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Alcohol abuse speaker shares sobering story

In college, Carolyn Cornelison’s peers knew her as the vice president of her sorority, a varsity athlete, an orientation leader and for being voted outstanding junior on campus. However, she was also an alcoholic. Now a speaker who promotes responsible alcohol use and awareness, Cornelison…

Senate changes recruiting plan

After several years of dismal participation in Student Senate, the executive board of that body is rolling out a new system with hopes of reversing the trend. This year, senators will be elected from residence halls, like years past, but they will also be elected…

Administrators pleased with alcohol plan’s success

With 98 percent of the Comprehensive Alcohol Action Plan intact, the university has qualitative and quantitative data to show the plan has decreased alcohol use and abuse on campus. University President Joanne Glasser and selected campus leaders began developing the plan in February 2008 and…

Welcome back

Welcome back for the 2009-10 school year. The Scout’s first issue is Sept. 4. Be sure to check www.bradleyscout.com for breaking news and updates during the week.

Rob Scahill drafted in 8th round, signs with Colorado Rockies

A month back Rob Scahill was an average college kid, living the average college life. He went to class just like everybody else. He had a major, criminal justice. As a pitcher on the baseball team there may have been a few extra perks but…

Softball’s Missouri Valley Conference Championship in-game blog

This Missouri Valley Conference Championship game could turn out to be a good one. Creighton, the No. 1 seed and regular season champs, will take the field for just the second time in the tourney.The two teams split their regular season match-up 1-1, but Bradley…

Targeting senator recruitment a strong first step

As a part of its Jump Start campus campaign, the newly elected student body officers are planning to recruit senators differently in an attempt to better represent the student body. Members of senate currently serve to represent living areas, including the residence halls, greek houses,…

Letter to the Editor

On April 13, Anna Baltzer, a notorious anti-Israel activist, spoke about life in the “occupied” Palestinian territories. She presented many outrageous allegations that we wish to address. First of all, she compared Israel to the South African apartheid. There is no basis for this comparison.…

Athletes work hard and deserve respect

Another season has come and gone for the Bradley Braves. And for those of you thinking I’m a little late expressing my basketball nostalgia – allow me to clarify. I’m referring to the women’s tennis team, of which I’m a proud member. Mention of this…

Softball drops three games in MVC

The softball team had a tough weekend in Carbondale, losing a three-game series against Southern Illinois. “We played really well this weekend, it was just one inning in each game that got away,” coach Amy Hayes said. “[Senior Alycia] Bachkora had a really nice game…

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