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Editorial: Library hours changed

The hours at the Cullom-Davis Library were recently changed to open earlier on the weekend and close earlier during the week. Some study late at night, some study early in the morning on the weekend. Although it seems like a slight change, the new hours…

Police Reports: February 15, 2019

At approximately 12:45 a.m. on Feb. 8 at the 1200 block of Frink St., a male reported to BUPD that four males robbed him and that one had a revolver. The male he said knew two of the suspects and admitted that he was going…

Briefs: February 15, 2019

Peoria Pizza Works to host dangerously fun night From 8 p.m. to midnight on Feb. 16 at Peoria Pizza Works, several unique and dangerous acts, including a heavy metal belly dancing group, will be performing in the Lovers and Losers Anti-Valentine’s Show. Local bookstore invites…

Police Reports: February 8, 2019

On Feb. 5, a female student notified BUPD after she noticed some change missing from her vehicle. There was no damage to the vehicle, but she said items in her car had been moved around. There are no suspects at this time. A fire alarm…

Editorial: Radio silence confuses listeners

The university licensed Peoria public radio station, WCBU-FM, will partner with Bloomington’s WGLT-FM. There has been a lot of community confusion and frustration, and we believe the administration could have done more to combat this. The Scout has received several letters to the editor laying…

Brief: February 8, 2019

Galentine’s Day Sip ‘N Shop to offer weekend outing From 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Feb. 9, guests of Northwoods Mall can celebrate Galentine’s Day early through shopping, treats, mocktails, wine tasting, live music and massages. Local bookstore to host Galentine’s Day night Lit…

Editorial: Ice ice Bradley

Although it brought no classes for one and half days and videos of people throwing hot water into the sky, last week’s snow and cold weather also came with a downside for students. Monday morning’s rise in temperature melted some of the accumulated snow from…

Letter: Wayne Nowlan

The decision to build a new Business and Engineering Complex on campus is an exciting development for everyone in Peoria.  But with this new building also comes a potential loss. Is everyone aware that WCBU-FM will be forced to move from its studios in Jobst…

Bittersweet, 2018

2018 has not been quiet on the Hilltop. We had some darkest moments this year, yet there were many amazing achievements as well. Changes in administration After former senior vice president for business affairs, Gary Anna, retired after 37 years of service, the university took…

Editorial: semester in review

Thumbs up Athletics One bright spot on the Hilltop this year was the performance of several athletic teams. The men’s and women’s cross country team won the Missouri Valley Conference, and the men went on to finish 24th at the national meet. The women’s basketball…

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