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Softball ends losing streak with win over Drake

Braves end eight game drought in a series split with the Bulldogs over the weekend The softball team snapped an eight-game losing skid last weekend, as it topped Drake 5-1 in the second half of a doubleheader on Saturday at Laura Bradley Park. After the…

Inside the Athlete: Anne Creighton, Softball

Coming into her role as a starting outfielder for Bradley softball, senior Anne Creighton said she has worked very hard to get to where she is today. Originally from Glide, Ore., Creighton decided Bradley was the place for her after her visit to campus. “I…

Scout has been a great experience

I have written more than 100 stories for the Scout during the past two years and this has proven to be one of the toughest things for me to write. Seeing as this is the last column I will be writing, I planned to tell…

One-on-One: What team will be baseball’s biggest surprise?

Royals The Kansas City Royals have not finished better than third in the American League Central since 1995, but this will be the year that streak comes to an end. The Royals have been the joke of the division for as long as I can…

Men’s tennis splits, ends regular season

Last weekend marked the end of the regular season for the men’s tennis team as they split the last two matches of the season. Bradley matched up against Indiana State on Saturday, a team they had not beaten since 1989. The Braves opened up the…

Enrollment numbers low because of poor economy

The economy has affected the numbers of next year’s freshmen class, but administrators remain optimistic about the class of 2013. The number of high school seniors who’ve made tuition deposits is lower than usual, and Vice President for Student Affairs Alan Galsky said this is…

BU students may benefit from changes to Main Street

Campaign tries to make Main ‘walkable,’ students can participate in online survey to suggest improvements Students could soon see some big changes to Main Street. Restaurants, lounges and wider sidewalks are some of the additions being considered by the city. “We want to bring things…

3 students make low carbon car in senior project

Three senior electrical engineering majors spend nine hours every Tuesday in Jobst Hall, testing batteries, motors and other parts for their Micro Electric Urban Vehicle. Kyle Dieter, Nate Mills and Spencer Leeds have begun a multi-year project to build a low vehicle that will have…

Greeks to tidy campus, surrounding area this weekend

Students are working to clean up campus this weekend. The Panhellenic and Interfraternity Councils are working together to host the Moss-Bradley cleanup from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Sunday. Panhel Director of Philanthropy and Service Amy Agosta said most participants belong to greek houses, but…

Campus upgrades continue

Williams to see more renovations this summer The west side of Williams Hall will experience a facelift this summer, so it matches the changes made to its east side last year. Facilities Management Director Ron Doerzaph said the economy isn’t slowing down summer renovations, but…

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