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Tuesday, June 27, 2017

“I feel like I did that to myself”

“I told him to stop. He thought I was joking. I froze.” Kristina Erickson, Beloit College. “I had no intention of sleeping with this woman. I kept telling her.” Daniel Episcope, University of the Pacific. “I...

Ask the VEEP: Student Involvement FAQs

The Archway has teamed up with Dr. John Saddlemire, Vice President of Student Affairs, to provide first-hand information about administration and university endeavors. This week, we discussed student involvement. The following questions were submitted...

Bryant Elections are Heating up; Meet the Presidential Candidates

Just when you thought election season was over, think again. On March 27th and 28th, Bryant University Student Senate will host their yearly elections for our student government. They are hard-working and dedicated Bryant...

Ask the VEEP

The Archway has teamed up with Dr. John Saddlemire, Vice President of Student Affairs, to provide first-hand information about administration and university endeavors. In each "Ask the VEEP" edition, Dr. Saddlemire will answer questions...

Public Speaking Colloquium 2017

Applications are now available By Susan Baran It’s that time of year again!  Bryant’s annual Public Speaking Colloquium is scheduled for Monday evening, March 27th at 7:00PM, with the preliminary competition planned throughout the day on...

Enhancing Business at Bryant

Bryant University has recently cracked the Top 10 ranking for colleges and universities in the Northeast, a victory that has resonated through every aspect of campus. Truly, it is a deserved accomplishment. What goes...

CEO Brings Star-Studded Speaker Lineup to BUNEEC this Sunday

By Jake Zimmer Six years ago this February, the executive board of Bryant’s chapter of the Collegiate Entrepreneurs’ Organization (CEO) had the realization that in the Northeast, Bryant wasn’t too well-known in the entrepreneurship space....

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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