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Wednesday, March 20, 2019

A Call to Arms on Fronts of Social Media

By Alex Chace We are living in unprecedented times, in every sense of the word. Down is up, up is down, and the First Amendment has been crumpled up and thrown straight into the trash....

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...

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...

Is Gary Johnson actually important?

Far below the hustle and bustle of the media’s coverage of Hillary’s next email leak or The Donald’s next vulgar comment about women, there is another candidate who has been drowned out; who has...

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...

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...

A Sad Glimpse of the Morals in Media

By Masey Zegarowski The goal of every newspaper is to grow and to sell the most copies of their issues, in order to make the most money. Magazines, newspapers, and other forms of media do...

Why College Athletes Should Be Paid

By Annie Campbell Over the past decade or so, there has been an ongoing debate over whether collegiate athletes, specifically football and basketball players, should be paid. It seems as though everybody has a different...

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