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Men’s golf finishes eighth in opener

BY JOSH KOEBERT  for the Scout  The men’s golf team swung into action this week, kicking off its spring schedule at the Carlton Oaks Invite in San Diego, Calif. The Braves shot a combined team score of 320 to open play Monday, putting them in…

Best sports movies of our generation

Sports make for great movies. All the action, excitement and drama sets the plot, throw in some good actors, and you have yourself a great film. We’ve all seen the classics: “Rocky,” “Hoosiers,” “Caddyshack” and “The Natural.” But now the movies we all grew up…

One-on-One Whats better, NCAA or NBA basketball?

NCAA Not only is college basketball untainted by the greed and lack of traveling calls of the NBA, but the history, rivalries and loyalty that comes along with each and every team is completely unparalleled by anything in the pros. The first thing that comes…

Women’s basketball wins fourth straight, knocks off Northern Iowa

Senior Monica Rogers put up 14 points in the second half of Saturday night’s home contest against Northern Iowa to lead the women’s basketball team to a come-from-behind Missouri Valley Conference win. Rogers finished with 18 points and a game-high eight rebounds in the 69-58…

Library committee highlights renovation priorities

Committee’s draft marks improved printing, better lighting and addition of outlets as most important In response to poor results in the Princeton Review, the Cullom-Davis Library has created a Library Student Advisory Committee to gather information on student concerns and prepare a draft. The draft…

More women participate in spring recruitment this year than last

Sorority spring recruitment gained popularity this year because of an increase in the number of women allowed to be admitted into each chapter. Last year, Panhellenic Council voted to either add another chapter to Bradley’s greek life or increase the total of women accepted into…

Students suffer with stomach flu this season

A seasonal outbreak of the stomach flu has hit Bradley. Medical Director of Health Services Dr. Jessica Higgs said there have been many students calling in with the stomach flu, but it hasn’t been more than any other year. “This is a fairly normal amount…

Dance off not end to Easter Seals fundraising

Nine couples competed in eight dance categories to raise money last Friday. This year’s “Do You Want to Dance for Easter Seals?”competition featured a range of dancers from swing to hip-hop to tap dance. The event, that raised money for Easter Seals of Peoria, was…

Bradley honors black history with variety of events

President Barack Obama recently visited Illinois to help celebrate Abraham Lincoln’s 200th birthday in Lincoln’s hometown of Springfield. Students said they think President Obama’s achievements are a wonderful addition to the celebration of Black History Month.  “Even though the accomplishments of Barack Obama have changed…

“Lord of the Rings”trilogy scholar discusses J.R.R. Tolkien

Douglas Anderson didn’t know that his first reading of “The Lord of the Rings” when he was 13 years old would lead to his career as an expert on J.R.R. Tolkien. “I was visiting my older sister, and she gave me the Tolkien books to…

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