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Comedian cracks up campus

From teaching in high school classrooms to touring college campuses, comedian Orlando Baxter appeared on the Hilltop Wednesday evening, making Bradley students laugh until their stomachs hurt. ACBU brought Baxter to entertain students in the Student Center Ballroom. Baxter has been performing comedy for 14…

Nudes declassified school survival guide

Warning: The following content may not be suitable for some readers. If this topic makes you uncomfortable, do not proceed. Are your nudes becoming dull, forgettable? Duck lips and a leg popped just not doin’ it anymore? Luckily for you, I’ve compiled a list of…

Get a look at the life of Getz

Religious studies professor Daniel Getz was born in Denver, Colorado, shortly after World War II. His parents were both veterans; his mother in the army and his father a Marine. His mother was stationed at a hospital in India, with regiments of Chinese and Japanese…

Light stalking is not the way to a girl’s heart

As a 5-foot-2-inch girl who wears all black, leather and screws as earrings, I’ve been described as intimidating as hell. However, I was intimidated as hell when a boy from my senior year art class asked me what exact color I dyed my hair so…

Police Reports: February 15, 2019

At approximately 12:45 a.m. on Feb. 8 at the 1200 block of Frink St., a male reported to BUPD that four males robbed him and that one had a revolver. The male he said knew two of the suspects and admitted that he was going…

Parry the sword: Advance to victory

What do “The Princess Bride,” “Gladiator” and the Bradley Fencing Club all have in common? Swords, lots of swords. Clay McKinley, president of the club and senior electrical engineering major, stated that there is something special about fencing that cannot be found anywhere else on…

Fondue you have plans Friday?

Pop-soul music and the scent of chocolate will waft through the Michel Student Center on Feb. 15 at 7 p.m., hopefully renewing that expired Valentine’s Day feeling of love. Nico Franc, a Los Angeles based independent singer-songwriter, will be visiting campus following a recent sold-out…

Boylston or Broadway?

Last week, Assistant Sports Editor Ronan Khalsa spewed his heart and soul to you in a column on how much he loves New England sports, and why they were unequivocally the best sports region ever. The Vermont native mentioned the recent dominance of New England…

A brief history of Valentine’s Day

The rituals evolved around Valentine’s Day are vast and varied, but where do these rituals come from? Why exactly do we give each other chocolate, cards and flowers? Who was this Valentine guy, anyway? Valentine’s Day springs from the Roman festival of Lupercalia. Rather than…

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