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Wednesday, April 24, 2019

Love in Adoption RI

By Steve Zhu In a section of Writing 106 this Spring semester, a group of Bryant students were given an assignment that required them to take on the role of a reporter: to research a...

Hawaiians Receive False Alarm About North Korean Nuclear Attack

By: Nicholas Stewart On the morning of January 13, 2018, at 8:07 a.m., a message was sent out by the state’s emergency management agency, “Ballistic missile threat inbound to Hawaii.” Everyone on the island was...

Bryant University welcomes Democrat club to its RSO family

By: Zahir Williams It has been over eight years since Bryant University has had a political club on campus, but that has recently come to an end. A new organization has joined the Bryant community:...

April Lyrid Meteor Shower and Moon and Planet Highlights; Eyes to the Sky

By David A. Huestis Historian March winds bring April showers. Everyone is familiar with that phrase. But we had more than our fair share of wind and rain in February! Yes, February ended up being the...

Extravaganza looks to begin the month of March with a bang

On Friday, March 2nd, 2018, Bryant University’s Multicultural Student Union will be hosting Extravaganza, a student-produced fashion show that honors Black History Month. The event will be held in the Multipurpose Athletic Center (MAC)...

Hurricane Relief on its Way

By Danielle Caci With only about two and a half months left of the 2017 Atlantic hurricane season, the United States has already been hit by two category four hurricanes, Harvey and Irma. These brought...

China Expands on its Transportation Initiatives

As China rises so does its expansionist activities. Recently a Chinese construction company built a modern train station in the African state of Kenya. The project began in 2017 and is now complete. Besides...

Mosquitoes Plague Carolinas in Midst of Hurricane Aftermath

By Nash Eppard If you were to survey any group of people to find out the most annoying insect to deal with, the mosquito would absolutely be on the top on that list. Female mosquitoes...

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