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Thursday, November 15, 2018

Sharing is Caring?

by Christopher Foss I am not a traditional Bryant University student. I am over 25, I do not live on campus, and I work full-time at a restaurant. Working at a restaurant gives me an...

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...

Stoneman Douglas High School Shooting

By Ryan Strik The time has come again when we must view the same headline on our televisions; when we are drawn to the same horrific images that have stained our eyes 18 times already...

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...

An Endangered Republic? Not So Much

By Michael Troy As we traverse through yet another year on this Earth, many in the media would have us believe that the world is on the precipice of destruction. Nuclear war, climate change, and...

Growing Student Body Should Equate to Growing Student Accommodations, Right?

By Nick Poli Have you ever been driving around campus searching for a parking spot and can’t seem to come across an open spot? Well, I most certainly have, several times. It has gotten to...
Nike ad featuring Kaepernick

North Smithfield Rescinds Nike Ban: Their Statement Remains the Same

On Monday, September 17th, the Town Council president of North Smithfield, John Beauregard, filed a motion to ban the purchase of Nike products in the town. Beauregard felt inclined to publicize this proposal after...

What’s Up SATs? It’s a NO For Me

By Dominique Hughes Nowadays, standardized tests are undeniably controversial. Is the concept of having one single test that determines your fate for college worth it? Some students are naturally good at test taking but for...

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