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Tuesday, February 19, 2019

Five Things to Know About Studying Abroad

In terms of opportunity, Bryant offers its students vast options throughout the entity of the college career. From the Sophomore International Experience, where students can travel outside of Smithfield for two weeks to a...

Ford Motors Buys Electric Scooter Company in Hopes of Building Mobility Portfolio

By Marie Fearnley According to USA Today, traditional automakers have been increasing their investments in alternative modes of transportation. Last week, Ford Motor Company announced to the public that it would be purchasing an electric-scooter startup, Spin, for...

Bryant Fashion Forum Bridges the Gap Between Fashion and Business at Bryant

By Kaitlyn DiNapoli One of the biggest missions of Bryant University is mixing a student’s individual passions with a career and that’s exactly what the Bryant Fashion Forum does for students with a passion for fashion. The...

A New Way to Store Kinetic Energy

By Jonathan Saker We currently have a technological problem with wind and solar power generation. Basically, what the problem is sometimes the wind is blowing when we don't need electricity and sometimes, we need electricity when the...

Bryant Bulldogs Outscore UNH Wildcats in Second Half to Win

By Jared Piatnik On Saturday, December 1st, the Bryant University Bulldogs basketball team played The University of New Hampshire Wildcats. Coming into this matchup Bryant was 1-5, while New Hampshire was 2-5.   In the beginning of the game things...

Red Sox Manager Alex Cora Extends Victory Tour to Return Pride to Puerto Rico

By Allegra Maloney November 3, 2018—Thousands of Puerto Rican citizens welcomed home their own Alex Cora, manager of the Red Sox, and with him the World Series championship trophy in the heart of his hometown, Cuagas, Puerto Rico; the city...

Rob Gronkowski: A Look at His Career and its Potential End

By Hannah Scanlan Much like his rough and tumble play style, Rob “Gronk” Gronkowski’s career has been quite the show. However, it is only so long that a player can play rough before the tumble starts to set in....

Celtics Off to Unexpectedly Slow Start, Inconsistent Performance to Blame

By Nick Mulligan The Celtics have been a premier franchise in the NBA over the past few years and have seen tremendous success since trading for superstar Kyrie Irving. Danny Ainge, the current general manager...

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