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Editorial: Staying at home could be boring, but is crucial to combat COVID-19

As the outbreak of COVID-19 has evolved into a national emergency, countless schools have taken actions to keep their students at home, some extending spring breaks, switching to online classes and many even canceling the semester all together.  For some students, this stay-at-home period, ironically,…

Column: Freaky Friday at Arch Madness shows anything can happen

Seasoned fans of the Missouri Valley always know to expect the unexpected when it comes time for the league’s fabled tournament in St. Louis.  However, even the most experienced follower of the Valley couldn’t have predicted what played out on Friday. In an event with…

Editorial: Accessibility isn’t just a niche issue

The newest building, the Business and Engineering Convergence Center is mandated to comply with Americans with Disabilities Act requirements, and it has done so. However, new issues with the design have developed, requiring the university to take additional steps to ensure the building’s accessibility. The…

Column: Befriending adversity

Last Friday, I attended the Literacy Around the World (LATW) event hosted in Westlake Hall. At this event, Bradley University invited students from Whittier Elementary School to learn about the value of diversity and the power of education. Not only did I get to take…

Editorial: Don’t freak out, be cautious

Read the article: Coronavirus impacts study abroad As the coronavirus continues to develop into a global pandemic and impact Bradley study abroad programs, The Scout wants to remind everyone to take your health and disease prevention seriously. However, there is no need to be alarmed,…

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