Breaking the stigma through poetry

As the semester comes to a close for Bradley students, finals, projects and the many stressors of college life are all taking over. The Activities Council of Bradley University (ACBU) decided to use poetry to bring more attention to mental … read more


Baseball swats Redbirds

Paced by their offense for the second straight week, the Bradley baseball team took two out of three games for a series win against rival Illinois State. The Braves produced 10 or more hits in each game to outscore the … read more


DAMN., Kendrick

If you missed those “good kid, m.A.A.d city” K-Dot vibes, then you’re in for a treat with Kendrick Lamar’s fourth studio album, “DAMN.” And if you didn’t think he could get any better, you will be pleasantly surprised. Released on … read more


University response to security risks appropriate

Last week, The Scout published a story regarding the security of Bradley’s QuickCard ID system. Within the article, an anonymous source was quoted providing insight into the security risks of QuickCard IDs. In the following days, the anonymous source sent … read more


Panelists preach advocacy for Syria

As the Syrian refugee crisis wages on overseas, the disagreements about U.S. policy in the matter have not ceased either. On Wednesday, the Bradley International Affairs Organization (IAO) brought in three panelists from around the country to discuss humanitarian law … read more