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Sunday, July 22, 2018

Republicans Fight Against ACA

As Republicans cope with their recent realization that repealing and replacing the Affordable Care Act (ACA) is easier said than done they move onward to their next big ticket item, which is Tax reform....

Robert F. Kennedy Jr. Talks Redemption in Capitalism

Robert F. Kennedy Jr. recently visited Bryant University’s campus in order to talk about America and its future as a leader in the world. The event, sponsored by the Student Programming Board’s Student Arts...

The Strong Women of South Sudan

By Nivi Mohanraj Being at war does not grant the right to rape the so-called enemy. There is no situation in which rape is justified; it is wrong. By raping someone, you are taking away...

Derby Days is Back

You probably noticed the numerous amount of Sigma Chi brothers in white t-shirts covered in signatures on Monday as well as the colorfully decorated buckets full of coins in the roto. This week is...

Quieting NATO; Affirming Commitment

Recently, Vice President Pence traveled to NATO headquarters in Brussels. The reason for the trip was to inform NATO allies that the United States would sustain its obligation to the organization. Pence did voice...

Students and Professors Compete for Bragging Rights

Last week, The Beta Gamma Sigma honor society hosted their second annual “Are You Smarter Than A Bryant Professor”. According to President, Melissa Brigante (Senior), the purpose of hosting this event was to bring...

Big Step Backward for Online Privacy

By Kimberly Moore On October 27, 2016, the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) adopted rules protecting the privacy of broadband customers. Their report, released November 2nd of that year, states that the FCC is applying the...

European Elections are Heating up

March 18, 2017 In the past few years there has been a slow rise of Nationalist movements in democratic countries around the world.  The weight of this has been felt after the election of President...

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