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Tuesday, July 16, 2019

You Can’t Enjoy the Luxuries That You Don’t Know Exist

By James Freirich Have you ever traveled to a far-away city, only to find out after you left that there was an exquisite cafe right near your hotel? Have you ever bought a stock, only...
Road ahead of 2018

Starting the Semester on Good Footing

It’s already been three weeks since move in day. Did your summer go by too fast? Does it feel like you never left? Fear not, for if you take the effort to make every...

Final Thoughts: A reflection Piece

By Kristina Chambers The late 1700s and early 1800s was a time of great change in American society. During this time period, a part of society was advocating for the abolition of the slave trade....

Outlander Season 4: Journey in America

When last we left our brave and bold—James Alexander Malcolm Mackenzie Fraser (Jaime) and Claire Elizabeth Beauchamp Randall Fraser (Claire)—in December of 2017, the two lovers were rushing against time in the land of Jamaica to prevent the unthinkable....

John Lennon and Me: The Bryant Players’ Successful Fall Production

By Lauren Malone This past Friends and Family weekend, The Bryant Players put on their annual fall show. The show choice for this year, John Lennon and Me, follows the life of Star, a thirteen-year-old...

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...

This Month’s Sustainability Report

By Daniel Giacomuzzi RecycleMania is a friendly competition and benchmarking tool for college and university recycling programs to promote waste reduction activities to their campus communities. Over an 8-week period each spring, colleges across the...

Big, Dark, and a Whole New World

By Thomas Maranian 93 meters down you will find the wreck of the Lusitania. 443 meters down is the depth at which the Empire State building would stand. At 1,000 meters below the surface, light...

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