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U.S. can’t ignore genocide

After the atrocities of the Holocaust, the world made a promise. Never again was our simple declaration. Never again would we turn a blind eye to the injustice and devastation of genocide and inhumanity. More than 60 years later, we have done just that. Repeatedly…

Forget cars – all you need is a bus

I am one of Bradley’s many car-less wonders. That’s right, my ID doesn’t open the parking deck gates and an extra set of keys doesn’t adorn my Bradley-approved lanyard. Like many others on campus, my only personal mode of transportation has been relegated to walking.…

Homecoming sees first home win for Braves

With 1,359 fans packed into Shea Stadium to cheer on their team during Saturday’s Homecoming Game, the soccer team was able to match the passion of the fans and pick up its first home win. “It’s a big deal,” said sophomore Paul Tracy, who scored…

Men’s tennis finishes strong, brings titles back to Hilltop

After struggling to start the season, the men’s tennis team returned to the Hilltop boasting four titles claimed at last weekend’s Western Illinois Invite. In singles play, the Braves went 16-5 and had two individual champions, and the winning didn’t stop there. Bradley went on…

Women finish 6th at Hawkeye Invitational

The women’s golf team placed sixth at last weekend’s Hawkeye Intercollegiate at Finkbine Golf Course thanks in part to a strong performance from sophomore Breanne Neufeld. “I was glad to see Breanne play some good golf,” coach Bo Ryan said. “She was overdue.” On the…

12 reasons why baseball rocked in ‘08

When I first sat down to write this column, I was planning on discussing the complete deflation every single Chicago baseball fan is joining me in feeling this week. After all, we just spent the last six months of our lives watching both of our…

One on One: Is the soccer team underachieving?

Yes Don’t get me wrong, the men’s soccer team is good, but it sure would be nice to see the team play well at Shea Stadium. So far this season, the Braves have played five games at home, producing only one victory. For a team…

Garrett Center to receive various renovations

Center gets new chairs, Senate committee has five more upgrades in mind, Ben Koch said In a campaign started last year by the Student Senate Diversity Committee, renovations to the Garrett Center have begun. Student Body Vice President Ben Koch said the committee has several…

Alumni donations to fun Alumni Center

Three alumni recently donated a total of $5 million to be used to finance a new alumni center. Alumni Jerry and Marilyn Hayden and alumnus Bob Clark and his wife Kathleen have donated $2.5 million each. University President Joanne Glasser said she hopes construction will…

VP candidates face off in debate

With the nation watching, the two vice-presidential candidates squared off in their first and only debate last Thursday. “This debate was more intense than the first presidential debate,” political science professor Craig Curtis said. “Both candidates were tightly focused and on task.” All eyes were…

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