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A Growing Hempire

Growing up with conservative parents isn’t easy. When I broke up with my first high school boyfriend, I cried until my eyes turned red. My mom, thinking I was high, temporarily took away my phone until she realized what had actually happened. So imagine my…

En-gendering the conversation

It’s three in the morning on a school night and 14-year-old me is struggling to breathe as I button a plaid shirt up to my collar. In the mirror, I tuck my hair into a beanie and examine the flatness of my chest; I try…

Beat the burnout

Getting involved with as many organizations and activities that pique your interest within the first few weeks of school seems ideal, initially. College is the time to expand your mind and gain new experiences, after all. But, what happens when the novelty fades and the…

Police Reports: September 13, 2019

• At 11:30 a.m. on Sept. 4, a male construction worker reported to BUPD that another construction worker had punched him after he moved some wire in the Main Street construction zone. The male declined to press charges. • At approximately 4:30 p.m. Sept. 4,…

Bradley takes tournament on home floor

Last weekend, the Bradley volleyball team opened its 2019 home schedule with two wins and a tournament title. Make no mistake, it marked a successful showing for the Braves’ in their first homestand of the season. But the team’s record now stands at 2-4 entering…

Marketing changes bring renewed excitement in Athletics

Over the summer, changes are aplenty in any collegiate athletic department. Rosters change and new coaches are hired as others depart. Bradley’s summer changes went well beyond the athletic teams themselves. With the departure of former Assistant Athletic Director for Marketing and Fan Engagement Brooke…

First gen journey

First in your family to attend college.” Those words felt odd to even think, let alone read in an email. I was just a student, heading off to this First Generation Friday for free food and conversation. Leaving though, I felt oddly relieved. Longing even.…

Briefs: September 13, 2019

Internship advice from former engineers Students who completed a co-op or internship with Ameren Illinois, Milwaukee Tool, Morton Buildings Inc., NASA and many other organizations and businesses will be holding a panel discussion on how they prepared and researched at job fairs. The event will…

Women’s golf begins season on a high note

The goal for the Bradley women’s golf team remains the same each year: winning the Missouri Valley Conference Tournament. The team began its fall season with a second place finish at the Redbird Invitational last weekend, three strokes back of champion Xavier. The Braves made…

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