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Wednesday, November 21, 2018

Why is There a Stigma Associated with Mental Health in Today’s Society?

By Catherine Ward Mental health is being discussed more than ever before. In fact, many of the top political debates in our country stem back to it, such as gun control and health care. In addition, resources for mental health are readily available. Hotlines are heavily...

The 2nd Amendment: Aiding it or punching a hole in it?

By: David John Schmidt Recently, the Senate approved a bill which rescinds an Obama-era directive in gun legislation. The directive was designed to restrict certain mentally ill individuals from purchasing a firearm. The bill originated...

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...

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,...

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...

Vegas highlights issues that we don’t want to tackle

Fifty-eight killed, five hundred twenty-seven injured. That is America’s newest casualty count. A casualty count not from a skirmish in a war, but from a concert in Las Vegas, Nevada. A concert. One more...

Where does our attention belong?

By: Danielle Sparmer “The media can’t tell us what to think, but they can tell us what to think about…” This one sentence has been repeated by literary analysts everywhere. However, audiences still struggle to see that...

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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