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Posts published in November 2015

Speak Up event hears student concerns

Students submitted questions to Bradley administration and staff members about campus issues at Student Senate’s annual Speak Up event Monday night in the Student Center…

Protest supports Mizzou, creates awareness

Students gathered in front of Bradley Hall on a cold, rainy Monday morning to support the students of color at Mizzou and to raise awareness…

Emotional turmoil sweeps the globe

Upon realizing the extent of the attacks against Paris, we felt uneasy, saddened and helpless. With the threat of ISIS (or ISIL) and our ever-healing…

Call Him, Ishmael

Trying to find a good book is different than trying to find an interesting movie to watch. There are no trailers with musical scores and…

Bieber Fever Outbreak

It’s a rare occurrence when an artist has a successful comeback after falling through the cracks, especially when their reputation has been tainted by bad…

What really matters

Last week, The Scout briefly covered theevents at Mizzou, where there were racially charged protests and created a divide among the students on Mizzou’s campus.…

Keep it in the family

Turkey day: a celebration to give thanks by consuming immense amounts of food and conversing with your family and friends. Unfortunately, the conversation may not…

A tribute to a jazz legend

Seventeen years after his death, jazz legend Frank Sinatra’s legacy will live on as his music fills the Hartmann Center. In celebration of Sinatra’s 100th…