Author Archives: Scout

Brief: Families flock to the Hilltop

Parents, siblings and other family members are invited to campus for Family Weekend Sept. 19 to 21. This event focuses on giving students’ family members a chance to share the Bradley experience. On Friday, ACBU Cinema invites families to Marty Theatre for “How to Train Your Dragon 2” at 8 p.m. The movie is free […]

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Brief: Bradley named fourth best school in the Midwest

U.S. News and World Report ranked Bradley as the fourth best Midwestern university in its 2015 list of top universities. According to the report, Bradley was awarded fourth place due to its variety of majors, numerous campus organizations and opportunities for real world experience. Students may choose from 250 clubs and activities, while athletes have […]

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Your move: Stand up or black out?

On Sept. 12, 2011, Bradley greeks helped host a Late Night BU to counter parties inspired by the end of fraternity and sorority recruitment, commonly known as Blackout Monday. With nearly 1,880 students in attendance, many of which were greek, the university and greek executive board members deemed Greek Night BU a success. In 2012 […]

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Brief: OLLI Shuttle seeks drivers

Student shuttle drivers are needed for the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute (OLLI). The shuttle is used to transport OLLI members who have difficulty walking from Michel Student Center to Westlake Hall. Drivers are needed Wednesdays: Oct. 1, 8, 15 and 22. Another day may be added on Oct. 25. The shuttle operates from 7:45 a.m. […]

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Police Reports: 2014-09-12

• A female student found another female student passed out on the sidewalk in the 900 block of Elmwood Ave. near the Heitz Hall emergency phone at 11:40 p.m. Sept. 3. The intoxicated student woke up and walked to the third floor of Heitz Hall. Officers dispatched to the scene tried to question the female. […]

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Brave students, bright future

Something is different this year. It’s not an obvious change. No bulletin boards are covered with flyers announcing it, and no professors are mentioning it. In fact, you may be missing it altogether unless you are paying close attention. But we’ve noticed. Campus is abuzz with a low rumble unfamiliar to those who have been […]

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Brief: Concert series to fund music scholarships

Bradley University’s Music Scholarhsip Concert Series is compiled of eight scheduled performances to provide support for music student scholarships. The first performance, “The Women of Constance”, is scheduled in the Dingeldine Music Center on Sunday, Sept. 21 at 3 p.m. The student performers include Chee Hyeon Choi and Andrea Molina on piano, Kyle Dzapo on […]

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