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Sunday, November 18, 2018

Paying for Time and Prestige: Prevalence of Micro-transactions in Gaming

By Scott Smith Mobile gaming has introduced a new business model into the gaming landscape: micro-transactions. A micro-transaction is the exchange of real world currency into a game currency. Game currencies allows the player to...

The Pros and Cons of Living Off Campus

By Emily Keyes When you first think about college, one major thought that pops into your head most likely has to do with living on campus. We’ve all seen the movies and heard the stories,...

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...

Controversial Advertisements in Media: Rinse, Racism, Repeat

By Meaghan Angers On October 6th, Dove released a 3-second video clip on their Facebook page of an African American woman taking off her skin tone t-shirt to reveal a white woman. This advertisement sparked...

Did You Forget Us, Amica?

“There’s nothing offered for me. Amica does nothing for Communication majors.” These kinds of complaints are heard fairly often among Arts and Science students, especially when the Career Fair rolls around. I must admit,...

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...

Seedling of Homogenous Hope: How The World Community Can Come Together

Over the course of the past year, I have researched and visited many universities as my oldest daughter has conductd her college search and application process. I’ve learned a great deal about the different...

What Greek Life Has to Offer

By Jake Zimmer Joining a fraternity is something that I never envisioned myself doing.  Coming into college last year, I was so invested in the stereotype that joining a fraternity is simply a cop-out to...

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