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Precycling: The Midwest’s helping hand for Mother Nature

As wildfires persist in the West and hurricanes engulf the South, the need to stop climate change couldn’t be more pressing. That being said, it’s easy to become complacent when living in the Midwest. The natural disasters that bombard the coasts of our nation are…

Koenig embraces role of ‘The General’

The Bradley women’s basketball team bestowed the nickname “The General” on point guard Tatum Koenig. It only seems fitting, since the junior’s biggest goal is to lead the Braves on a conquest of the Missouri Valley Conference title.  Koenig’s leadership role is showcased on the…

Dutch Dynamite: after redshirt season, Mast looks to continue BU’s international movement

In recent years, the Bradley basketball program has established a legacy of recruiting European stars. Now, after a season on the sidelines due to injury, redshirt freshman Rienk Mast hopes to continue that tradition. Growing up in the Netherlands, basketball wasn’t a family tradition for…

Editorial: Pass/fail needs more than a yes/no answer

Last Thursday, university provost Walter Zakahi sent an email to all students announcing that the university will not be implementing a pass/fail option this semester. After months of the student body pushing for the grading system through campus discourse, a change.org petition, Student Senate presentations,…

Rank my drink: Campustown bubble teas

I had never tried boba until my freshman year, but now I have tried many of the flavors that Thanh Linh and Dang Bahn Mi and Poke offer, and I have become obsessed with bubble tea. Bubble tea is a tea-based beverage commonly served with…

‘The whole world is watching:’ a review of ‘The Trial of the Chicago 7’

“THE WHOLE WORLD IS WATCHING.”  The chant echoes throughout Aaron Sorkin’s new historical courtroom drama based on the legal proceedings following the protests at the 1968 Democratic National Convention in Chicago. This simple yet powerful statement inspires the central figures to use their even larger…

Police Reports: November 13, 2020

On Nov. 4 at 3:30 p.m., three female students were catcalled by a vehicle of males unaffiliated with the university on the 1100 block of W. Bradley Ave. near the St. James apartment complex. The students told police that they were walking on the sidewalk…

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