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Posts published in March 2016

Spring into Fashion – Trend Tips

Spring is officially upon us, which means spring fashion is finally here! It’s time to say “goodbye” to the parkas and “hello” to new prints. Jumping into a new season of fashion is the perfect opportunity to find out what you like and what style…

Markin Recreational Center looking to fill open positions

The Bradley Office of Student Affairs is currently searching to fill two vacant positions at the Markin Recreational Center. Two search committees were put together to find candidates to fill the positions of Assistant Director of Campus Recreation, Programs and Assistant Director of Campus Recreation,…

Administrators, students promote sexual assault awareness

With Sexual Assault Awareness Month coming up next week, The Scout would like to remind students of the resources available to them regarding sexual assault. Safety alerts and underreporting The Bradley University Police Department sent a safety alert email March 6 about a female student…

Speaker discusses Latina struggles in America

The Association of Latin American Students provided the opportunity to learn more about the issues and struggles Latina women face in America. A.L.A.S. hosted filmmaker and human rights activist Barbara Martinez Jitner Wednesday in the Student Center Ballroom. Jitner produced, “La Frontera,” a documentary about…

SONOR invites students to take a critical look at choices

Far from flying under the radar, one student group on campus has been busy all year with a variety of drug and alcohol campaigns. SOcial NORming (SONOR), a marketing and advertising group within the Wellness Program, focuses on creating campaigns that promote awareness about substance…

New DARS system in the works

The Bradley University Registrar’s Office and Office of Computing Services are working on updating the DARS system for students. The DARS system is a document that lists academic curriculum for every major or minor that a Bradley student opts to pursue. The Registrar’s Office, which…

Driver’s License: Now or Later?

To drive or not to drive — that is the question for Millenials who’ve been reluctant to get their drivers’ licenses as early in life as their predecessors. A recent report from NBC Nightly News found that less teens are visiting their local DMVs by…

Brief: The Bradley Speech Team presents “Night Before Nationals” showcase

The Bradley University Speech Team recently took home its 16th consecutive state championship, with eight students receiving individual championship awards. Their “Night Before Nationals” showcase event will demonstrate to audience members the work speech team members have dedicated all year before heading to their national…

There is no “good enough”

I remember the Kylie Jenner lip challenge. Then there was the collar bone challenge, where people tried to balance rolls of quarters on their protruding clavicles to prove their thinness. After that was the obsession with thigh gaps, and now we have the paper waist…

One-on-One: Who will win the NCAA Tournament?

Oklahoma By: Kevin Lindgren March Madness is upon us. With the Sweet 16 upon us, it’s time to start narrowing in on the potential champion. This year, I believe the Oklahoma Sooners will win the NCAA Tournament. Why is Oklahoma going to win? Two words:…

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