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CollegeShare expands business

One Bradley student has started not one, but two startups aimed toward helping his peers continue learning outside the classroom. Last fall, junior entrepreneurship major Zac Copper created College Share, a book-exchange website exclusive to Bradley students. Now, Copper has released a note sharing website…

QuickCard ID Security Update

Bradley officials alerted campus that it began updating the Blackboard system yesterday morning in order to eliminate the use of the magnetic stripe on ID cards in an email sent Wednesday. The update means students need to tap instead of swipe their ID cards for…

Bradley ID cards: AT RISK OF SECURITY ISSUES?

Last week a Bradley ID card was mistakenly issued to a 60-year-old non-student. He asked the Controller’s Office for one, which he received because he happened to have the same name as an incoming freshman. The incident has since raised questions about the policies of…

Failing with my friends

My biggest fear has always been failure, but when I graduated high school, I felt absolutely prepared to start the next chapter of my life at Bradley. When I arrived to campus, however, failure walked up to me, shook my cocky hand, slapped my naïve…

Facilities power washes Sexual Assault Awareness Month chalking

Residential Life wrote messages in blue chalk on sidewalks across campus Monday night as part of its “Chalk it Out” event for Sexual Assault Awareness Month, but Bradley Facilities Management power washed some of the chalk from sidewalks the next day. Executive Director of Student…

Controller’s Office incorrectly issues Bradley ID to Peoria man

The Controller’s Office mistakenly issued a Bradley QuickCard ID on Monday to a Peoria man around the age of 60 who has had several run-ins with police officers within the past week. The man told an assistant in the Controller’s Office, which handles the distribution…

Best cheap wines in Peoria

Everyone is broke in college; it’s a fact of life. Similarly, most college students like to go out, hang with friends and drink a little. The Scout reviewed some of the best (and worst) cheap wines offered at Aldi (one of the best places to…

Neil-ed it

Actor Neil Flynn, best known for his roles as Mike Heck in “The Middle” and the janitor in “Scrubs,” spent his weekend lunching at One World, taking selfies with students and reminiscing about life on Fredonia, marking his first visit to campus since graduating from…

Fortune favors the Brave (Pitch)

Edible plates. QR-code syllabuses. Uber-able alcohol. Those were just some of the innovative product and service ideas pitched by 25 students in front of three judges and a room full of peers Wednesday night in Westlake Hall. Winning first place and a prize of $250,…

Get to know the Student Body Officer candidates

President: Dave Jensen Year: Junior Major: Management and leadership Main goal: “Some of my main goals include increasing event partnership between our student organizations, increasing sexual assault awareness — not just during the month of April — and focusing on the inclusion of all students…