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Tuesday, June 27, 2017

Meet “4 The People”. Bryant Senate’s new eboard

Name: Joseph Rinaldi Year: Class of 2019 Position: President How will you listen to the student's voice and account for their needs? Bryant is a very special place. Students are so involved, maybe they’re in a student organization, or play a...

Congressman Cicilline visits Bryant to discuss lowering college debt

by Will Tondo & Harrison Garret/ Editor in Chief, Opinion Editor This past Tuesday, U.S. Congressman David Cicilline set up a quick meeting with students in the Fisher Student Center to talk about a new act that he created....

Joe DiMauro’s Discussion Panel

By Laura Feiereisen ´20 and Ava Patterson ´20 Mr. Gay Rhode Island 2016 Joe DiMauro talked about LGBTQ rights and mental health with an audience of Bryant students in the Fisher Student Center late Sunday,...

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...

A Word with “Woz”

The Archway's exclusive interview with Apple Co-founder, Steve Wozniak  The first encounter with the Co-Founder of Apple was remarkable to say the least. After introducing himself to the welcoming committee at the Chace Wellness Center,...

Congratulations 2017 Applied Psychology award recipients!

By Professor Nanci Weinberger The 2017 Commencement Award for Excellence in Applied Psychology goes to Danielle Hoyt. The 2017 Excellence in Applied Psychology Service award goes to Katlyn Wyatt. The inaugural Janet Morahan-Martin Research Scholar award goes...

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...

From the Poet’s Corner

  I would like share recent student responses to poems read in an LCS 121 class.  What was unique about the poems was their newness: many had been taken from recent editions of New Yorker...

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