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Wednesday, April 24, 2019

Liberal Arts at a “Business School”

By Flora Goodman Everyone knows of Bryant University because it is one of the top business schools in the area, and of course that is something to be proud of, as a student that attends...

Why Donald Duck is the most powerful character in Kingdom Hearts III

Often when I am writing for the newspaper, it is usually about something rather serious. However, you did read that title correctly and I will be writing about the extremely serious and important topic of Donald Duck and why he...

Stoneman Douglas High School Shooting

By Ryan Strik The time has come again when we must view the same headline on our televisions; when we are drawn to the same horrific images that have stained our eyes 18 times already...

Do Yourself a Favor Next Time and Do Not Hit “Post”

It's not a secret, we all know that our generation relies heavily on social media for almost all aspects of our lives. Apps and websites like Twitter, Instagram, Snapchat and Facebook account for a...

Did Millennials Kill Hobbies?

Is Netflix a hobby?  Personally, I do not think so.  A few days ago a fellow Archway writer and I were discussing what we like to do in our free time.  Clearly, we both...

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...

Old Enough to Die But Not to Drink

By: Sydney Holloway Adulthood comes with many responsibilities.  For most individuals under 21 it includes voting, paying bills, opening a bank account, and, for a large faction, it means living on their own for the first time. So, it’s not...

“Is It Worth the Price?”

By David John Schmidt In Europe, it has been announced that the European Union wants to slash carbon emissions by 2050 to pre-1990 levels; that is an astounding 80 percent cut. However, Europe presently is...

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