Reliving history straight from the books: Con. John Lewis visits campus

After former president of South Africa Nelson Mandela died last December, world leaders mourned the loss of a champion for Civil Rights. Several United States Congress members made the trip to Africa, including Ill.’s Aaron Schock ’02 and John Lewis from Georgia’s 5th district. Lewis told Schock he had met […]



Baseball falls to Missouri State, sweeps Huskies Baseball falls to Missouri State, sweeps Huskies

Following a week that featured splitting even in a series win at SIU-Carbondale and a loss at SIU-Evansville, the Braves squared off against Missouri State and Northern Illinois University. The result was considerably less than they hoped. Due to an incoming storm, there was a schedule change that occurred late […]

Softball drops two vs. Southern Illinois Softball drops two vs. Southern Illinois

In a weekend that included a furious comeback, an ejection and Mother Nature toying with the schedule, there was also some softball played. Bradley’s softball team dropped two games to Southern Illinois April 12 and 13, taking the first game of a doubleheader Saturday before dropping the last two to […]

One-on-One: Most surprising start to MLB Season?

Milwaukee Brewers Almost two weeks into the Major League Baseball season, a couple of teams have shown surprising efforts so far. However, the most surprising team by far is the Milwaukee Brewers. Let’s not mention their series against the Cardinals earlier this week. They lost to St. Louis by a […]

THE NEW FACE OF LATE NIGHT

After more than 20 years as the host of “The Late Show,” David Letterman will give up his late night throne and pass the proverbial torch to none other than millennial icon Stephen Colbert. It was announced April 10 that Colbert would become the new host of “The Late Show” […]

Outkast at Coachella

I was in the 5th grade when I heard OutKast for the first time. Their album “Speakerboxxx/The Love Below” had come out earlier that school year, and it was hands down one of the coolest things I had ever heard in my life. From the funky fresh sounds of “The […]

CAMPUS KICK-BACKS

April 21-25: Derby Days Sigma Chi fraternity will be hosting its Derby Days philanthropy event. Events for the week will include a speaker from the Children’s Hospital of Illinois, mural painting and a burger cookout, the derby darling pageant and a serenade from members of each sorority on campus. April […]

Editorial 4.18.13: Live events provide more insight

There’s a wealth of information out there. It can come from “TED Talks”, the History Channel, the news or even Buzzfeed when “legitimate” articles are posted. And websites like reddit, imgur and Facebook help new knowledge reach the fringes of the technological world. But there’s something to be said about […]

SCOUT SENIOR COLUMNS

So it’s finally here. As a senior, I have long-awaited the end of school, through the long days of class and long nights of homework. But at the same time, I don’t want these college memories to end. I came to Bradley in fall 2012 as a transfer student, and […]

SCOUT SENIOR COLUMNS

Walking through campus last week for a group meeting, it finally hit me. I looked up and realized how beautiful this place is. Although, I did question if Bradley actually spray paints its grass that beautiful green color. No, I’m not going to appreciate the insane student debt I’ve accumulated […]