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Slave Trade Ravages Northern Africa

According to CNN, slavery is on the rise in the North African nation of Libya. African migrants and refugees, consisting of men, women, and children, are being held against their will, forced to pay...

What You Need to Know About the Royal Engagement

By Caitie Veech Meghan Markle, a biracial American, will be the first woman of color in modern history to join the British royal family. The 36-year-old was born and raised in Los Angeles and has...

Chaos in Honduras Following Election Turmoil

Over the weekend the Honduran government after a questioned election had to suspend constitutional rights as well as order the Honduran military to administer the recently implemented curfew along with the task to disperse...

Let Them Eat Cake: The Religious Liberty Case You Need to Know About

The calendar year may be ending soon, but the United States Supreme Court is just getting started. On Tuesday, December 5, the Supreme Court will hear a case that could drastically set back the...

Bryant’s Fed Challenge Team Places Second in Boston District for Second Year in a...

In November, eight undergraduate Bryant students competed as a team in the annual College Fed Challenge. Each year, around twenty-five schools from the Boston Federal Reserve District travel to the Federal Reserve Bank of...

St. Jude Up ’til Dawn Celebrates 10th Year on Bryant’s Campus

By Lauren Malone This past Friday night Bryant University students gathered in the MAC for the 10th annual Up ‘til Dawn. The event is planned and organized by students with the purpose of staying up...

GOP Leaders Work Towards Tax Reform

Recently, both the House and Senate formulated their versions of the sweeping overhaul of the federal tax code this past Thursday. Likewise, these two versions of the potential overhaul are drastically different thus many...

Public Speaking Colloquium to Commence in April

By Amanda Oulette The Public Speaking Colloquium (PSC) has earned its way into being a Bryant University tradition and this spring will be the 9th annual event. For the past eight years, the PSC has...

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