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Sunday, April 30, 2017

Reactionary populism invades Europe

Across the pond the resurgence of reactionary politics may lead to the normalization of the Trump victory. Stepping away from American politics, you find that Trump is not a uniquely-American creation and that Europe...
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63 Questions: Dr. Saddlemire

In the first installment of our series, 63 Questions, we interview Dr. Saddlemire, VP of Student Affairs at Bryant University.

Legalization of Marijuana

by Julia Ransom As we approach the 2016 Presidential Election, there is a lot of talk about the legalization of marijuana. At this time, we are closer than we have ever been to actually taking...

Opportunity to volunteer locally

by John Bradley You ever look at your resume and think, “Wow, I do a lot! I am a member for two clubs, I have a job, and still manage to stay on the Dean’s...

Ask the VEEP: Residence life edition

The Archway has teamed up with Dr. John Saddlemire, Vice President of Student Affairs, to provide first-hand answers to questions from the Bryant community. In each “Ask the VEEP” edition, Dr. Saddlemire will answer...

Tinder to blame for STD spike?

by Matthew Heldberg According to new federal data, the number of sexually transmitted disease cases reached a record high in the United States last year. Of the 20 million new S.T.D. cases reported in 2015,...

Straight from the source: Answers from LNC Chairman

This is an election like none other, with some of the most disliked candidates taking unconventional campaign strategies. A third party politician has something to say. Here are answers from LNC Chair Nicholas Sarwark. Q....

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...

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