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Monday, October 23, 2017

Beyond the Diagnosis Art Exhibit

By Erin Benoit, Amanda Ouellette & Sarah Hancock There are 7,000 rare diseases in the world, affecting 30 million Americans, the majority of them being children. Bryant University alum Patricia Weltin, founder and CEO of...

Rob & Chyna: everything you want to know even if you didn’t want to...

As an avid Reality TV consumer, it takes a lot for me to consider a show a “must see”. Truth be told, I am not, and have never been that big of a “Keeping...

Four movies every Bryant student should watch

Movies, though great sources of entertainment, have the ability to transcend shallow expositions of mindless action or superficial romance and take on new meaning, especially when it comes to relating itself to one’s personal...

‘The Day the Music Died’

By Michael McGaffigan “I can’t remember if I cried When I read about his widowed bride But something touched me deep inside The day the music died” Written in 1971, “American Pie” by Don McLean is an 8 ½...

Tales From the Boneyard: 1986 Hyundai Excel

Ask a wise and venerable old sage for advice, and he might say a journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step. This old adage aptly describes the long and arduous road...

Charities that should raise more attention

Although college students are not the first demographic to be targeted to donate to charities, it does not hurt to become more familiar with them. Especially ones that are not really household names like...

Is Drake on the Road to Becoming One of the Greatest of All Time?

By Terrill Toe On March 18th 2017, the talented music artist, Drake, released the fifth album of his music career. According to Drake, More Life is considered a playlist rather than an album. The playlist...

The Anthem We All Needed: Alicia Keys “Girl Can’t Be Herself”

In the very recently released album “HERE” by Alicia Keys, she has a song titled “Girl Can’t Be Herself” which I think embodies some of the main concerns that women have today, while (importantly)...

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