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Thursday, April 26, 2018

Why Wells Fargo fraud matters

By Ryan Drohan Earlier this month, details emerged from Wells Fargo that caused a scandal in the financial world.  The San Francisco-based bank was accused of creating over 2 million deposit accounts and credit...

Opinion vs Complaints: feedback’s place

After reading the Opinion section every week, I can’t help but wonder if opinions have become synonymous with complaining. Although the Archway prides itself in its quality newspaper, our writers are neither professionally trained nor paid journalists. The lack of...

What You Didn’t Know About Road Rage

AAA may have been a savior to many of us by now, but what they have discovered about road rage is extremely worrisome. Are people getting just too angry when they are behind the...

Raising the Dean’s List GPA is a Step in the Right Direction for Bryant

Prior to the start of the fall semester, the Provost’s office announced plans to raise the GPA required to raise the Dean’s List GPA requirement from 3.2 to 3.4. As of now, the change...

It’s not (Salmo)nella!

By Felicia D'amico We, the students of Bryant University, need to stop complaining about our dining hall. College food is not and will never be as good as a home cooked meal and that’s just...

REDay: It’s Not Just a Day off From Classes

It’s been going on for six years. Maybe you missed it because you were in bed watching Netflix or HBO Go, or even not awake to begin with. Or maybe you attended, but only...

“Is It Worth the Price?”

By David John Schmidt In Europe, it has been announced that the European Union wants to slash carbon emissions by 2050 to pre-1990 levels; that is an astounding 80 percent cut. However, Europe presently is...

The anger won’t end, only the election will

It’s time to take stock of what has transpired over the last year and a half. As most people are able to surmise, this election cycle — a torrential oversaturation of unprecedented deceit, closet...

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