What would you do if you had a chance to win a $500 bookstore gift card? Would you spend it all on textbooks or on fun reads instead? The Bradley bookstore gave that chance to all Bradley students a few weeks ago when it made…

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