News

Campus lockdown ends safely

At 11:11 p.m. Monday night, students received a BU foreWarn text message that said, “Lockdown immediately. Shots fired/armed person area of 1106 Bourland. Suspect headed West. Wait for further instructions.” Three more forewarn messages were sent, tracking the progress of … read more

Sports

Junior pitcher Brent Stong checks to first during Sunday’s game vs. Evansville. The Braves lost 10-0. Photo from Scout Archives.

Baseball takes UE series, fall to Wisconsin-Milwaukee

The Missouri Valley Conference is a good baseball conference. The Valley currently ranks seventh in Ratings Percentage Index (RPI), just behind the Big Ten and ahead of more prominent conferences like the Big East. Bradley’s baseball team has a lot … read more

Voice

Do The Right Thing on Social Media

I’ve tried to remain Switzerland on this issue for as long as I could, but enough is enough, y’all; We need to improve how we utilize social media during periods of unrest. Earlier this week, riots broke out in Baltimore … read more

Opinion

Editorial: Student Senate exec fails ‘Democracy 101’

President of the Student Body Sarah Handler presented two bylaw amendments to the General Assembly April 20, both of which proposed the creation of new positions. The first amendment proposed the creation of a chief of staff that would join … read more

Web-only

Speaker motivates young entrepreneurs

Tejas Shastry, a young entrepreneur, offered advice to students on how to start a company, hone their products and achieve success Friday night in Westlake Hall. “Most people think it’s all about having a brilliant idea, but that’s just a … read more