Press "Enter" to skip to content

The Bradley Scout

New health ID cards will contain important student information

Health Center identification cards are now available to hold students’ personal health information. Students can pick up the cards from their resident advisers, greek houses or from Health Services in the Markin Family Student Recreation Center.  The cards are designed to better communication between local…

Police Reports

At 1:27 a.m. Sunday, officers approached a male who appeared to be sick in front of Williams Hall. After speaking with him, the male admitted he had been drinking and officers transported him back to the police department. Police then called someone to pick him…

Employers may delay hiring

Jane Linnenburger has been around Bradley long enough to remember the last job market downturn. As the executive director of the Smith Career Center, she has witnessed countless graduates get jobs and has counseled many more. But it may be more difficult to advise seniors…

Glasser opens doors to listen to students

Nearly 20 students stopped by University President Joanne Glasser’s office on Wednesday to express concerns they had – or to just say hi. “[Glasser] created such a relaxed atmosphere,” sophomore social studies and secondary education major Jeff Purple said. “She wasn’t sitting behind a desk,…

Tuition to see standard yearly increase

Preliminary figures for next year’s tuition suggest it will increase about 6 percent and room and board will increase about 4 percent. This is about the same amount it increases each year, Vice President for Student Affairs Alan Galsky said. “It’s usually anywhere from 5…

Super Bowl XLIII

The Best and Worst Commercials Everyone has a friend who claims he or she doesn’t care about the Super Bowl.  He or she is above such petty entertainment as football and scoffs at the idea that anyone should view what is possibly the most-watched event…

Rhythm Kitchen offers unique dining experience

The Rhythm Kitchen Music Cafe is a fun dining experience right on Peoria’s Riverfront.  Boasting an excellent menu, service and overall atmosphere, the Rhythm Kitchen was opened by Shelley Lenzini in 1999.  The idea of the Rhythm Kitchen was envisioned in the hopes of bringing…

Neeson proves versatile in action-thriller “Taken”

“Taken” takes absolutely no effort. It begins, and it’s good, and it keeps going, and it’s good and then you’ll walk out and say “Hey, that was pretty good.”  I could give you the entire plot synopsis and not spoil anything you didn’t already expect,…

Art: Incognito showcases artistic talent discreetly

“Number six, we’re looking for number six!” yells a voice from a crowded glass table. A very eager man responds to the call as he approaches the table. Anonymous number-calling, accompanied with laughter, casual talk and indie music were among the many sounds that filled…

Animal Collective’s latest appeals to broader fan base

No band in recent memory has consciously decided to make as difficult, nonconformist and perfectly enjoyable music as Animal Collective. With more than seven studio LPs, the band has made psychedelic music cooler and more exciting than ever.  Now, as Animal Collective releases its eighth…

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.