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Monday, July 23, 2018

Massachusetts Question 2

The number of charter schools in the US has increased by six percent over the past five years, nearing 7,000 as of the end of 2014. This being said, it is not unreasonable that...

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...

Sorry Mom, but times are changing

By Nick Picataggio Tattoos have been synonymously tied together with degenerates for the longest time. This dark light has made it difficult for people with tattoos to walk around without being judged for the blob...

Club Sports Teams are Athletes Too!

By Chelsea Parkes Believe it or not, club sports are a dominate force on Bryant’s campus and we refuse to silence our voices any longer. Club sports teams are athletes too, and we deserve the same...

We, as Hillary supporters

By C.G. Roberts We, as Hillary supporters, are ready to continue the work championed by Democrats, who understand that inclusive politics — politics that not only aim to encapsulate the struggles and triumphs of all...

Suck it up and vote

Over the last several months, the phrase circulating throughout the American electorate even more than any name-calling Trump concocts in his Mean Girls-style burn book is “this election is bigger than you and me.”...

Boston Sports and their Fans: An Undeniable Cult?

It is pretty evident that when someone crosses the Connecticut, Rhode Island, or Massachusetts borders, New England Patriots’ merchandise will be seen probably more frequently than Dunkin’ Donuts. Do these Boston sports fans take...

The Problem with Passion

By Jessica Laverriere Going through college, one thing is always brought up: finding your passion. When looking for a major you are asked countless times what you are passionate about. Do you love teaching? Choose...

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