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Thursday, December 2, 2021

Public Speaking Colloquium 2017

Applications are now available By Susan Baran It’s that time of year again!  Bryant’s annual Public Speaking Colloquium is scheduled for Monday evening, March 27th at 7:00PM, with the preliminary competition planned throughout the day on...

“I feel like I did that to myself”

“I told him to stop. He thought I was joking. I froze.” Kristina Erickson, Beloit College. “I had no intention of sleeping with this woman. I kept telling her.” Daniel Episcope, University of the Pacific. “I...

Bryant’s Fed Challenge Team Places Second in the Boston Federal Reserve District

In November, eight undergraduate Bryant students competed as a team in the annual College Fed Challenge. Each year, over twenty schools from the Boston Federal Reserve District travel to the Federal Reserve Bank of...

Michael Sam Shares his Story with Bryant Community

On Thursday February 23rd, Bryant was lucky enough to welcome Michael Sam to campus to share his story and experience as the first openly gay player in the NFL. Sam also shared meaningful anecdotes...

Archway Poll: Clinton Wins, Students Unhappy with their Choices

A plurality of students in a recent Archway Newspaper poll say they plan to vote for Hillary Clinton in the upcoming presidential election. The poll of 114 Bryant students, taken in the week prior...

Bryant Falls to Brown in High Scoring Matchup

The Bryant University football team came out strong against rival Brown, but was unable to hold on to an early lead, falling 35-27. Looking to take a second straight game in the series, the...

Welcome Alpha Sigma Alpha in 2017!

by Rachel Luce Bryant University will be welcoming a new sorority on campus. The existing National Panhellenic Council sororities had a say between two potential sororities, Kappa Delta and Alpha Sigma Alpha. After the extension...

Greek Corner: Panhellenic Report

Recruitment: We passed extension last year with a ⅔ vote, and had 4 exploratory visits over the summer with Fraternity & Sorority Advisor, Sue Zarnowski. Upon returning to school, two of those exploratory visits submitted...

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