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    I like fun, you like fun, come have fun at the Pets in Need...

    This Sunday, April 23rd, “The Huskies” management team is hosting a color run for Pets in Need Veterinary Clinic. This is a non-profit clinic that provides services to pets whose owners are disabled, extremely...

    Men’s Spring Fashion Essentials

    Just in case you didn’t know, spring is upon us. Long gone are the days of bundling in heavy layers and trudging through the bleak cold. We have now entered a time predicated on...

    Sports Spotlight: Ryan Brown

    Ryan Brown is the captain of the Bryant Women’s Tennis Team, and beyond that, a pretty cool person.  I had a chance to sit down with Ryan last week and discuss her past four...

    World Spotlight – U.K.

    To begin, this column is designed to highlight a different country around the world every week, and with that, discuss the country’s economic and political standings, as well as some interesting current news events...

    Isaiah Drops 33 Points, Celtics Lose Game 1

    By Brendan Smyth 22-year old Chyna Thomas, the sister of Boston Celtics’ Isaiah Thomas, was killed early Friday morning on April 15th in a one car accident.  The police report said she was not wearing...

    Four years in the making – the Honors Capstone completion

    The 2017 Honors Students have successfully completed their capstone presentations.  A ground-breaking thirty-four students have fully completed the Honors Program Colloquium last week and are on course to submitting research papers this semester. Professor...

    Bryant’s Second Annual Project Playhouse

    In September of 2015, Bryant University sophomore Management 200 students had an idea, an idea that had the mission to provide dream playhouses to seriously ill children. Last spring, that idea became a reality...

    Why Sigma Chi?

    When I first enrolled at Bryant University, I did not expect to be in a fraternity. That changed when I met the brothers of the Sigma Chi fraternity. They were a bunch, they were...

    The Shadowed Russian Trip

    Secretary of State Rex Tillerson's trip to meet with Italy and Russia is shadowed by the recent Syrian chemical weapons attack and the United State's response to the attacks. The reason being is that...

    South Africa’s reversal of harvesting Rhino Horns

    Recently, South Africa’s Constitutional Court threw a rather punishing blow to the protection of rhinoceros. The court ruled that the domestic sale and harvesting of rhinoceros’ horns is legal, overturning the government’s protection of...

    Changes coming to Turkey’s Government structure???

    This weekend has a huge significance for Turkey as Sunday the country will be voting on whether or not it wants to alter the power of the parliamentary form of government to a government with...

    Ways and Means: An important leadership opportunity open to all students

    Each week, students see several meetings and events that are put on by the many registered student organizations that make up the Bryant community. Yet what students may not see is what goes on...

    Wells Fargo’s Account Trouble

    Wells Fargo, a financial services company, has been dealing with a rather huge issue as of late. The issue is that a couple of its executives have been found guilty of creating fraudulent accounts. As...

    Update on Recent IPOs

    By Christopher Sherman In the past few months, some big companies released their IPO’s to the stock market for trading. An IPO, which stands for “Initial Public Offering”, is the first time that a company...

    China’s Concerning Credit Gap

    China’s mix of politics and economics makes it an interesting study for economists, investors, and regulators. The controlling Communist Party of China has a stronger grip on its economy than other governments which proves...

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