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Monday, August 21, 2017

AOII Lights the Night to Support Blood Cancer Research

Last Sunday, the Beta Upsilon Chapter of Alpha Omicron Pi participated in the Light the Night Walk in Providence for the second year in a row. The Light the Night Walk is the Leukemia...

What Greek Life Has to Offer

By Jake Zimmer Joining a fraternity is something that I never envisioned myself doing.  Coming into college last year, I was so invested in the stereotype that joining a fraternity is simply a cop-out to...

Greek Corner: Panhellenic Report

Recruitment: We passed extension last year with a ⅔ vote, and had 4 exploratory visits over the summer with Fraternity & Sorority Advisor, Sue Zarnowski. Upon returning to school, two of those exploratory visits submitted...

Tri Sigma: Rebranded

by Erika Koury Recently, Sigma Sigma Sigma sorority has undergone an interesting new re-branding venture. With the ever-changing image of women in our world today, Tri Sigma has stepped up to the challenge of maneuvering...

Crossroads RI

By Mathias Frei Did you ever wonder why Crossroads RI is Rhode Island’s largest homeless organization? This not-for-profit organization has a new philosophy of treating homelessness, and they believe that the best way to treat...

Sharing is Caring?

by Christopher Foss I am not a traditional Bryant University student. I am over 25, I do not live on campus, and I work full-time at a restaurant. Working at a restaurant gives me an...

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 Creative Capital’s Musical Outlet

By Zhengyan Chen Rhode Island has over 50 nonprofit organizations that serve a diverse set of Rhode Islanders. No matter what target market they focus on, their general purpose is to form a better Rhode Island...

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