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Volleyball Team Suffers Two Losses on Road

It was a tough weekend for the BU Volleyball team as they were swept by Wichita State and Missouri State, but a couple of Braves made quite the impact.
According to, Lea Sack became the 7th player in school history to reach 1,200 digs.
Freshman Erica Haslag also reached a milestone as she became just the […]

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Soccer Team Defeats Missouri State, Remains Perfect in Conference

The Bradley Soccer team played on Saturday at Missouri State, and it was a rough night for the guests as the Braves would romp the Bears by a score of 4-0.
Grant Bell scored two of the four goals and has now scored four goals in his last two games.
Bell was later named the Missouri Valley […]

Someone You Should Know – Anthony Johnson

Here is our interview with Anthony Johnson, a member of the Association of Latin American students.  Enjoy!
If you or your organization has something interesting happening on a Wednesday evening during our show, hit us up on Facebook and let us know.
We could be reporting live from your next event.

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Entertainment News 10/21/15

If you have heard anything about Taylor Swift, you have probably seen the hashtag #SquadGoals.
Well, the friend-envying term has gotten so catchy, they are making a TV show out of it.
Swift won’t be starring in it, unfortunately, but her good friend Ryan Seacrest will be the Executive Producer of the show.
“Squad Goals” will be a […]

Alpha Phi Alpha Raises Money with Corner Store

If you grew up in the 90s and found yourself wanting the snacks you had as a kid, Alpha Phi Alpha aimed to fill your nostalgic sweet tooth.
Bradley’s Epsilon Kappa chapter of the fraternity set up what they called “the Corner Store” in the Student Center last Friday.
It had various kinds of sweet treats reminiscent […]

Majors & Minors Fair Takes Place

Just this past Monday was the Majors & Minors Fair in the Student Center Ballroom.
There were tables for every major and minor offered at Bradley.
This was a great chance for students to learn more about the majors and minors offered, and they get to work on piecing together their own path and figure out where […]

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Psychology Grad Receives Distinguished Alumnus Award

Congratulations to Scott Racine for winning the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences’ Distinguished Alumnus Award.
According to the Bradley Scout, he graduated in 1972 and was a member of the fraternity Alpha Epsilon Pi.
Racine has sponsored study abroad programs and special internships for students who are studying psychology.
He went on to work in the social […]

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Paint Pumpkins and Eat Donuts for a Good Cause

One of the most popular fall activities in central Illinois is a trip to Tanners Orchard.
The family-owned orchard is home to a corn maze, pumpkin patch, an apple orchard, and the locally famous apple cider donuts.
If you can’t take the 25-minute trip out to Speer, Illinois, Bradley’s Epsilon Sigma Alpha Service Sorority is giving you […]

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ACBU to Host Macklemore and Ryan Lewis Concert

As you may have heard by now, Macklemore and Ryan Lewis are making a stop at Bradley.
The concert will take place at Renaissance Coliseum on February 4 at 8:30 pm.
Tickets went on sale Wednesday and are $11 for current students if purchased before November 3.
Student ticket prices rise after November 3 to $16, so don’t […]