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Posts published in March 2016

Talking about my generation

Millennial has become a dirty word. If you Google it, you’ll be overwhelmed by a sea of think pieces about how lazy, entitled, delusional, shallow, oversensitive, apathetic and coddled we all are. Baby Boomers and Gen Xers seem to think the average Millennial is an…

Spring Break!

Stuck in the Peoria area for Spring Break, or don’t have the time or resources to take off the whole week? There are plenty of options for weekend trips only a few hours from campus, and here’s a few gathered by yours truly, The Scout.…

Brief: Student Scholarship Expo now accepting applications

The Student Scholarship Expo, a campus-wide annual event, will take place from April 12 to 14. The expo is a showcase intended for undergraduate and graduate students to display their semester-long projects in their specific disciplines in front of a panel of judges. The final…

One on one: Who will win the MVC Tournament

Wichita State By Alex Kryah Chris, I don’t think there is much of an argument here as to who will win the Missouri Valley Conference tournament this upcoming weekend. Much to the chagrin of the fans of upsets, we’re going to see the best team…

Editorial: Students are more than numbers

Enrollment is an increasing concern at colleges across the country. There are hardships coming from multiple places: uncertain state and federal funding, lagging registration and employee compensation. With these concerns, it can be easy to lose track of the individual value of each student. While…

Students contribute to women’s history hall of fame

Two Bradley students will present awards to a group of women as part of women’s history month today at LUNAFEST, a collection of six short films by and about women. The award ceremony is the culmination of several months of work by students Jenna Krukowski…

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