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Baseball faces rough patch over weekend

Friday was a rough day for the baseball team. They were pitted against Creighton’s Greg Hellhake, who came into this start with a 4-1 piching record. Hellhake scattered six hits across six plus innings and gave up only one run for the Bluejays, who won…

9th annual BESPY awards

Male Athlete of the Year No male athlete had more of an impact on his team this year than senior Theron Wilson of the men’s basketball team did. Playing on a squad that was already short on big men, the 6-foot-5 Wilson used his tremendous…

Top 5 BU sports stories of 2008-09

Men’s basketball reaches CIT The men’s basketball reached the postseason for the fourth consecutive year this season by picking up the No. 1 seed in the inaugural CollegeInsider.com Tournament. The top spot allowed Bradley to host all four of its games at Carver Arena, giving fans…

Has the NFL Draft become too much?

March is a great time of year.  Normally snow is melting and spring is closing in. School is starting to wind down and the end is in sight. Baseball season is starting up and the NBA and NHL seasons are heating up with their playoff…

One-on-One: Which playoffs are more exciting?

NBA The current series between the Chicago Bulls and the Boston Celtics has proven exactly why the NBA Playoffs are more exciting than the NHL Playoffs. Obviously, this series has contained some events that are somewhat out of the ordinary for the NBA Playoffs. But…

New construction to be more energy efficient

Bradley has begun to build new buildings and renovate parts of the old ones to be much more energy efficient. A big part of this initiative is the renovation of Westlake Hall and the addition of the Hayden-Clark Alumni Center to the back of Bradley…

IFC/Panhel try to make Greek Weekend more responsible

The Panhellenic and Interfraternity Councils are working to change greek weekend’s reputation. Although the weekend is often known as a time for students to come back to campus and drink, President of Panhel Trisha Koors said the councils are having meetings with the presidents of…

The Scout sums up the biggest stories of year, ranks top 10

1. Glasser shared breast cancer diagnosis with campus University President Joanne Glasser sent an e-mail  to the Bradley community in early December informing everyone she had just undergone surgery as part of her breast cancer treatment. After surgery, she underwent six weeks of radiation treatment,…

Heitz Hall workout room to close, future use unsure

As of next year, the Heitz Hall exercise room will no longer be available, because its usage has slowed since the opening of the Markin Family Student Recreation Center. Nathan Thomas, the executive director for the center of residential living and leadership, said the main…

Students Relay for Life to fundraise for cancer

During this year’s Relay for Life, teams of students will take turns walking or running around a track to raise money for cancer research. The event begins at 6 p.m. tonight and will last until 6 a.m. Saturday in the Markin Family Student Recreation Center.…

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