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Posts published by “Sammantha Dellaria”

Speaker talks gender divide in sports media

Students gained insight on the gender divide in the sports industry by listening to the perspective of an experienced journalist Wednesday. Tina Akouris, the digital news editor for the Chicago Tribune, visited campus to speak with students at 5:30 p.m. in the Horowitz Auditorium of…

Group fitness classes see low numbers

Sometimes it’s difficult to find time to work out while in college. Family Student Markin Recreation Center offers a variety of group fitness classes designed to help students lead a healthy lifestyle, but attendance shows students aren’t taking advantage of them. Shelly Walker, a group…

The problem I have with all-female casts in remakes

I’m a movie buff. There is honestly nothing I find more exciting than taking a trip to the movie theater, buying a huge bucket of popcorn and sitting down to enjoy a new flick. Everything about watching a movie and going to a theater brings…

Research-focused students take part in new program

Over the summer, three Bradley University students participated in the first Summer Undergraduate Research and Artistry Fellowship Program through the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences. The program, which was administered by LAS associate dean of engaged learning Derek Montgomery, was designed to help students…

Local Business Review: Ice Cream Shack

In some of the most hard-hitting, investigative reporting I have ever done for The Scout, I tasted various ice creams for sale at Ice Cream Shack. Located at 2313 NE. Adams St., Ice Cream Shack is a seasonal ice cream stand that is only open…

The history behind One World

Despite its reputation for being diverse, One World Cafe wasn’t always the restaurant that Peoria knows it to be today. One of the owners, Amy Eid, said her husband and his brothers originally opened the business as a coffee shop that also sold other materials…

Tyler Ford shares story, gender experience

Students were able to find some common ground after listening to speaker and writer Tyler Ford Wednesday in Neumiller Hall. Common Ground, Bradley’s gay-straight alliance, invited Ford to speak about their experience with gender identity. Ford, who identifies as agender and asexual, spoke to students…

Figuring it out

When I was in high school, I thought I had it all figured it. I had my college major picked out by the time I was a sophomore, and I continued planning and detailing my career goals for after I finished college. But, how, at…

Prestigious award given for opportunity to travel abroad

Since 1946, the Fulbright Award has been granted to exemplary students worldwide who demonstrate strong academic and leaderships skills. This year, the award was given to one of Bradley’s very own. Senior Sojourner White, a psychology and Spanish double major, will participate in the Fulbright…