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first_imgThe Saint Mary’s College Student Activity Board (SAB) hosted Midnight Madness on Wednesday night to celebrate school spirit and build excitement for the midnight announcement of this year’s SMC Tostal performer, Sammy Adams.  Junior SAB member Anna Vaughn said the event unites students from all class years for a night of light-hearted games and activities.  “The purpose is to bring classes together in fun competition,” Vaughn said. “Everyone comes together not only as a class, but also as a school.”  SAB set up a variety of activities, including dodgeball, “minute to win it” games, hula-hoop contests, an Oreo-eating contest complete with milk, a relay race and a tug-of-war competition. Senior Emily Skirtich said the night’s events foster both competition and community among Saint Mary’s students.  “I love the class competition aspect of Midnight Madness,” Skirtich said. “It’s a great way to bring a sense of community to our school. And I love the ‘minute to win it’ games.” Vaughn said students were encouraged to wear clothes in their respective class colors, with seniors in blue, juniors in green, sophomores in pink and first years in purple.  The South Bend community also contributed donations to Midnight Madness, Vaughn said.  “We also try to promote community businesses as well,” Vaughn said. “We were able to get a lot of donations from local businesses.”  Businesses such as Bruno’s Pizza, Salon Rouge, Dairy Maid and the Shaheen Bookstore donated prizes for many of the Midnight Madness games and activities.  First year Maeve Curly said she was excited to participate in activities at her first Midnight Madness.  “I think [Midnight Madness] is so much fun,” Curly said. “And I really like how it encourages school spirit at Saint Mary’s.”  First year Kelly Crooksesaid she was impressed by the hard work SAB put intoemaking the event a success.  “They did such a nice job promoting the event,” Crooks said. “It showed me that it must be a great way to support the school as well.”last_img read more


first_imgThe Drake University men’s basketball team takes to the road for its second meeting of the season against Bradley on Saturday evening at 7 p.m. In Carver Arena.Earlier this season, the Bulldogs defeated the Braves, 80-70, in Des Moines behind Graham Woodward’s career-high 23 points and 19 points from Reed Timmer.Drake makes the trek to Peoria with a 6-21 overall record and a 1-14 mark in MVC action. Bradley stands at 4-24 overall and 2-13 in league action. The Bulldogs have won four-straight regular-season meetings over Bradley but have lost two of the last three meetings in Peoria.Timmer needs 35 points to reach the 500-point mark this season and become the 19th Bulldog to reach that milestone. He is currently averaging 17.2 points per game, the third-highest average in the MVC.Drake’s young roster has been buoyed as late by sophomore Ore Arogundade and freshman center Dominik Olejniczak. Arogundade has averaged 8.8 points and 6.2 rebounds per game in the last nine games and led Drake in rebounding in five of those games.Olejniczak has also seen his offensive production surge as he is 35-of-43 from the field in the last 10 games. He has scored eight or more points in four-straight games with two double-figure scoring games in that span.Their combined efforts have helped Drake outrebound six of its last eight opponents.Bradley is led by a pair scorers averaging 9.1 points per game in Donte Thomas and Dwayne Lautier-Ogunleye. The Braves are one of the few teams in he MVC with a roster younger than the Bulldogs. The Braves are the nation’s youngest team with 10 of its 12 active players being freshman.Saturday’s two rosters also feature seven international student-athletes. All-told, eight nations and four continents will be represented on the court Saturday.Following Saturday’s game, Drake will play its final road game of the season on Wednesday, Feb. 24, at Missouri State.Print Friendly Versionlast_img read more