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Posts published in September 2016

Comedian breaks stigma of mental health with comedy

Comedian and writer Kevin Breel shared his story of struggle with depression and suicide in the Michel Student Center Ballroom last night. He started off by talking about his father’s depression and how his father used alcohol to cope. “I grew up in a home…

Tennis captures pair of titles

The Bradley Invitational, the women’s tennis team’s only home event of the fall, serves as the team’s final tune up before the Missouri Valley Conference individual championships, which take place next week. For seniors Ashley Thai and Ariel Dechter and junior Aimee Manfredo, the results…

Debate watch party draws crowd

Motivated by free pizza and a place for conversation, a crowd of students, faculty, staff and community members filled the Michel Student Center ballroom Monday evening to watch the first presidential debate between Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton. The event was hosted by College Republicans…

Organization donates defibrillators to campus

Student Senate announced Monday that Bradley’s campus has received a donation from Advanced Medical Transport of Peoria of three new automated external defibrillators. Amanda Fuller, Senate’s vice president of Campus Safety, said she started looking into bringing more AEDs to campus after a student expressed…

Bad Skittles. Bad Posts. Good Humor.

The apple doesn’t fall too far from the tree. If you think Trump is an insensitive dummy, we’d like to cordially introduce you to his son. Last week, the Republican presidential candidate’s son, Donald Trump Jr., decided to post on Twitter about Syrian refugees and…

Humans of the Hilltop: Brian Joschko

Like many students, Chief of the Bradley University Police Department Brian Joschko changed his undergraduate major several times before deciding on the one he felt fit. Joschko completed his undergraduate studies at Marquette University, starting in electrical engineering, switching to civil engineering, thinking about accounting…

The best things to try at Tanner’s

The leaves are turning brown, the air is crisp and people are breaking out their pants, which can only mean one thing: fall is here. For Bradley students and surrounding Peoria residents, the arrival of fall comes with festive trips to Tanner’s Orchard. Located at…

Debate One-on-One

Who was the real loser of Monday’€s debate? The Scout staff got together for a one-on-one. Hillary Clinton totally lost By: Sammantha Dellaria Hillary Clinton left the debate stage Monday night with her supporters shouting, “Hill yes!” Clinton made a good attempt to best her…

Former senator to talk bipartisanship on campus

Students and the public will get a chance to hear former Sen. Tom Daschle speak about his book, “Crisis Point,” at 7 p.m. Oct. 3 in the Hayden Clark Alumni Center. The book, co-authored by Sen. Tom Daschle and former Sen. Trent Lott, covers the…

Since You Didn’t Ask: Sitting is the new smoking

As human beings, we can do no right. It seems as if a new study is released almost daily, revealing another part of our existence that is slowly killing us. Heck, it’s hard to find a food these days that isn’t somehow linked to cancer.…

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