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Alcohol education welcomes new face

As part of the new Comprehensive Alcohol Action Plan, the university has hired a new director. Lyndsey Withers is the new Interim Coordinator of Alcohol Education Programs. “The reason that I am the interim is because I haven’t received my master’s degree, and that is…

State rep candidate discusses her policies, goals

The Scout sits down with Republican Joan Krupa to get to the bottom of the issues in Illinois  Editor’s note: The Scout sat down with Republican Joan Krupa. Below is a transcription of the interview. Democrat Jehan Gordan did not respond before press time. Joan…

Student Patrol makes minimal changes

Student safety patrol has made very few changes to its program this year. The main responsibilities for the patrol include looking for any crimes being committed, suspicious activity or safety hazards, such as smoke coming from a building or alarms going off, Sgt. Alex Davis…

Registration begins, and help is available for students

It’s that time of year again. Time to register for classes. Registration has already begun for some students and will start for others next week. “Graduate students will be the first ones allowed to register, then seniors and juniors and on down the line,” Associate…

Bradley marked as distinct college

Bradley has been selected as one of 240 colleges to be included in the first edition of “Colleges of Distinction.” The guidebook is designed to expose colleges that offer first-rate undergraduate educations but are often overlooked by other books that focus only on nationally known…

Parents’ Weekend sees record-high attendance

This past weekend students may have noticed campus was crawling with an abundance of adults and quite a few younger children. Bradley’s annual Parents’ Weekend took place last weekend and had one of the highest attendances on record. “We had 2,283 families register with a…

Water polo team makes a splash

The addition of an on-campus pool brings many new opportunities to campus, and Dominic Lyles took advantage by organizing a club water polo team. “When I was a sophomore, they knocked the pool down,” the junior mechanical engineering major said. “We have just been waiting…

Rock climbing club puts wall to good use

Anna Weiss’ idea of creating a rock climbing club on campus became a reality last semester when she found out the Markin Family Student Recreation Center would house a climbing wall. “[The club] is a good way to find a climbing partner,” the junior art…

Concert to feature One Republic

Get ready to rock. Despite worries there may not be a fall concert because of Robertson Memorial Field House’s demolition, the Activities Council has scheduled four bands to play the Peoria Civic Center Theater on Dec. 3. One Republic will headline and feature The Spill…

Obamarama

The Democratic campaign in video games If you’ve played a football game in the past couple weeks, remember this – when you scored the touchdown, Barack Obama did the victory dance in the end zone. At least that’s what’s happening in the world of video…

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