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Tuesday, July 16, 2019

Failure: Success that’s in Disguise

Elana Williams-Leonard  I’m sure you have experienced failure at some point in your life. Maybe a job that you had been anxiously waiting to hear back from for months finally told you that you are not what...

Self-marketing; A Valuable Skill or are we Selling Ourselves Short?

By Danielle Veith As Bryant students, we see it everywhere. “Learn to market yourself effectively!” “Pitch yourself!” “How to appeal to employers!” This incessant command to make ourselves attractive to the working world is inescapable,...

Snapchat: an upgrade or just an update?

By: Nick Arpino The new Snapchat update has arrived and there is a handful of significant changes. Some of us downloaded this update not knowing what we would be getting ourselves into. Others may have fallen victim to the, seemingly helpful, auto-update. Regardless of whether you...

The Kavanaugh Hearings: What They Revealed

By Brandon Carroll Brett Kavanaugh is a name that has been in constant circulation throughout all media outlets. Kavanaugh is a Supreme Court nominee who was personally selected by President Donald Trump back in early July. Recently, two women...

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...

Who’s ready to Bowl? Head to Mass!

By Brian Rota In some locations in the New England area (mostly in Massachusetts) you have the option of either playing Candlepin or Ten-Pin Bowling. For those that do not know what Candlepin bowling is,...

How to Deal With Dreaded Student Loans

By Brandon Flamand Student loans are scary. Almost all college students have them and stress about how to deal with them even before they graduate. Here are some ways to alleviate this stress, obtain some...

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...

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