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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?...

The Class of 2021

On Saturday, September 2nd That is the number of new bulldogs from all walks of life that waltzed onto Bryant University’s campus. This number makes the Class of 2021 the second largest in Bryant...

What Greek Life Has to Offer

By Jake Zimmer Joining a fraternity is something that I never envisioned myself doing.  Coming into college last year, I was so invested in the stereotype that joining a fraternity is simply a cop-out to...

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...

Sharing is Caring?

by Christopher Foss I am not a traditional Bryant University student. I am over 25, I do not live on campus, and I work full-time at a restaurant. Working at a restaurant gives me an...

Why Sigma Chi?

When I first enrolled at Bryant University, I did not expect to be in a fraternity. That changed when I met the brothers of the Sigma Chi fraternity. They were a bunch, they were...

AOII Lights the Night to Support Blood Cancer Research

Last Sunday, the Beta Upsilon Chapter of Alpha Omicron Pi participated in the Light the Night Walk in Providence for the second year in a row. The Light the Night Walk is the Leukemia...

Dunkin’ or Dunkin Donuts

By Samantha Iacone As word spreads quickly around, it is true that Dunkin’ Donuts has been testing a name change. Fortune reports that, “The change comes at the request of the coffee chain’s parent company...

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