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Posts published in October 2017

Porter’s Psychic Portal

If you were ever to pass John Porter on campus, he would have appeared like any average, non-traditional student would: decked out in a red Bradley sweatshirt, attending classes and going about his day unnoticed. However, if you were to engage in a conversation with…

Volleyball outlast Salukis

The Bradley volleyball team put up a 1-1 record last weekend to close out a four-game road swing. The Braves played the league-leading Missouri State Bears Friday, losing in five sets, but redeemed themselves Saturday with a five-set victory over Southern Illinois. Bradley dropped the…

Get involved in gun control conversation

On Oct. 1, the mass shooting in Las Vegas left the country once again in shock. 20,000 people entered a concert venue that evening hoping to enjoy a night listening to country music. 58 people never left. Over 500 concert-goers suffered serious injuries. Thousands of…

Tennis serves up strong showing at regional

The Bradley tennis team wrapped up their fall action at the Intercollegiate Tennis Association (ITA) Central Region Championships in Lawerence, Kansas last Friday. Junior Malini Wijesinghe and freshman Sandra Malentin both notched individual victories for the Braves at the tournament. Wijesinghe won her opening match…

Subgenres of Spooky

The season for willingly disturbing ourselves is upon us. Whether youre looking to be scared senseless with demons and slasher killers, or just be put on edge by high-stakes and mind-warping mysteries, there is a film out there for you. The trick is knowing how…

Killer Scores

Imagine every shark attack scene in the movie Jaws without its iconic two-note score: dunnn dun dunnn dun dun dun dun dun dun. For films like Jaws, the score plays an invaluable component in amping up the suspense. In fact, the actual shark in Jaws…

Senior column (part 1)

As the longest standing member of The Scout, Ive decided that I am deserving of a two-part senior column.) Is this extra of me? Yes. Do I care what you think? No. Part 1 of my senior column will feature my potential future paths because…

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