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Workplace comedies

What makes “The Office,” “Parks and Recreation” and “Brooklyn Nine-Nine” so darn likeable?  As I was scrolling through Netflix this past week, I found myself drawn to these workplace comedies that I’ve seen a million times before. I had to ask myself, “Why am I…

Ari’s not sorry

Popular culture princess and icon Ariana Grande released a game changing single on Nov. 3, and unless you live under a rock, you’ve probably encountered the aftermath of “thank u, next” dominating social media platforms. Grande’s relationship turmoil has been on display since her very…

Editorial: It’s time for training and consequences for non-compliance

Sexual assault awareness is reshaping the nation and it is changing Bradley’s campus as well. Both the speech team and electrical engineering program are successful programs at Bradley. Ken Young and In Soo Ahn were in influential positions within these programs. Without a doubt, their…

Show makes fantasy a reality

Dungeons and Dragons came to life on stage at Hartmann Center with the premiere of “She Kills Monsters” last night. Running until Nov. 18, the production is a coming-of-age story set in the world of the popular fantasy game, Dungeons and Dragons. It follows Agnes…

Lost in transition

As I hauled all my belongings into the cramped elevator and headed up to what would be my new home, there was only one thing on my mind – I was excited. It was the feeling of being in a new place with new people.…

Civil conversation

Growing up I was taught that opposites attract. However, I don’t know if that is the case anymore. As of late, people have been more and more attached to those who think and act exactly like themselves. They will close off to the rest of…

Beers with Bortles

“Jacksonville, Florida: the classiest city on earth.” The stadium reminded me of Detroit, as Kid Rock played throughout the stands. As I peered down at the tunnel, he appeared through the thick cloud of smoke emitted from the cheap cigarettes of fans. My hero, Blake…

Women overpower Quincy in exhibition

The Bradley women’s basketball team defeated Quincy University in an exhibition game last Saturday 91-62. There were many stoppages as it was a physical game with 48 fouls, but Bradley prevailed, out-rebounding the Hawks 58-30. The Braves took the lead at the 8:39 mark in…

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