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A New Way to Store Kinetic Energy

By Jonathan Saker We currently have a technological problem with wind and solar power generation. Basically, what the problem is sometimes the wind is blowing when we don't need electricity and sometimes, we need electricity when the...

Plans to Prevent Further Racial Ignorance

By: Grace Sewell  On the afternoon of February 6th I received and email from Bryant’s Vice President for Student Affairs John Saddlemire, titled “Alleged Racial Incident”. The email, addressed to all Bryant University students, spoke of an incident where “racial bias” was received by a student on...

Trump delivers the State of the Union

By: Charles Ameen  President Donald J. Trump delivered his State of the Union address Tuesday, February 5, 2019. During his speech, Trump spoke about many topics that are relevant in the United States today. President Trump began his speech by saying...

What’s Happening In Britain?

By Matthew Bridge Britain has been stuck in a bitter argument with not just the European Union, but also itself for the last three years. Former Prime Minister Teresa May tried her best to negotiate a deal with the EU that pleased everyone involved, but ultimately failed...

Goodell takes a seat, and the NFL rises in viewship as a result

By: Daniel Wilson  As we look back on the NFL, years past have been filled with exciting plays and cheering fans. Despite this, they have also been filled with many unanswered questions. 2017 was a year the NFL...

It’s New England vs. Everyone Else

By Taylor Tyan After a long NFL season, the New England Patriots were recently in their ninth Super Bowl with Tom Brady and coach Bill Belichick this past Sunday in Super Bowl LIII. They have...

What’s Next in the World of Business

By Samuel Chase Business is an ever-revolving cycle of highs and lows, peaks and troughs. It is what companies base their business models off of. The question they ask is, what is next? What is the direction for the company?...

Valentine’s Day’s Impact on Business

By Alec Binette Anyone who has gone shopping in late January or early February has almost definitely experienced a flood of the color red.  During this time of the year, retailers focus on cashing in...

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