Press "Enter" to skip to content

The Bradley Scout

Softball falls in 1-0 pitcher’s duel

Senior pitcher Ashley Birdsong was on the verge of tossing a one-hit shutout on Wednesday night, but instead, she and the Braves walked away with a 1-0 conference loss to Northern Iowa. Birdsong surrendered a leadoff single to start the game, but held the Panthers…

Inside the Athlete: Erika Sepich, Track and Field

Most college athletes have participated in their sports their whole lives, but that is not the case with junior Erika Sepich, who walked on to the women’s track and field team her freshman year. “When I first came to Bradley I wasn’t going to do…

United we stand: Against the Yanks

Whether you are a Sox fan, Cubs fan, Cardinals fan or Bears fan, the baseball world seems to be able to agree on one thing – it hates the Yankees. Now, there will of course always be the exceptions to that rule, which can be…

One-on-One: Will the Bulls find success in the playoffs?

No I’m a Bulls fan, and this team is decent, but they’re not that good. Yes, I will admit Derrik Rose is good and has a lot of potential, but people seem to forget he is still a rookie. Potential is good, but what is…

Alum return to BU for job help

The state of the economy has resulted in job losses for many people across the country – including Bradley alumni. However, The Alumni Association and the Smith Career Center on campus relate to alumni in many different ways to adjust to the economic changes. “They…

BU to consider going carbon neutral

The arrival of spring isn’t the only thing that might make Bradley greener. The Student Environmental Action Coalition has presented university administration with a proposition that would make Bradley a carbon neutral campus. If Bradley were to become a carbon neutral campus, it would have…

Wall on quad falls to symbolize end of stereotypes

Students painted bricks about race, gender, greek life during the week to be hung on Wall of Stereotypes on Olin Quad Ronald Reagan’s famous words “Tear down this wall!” seemed to ring in the heads of students looking on the annual Student Senate “Wall of…

Students’ plans for business get financed through competition

Five students will not be participating in the mad dash for jobs after graduation. Instead, they will be creating jobs for themselves. A business plan headed by students called U-Exchange won first place at the third annual Springboard Business Plan Competition and will receive aid…

BEER Drive attempts to teach dangers of drunk driving

Drive isn’t effective at showing perils of intoxication behind the wheel, students say Students had the opportunity to experience a drunk driving simulation this week. Help Empower And Teach hosted its annual Bradley Educators Encouraging Responsibility Drive, better known as the BEER Drive, on Wednesday…

Students get hip while teaching dance class at Markin

Free hip-hop classes are being offered at the Markin Family Student Recreation Center from 12:30 to 2 p.m. every Saturday.  The classes were started and are taught by junior journalism major Jeff De Chavez and junior family and consumer sciences major Megan Bowen.  Bowen said…

Copyright © 2020, The Scout, Bradley University. All rights reserved.
The Scout is published by members of the student body of Bradley University. Opinions expressed do not necessarily reflect those of the University.