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The future is bright on the South Side of Chicago

For the next four or five years, Chicago may be home to the best pitching rotation in baseball.  During this past season, White Sox GM Kenny Williams made a brazen move to acquire Jake Peavy from the San Diego Padres. This transaction gives the Sox…

One-on-One: Which team is better?

Texas Tim Tebow may very well be one of the greatest college football players to ever play college ball, and might be the number one draft pick in the next NFL draft. That does not mean the Florida Gators are the best team in the…

Lady Braves secure second straight individual winner

For the second straight week, the women’s cross-country team had a first place individual runner. At the Bradley Open, the Braves ran a different group of girls than last week. “This is just a unique year when we had to schedule three races on the…

Scott places second in first college tournament

Last weekend, the women’s tennis team competed in its first tournament of the season at the Illinois State Invitational. Although, four players made it into final matches, the team only earned one title. “I thought the weekend went well, we competed hard for the first…

The Great Debate: CONCEPT ALBUMS

Concept albums are some of the most original pieces of work ever created. Though sometimes ignored, concept albums still have a place in the music world, and here at Voice, we’re kind of obsessed.  The two of us were sitting and talking about concept albums…

Bands You Should Know: Ace Enders

Richard Reins is a pop-punk conquistador. He and his sister Stefanie established independent powerhouse label Drive-Thru Records in 1996 and went on to discover some of the most influential pop-punk bands around, including New Found Glory, Midtown, The Starting Line and Dashboard Confessional. In 2001,…

Rockband “The Beatles” Game adds new challenge of three-part harmony

Without question, The Beatles is one of the most influential and highly praised rock ’n’ roll bands of all time. In only seven years, they were able to capture both the imagination and praise of a troubled youth during desperate times through their catchy, typically…

“500 Days of Summer” defies romantic expectations

Boy meets girl. Boy falls in love with girl. Boy fights with girl. Boy and girl make up with a grand gesture and live happily ever after.  Such is the set-up for most romantic movies. “(500) Days of Summer” is not one of those, with…

Condo project coming to Main

By next year, a new apartment complex on Main Street will have hopefully injected some “vitality” into the area, city planners said. The area between Main, Underhill and Russell Streets and Bourland Avenue now houses single family homes, a vacant lot and a vacant Walgreens…

Army ROTC back at Bradley in full force

ROTC and the military science program are back on campus this year with a much stronger program than last year and a more than 400 percent increase in student involvement. “The military science courses are specifically designed to teach young cadets leadership and to be…

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