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Tuesday, July 16, 2019

Celebrities’ influence in the Market reaps rewards and consequences

Charlie Buress  When considering making personal investments, people indulge in an abundance of complex software's and detailed systems to predict what may happen to a company share price; however, there is nothing in place that...

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...

The Inability to Commit

By Angelique Perrone I’ve noticed a trend lately, that not only extends to students of Bryant, but also extends to the outside community and greater world. The fear of commitment can be seen in almost...

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...

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...

Collegiate Athletes Deserve Pay

By Daniel Johnson Student-Athletes have been generating abundant amounts of money for colleges and universities for as long as most of us have been alive.  The debate about whether or not the simple scholarship...

A Case for the Chicken, Not the Cow

By Taylor McHugh Almost everyone on earth loves fast food. If they don’t then I'm not sure they can be trusted, or they may just be flat out lying. When it comes to the fast...

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....

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