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Dancing queen

My shoulders as limp as my sweaty hair and my limbs as heavy as that dark craft beer I couldn’t afford but bought anyway, I slumped on the couch. I felt like a tree branch, but I had snapped off the trunk and had fallen…

Police Reports: 2018-09-14

At approximately 3 a.m. Sept. 12 on the 1600 block of W. Main St., a non-student male notified police after two unidentified males in black hoodies struck him and took his possessions. Police are investigating the case further at this time and notified faculty and…

One-on-one: The Scout’s way too early Super Bowl picks

Reaghan Wharff – Kansas City Chiefs The Kansas City Chiefs have had a good track record in the regular season during Andy Reid’s tenure, but that hasn’t translated to success in the playoffs … until this year. Last season the Chiefs finished with a 10-6…

A different kind of student

Richard Harris seems like your typical undergraduate student on paper. He’s taking Bradley core curriculum courses, working to keep his scholarship and balancing fraternity life. There is, however, one key difference. He’s 48 years old. Harris enrolled in Bradley’s electrical engineering program when his company,…

Make it to the market

As the orange leaves lead us into autumn, it is our last opportunity to enjoy summer activities. With three Saturdays left to go this year, the Peoria Riverfront Market is a must.  Crisp red apples tumble out of overflowing baskets and bump into the enormous…

Editorial: Job fair for all

Everywhere you looked on Thursday, Bradley students were wearing their best pressed dress clothes carried their freshly-printed resumes. Students anxiously anticipated their interactions with the daunting employers of their dream jobs. Many students find their potential employers at the job fair for both internship and…

‘Sign’ up for ASL

Learning a new language often involves many classes and a lot of hard work. Bradley University’s American Sign Language (ASL) club is a great way for students to learn a new language in a fun way. The club has been on campus for many years,…

Fashionably Late sells style

Less than 15 minutes away from campus stands an adorable resale boutique, Fashionably Late. Run by local owner Amy Hedden, the store contains gently used women’s and children’s clothing, as well as shoes, purses, jewelry, hats and scarves. “You can get name brands for inexpensive…