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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 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...

The Class of 2021

On Saturday, September 2nd That is the number of new bulldogs from all walks of life that waltzed onto Bryant University’s campus. This number makes the Class of 2021 the second largest in Bryant...

Hawaii Judge Blocks Latest Iteration of Trump’s Travel Ban

On Thursday, hours before "Travel Ban 3.0" was scheduled to commence, the federal judge in Hawaii, Derrick Watson, blocked the ban on the basis of it being a “religious discrimination." This ban has been...

A Word with “Woz”

The Archway's exclusive interview with Apple Co-founder, Steve Wozniak  The first encounter with the Co-Founder of Apple was remarkable to say the least. After introducing himself to the welcoming committee at the Chace Wellness Center,...

Congratulations 2017 Applied Psychology award recipients!

By Professor Nanci Weinberger The 2017 Commencement Award for Excellence in Applied Psychology goes to Danielle Hoyt. The 2017 Excellence in Applied Psychology Service award goes to Katlyn Wyatt. The inaugural Janet Morahan-Martin Research Scholar award goes...

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...

UCAP to hold seventh annual awards reception

By Jesse Miller  With just about a month left in my final semester, I wanted to do my part in leaving some helpful advice to anyone in need of it. Of all the things I...

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