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Brief: Campus leadership positions available

Student Senate is looking for multiple student representatives to speak for fellow students and their University committees. Student Senate is Bradley’s student governing body and acts as a liaison between students and the university. The goal of Student Senate, according to the mission statement on…

Volleyball drops eighth match in a row

The Braves volleyball team lost another game in consecutive sets Tuesday, this time to Northern Iowa by a score of 25-20, 25-18, 25-19. The loss extends Bradley’s losing streak to eight matches. Bradley has only won two sets during the losing streak, with those two…

Bradley volleyball: A New Hope

Bradley volleyball was in a dark place during the 2014 season. A year removed from a 2013 MVC tournament bid, the team lost 25 consecutive games before their first win and were only able to manage two wins by season’s end. They were shut out…

Editorial: Spend fall break thoughtful

This week, quite a few members of The Scout ran into some misfortune. One broken foot, one broken toe and a car accident later, The Scout staff is left wondering where (and how) we stand. We don’t know what it’s like to have a physical…

Flashback Friday: Livestrong bracelets and overalls

Livestrong Bracelets BY RACHEL ANDERS Lance Armstrong wasn’t always the butt of jokes about balls. Years ago, he was an American hero. A cancer survivor, a philanthropist and a seven-time Tour de France champion, who was an inspiration to kids everywhere racing around the block…

Campus gets taste of ‘Big Apple’ news

Thanks to a free subscription to The New York Times, Bradley students have a world of news at their disposal. According to an email from the Provost office Wednesday, students can sign up by visiting nyt.bradley.edu. After signing up, they will receive a confirmation email…

One on One: Which NFL team is the biggest surpise?

Arizona Cardinals Nick Todd Three weeks into the NFL season is far too early to speculate who will be competing for the Lombardi Trophy Feb. 7 in Santa Clara. However, it’s not too early to acknowledge who the biggest surprise is thus far. In my…

Planned Parenthood: The debate continues

Unless you’ve been living under a rock, you’ve probably heard about all of the governmental action against Planned Parenthood and the corresponding backlash from the supporters of the organization. Discussion about cutting funds for anything is always a surefire way for people to become vocal…

Brief: Agency selling apples and doughnuts

The Agency, formally known as the American Advertising Federation, will be selling Tanners caramel apples and apple cider doughnuts Oct. 6 and 7 from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Caramel apples will cost $4 and will be sold at the Caterpillar Global Communication Center, while…

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