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Tuesday, July 14, 2020

Meet “4 The People”. Bryant Senate’s new eboard

Name: Joseph Rinaldi Year: Class of 2019 Position: President How will you listen to the student's voice and account for their needs? Bryant is a very special place. Students are so involved, maybe they’re in a student organization, or play a...

One Last Time

Dear Bryant University, As the semester begins to come to a close, I began to think about the year we had. We had many speakers visit our campus such as Ohio Governor John Kasich, Shark...

The Importance of Body Image as a Hot Button Topic at Bryant

By Jillian Buckley According to Mirasol Eating Disorder Recovery Centers, 10% of college students have some sort of eating disorder. Additionally, 55% of the adult population, about 116 million, is on a diet in order...

Fashion Designer Christian Siriano Sparks a Movement During Coronavirus Pandemic

By Jillian Walinski The entire world is experiencing a global pandemic that seems to continue to grow. Some people have been lackadaisical about the current situation, while others have been taking major precautions. These major...

Congratulations 2017 Applied Psychology award recipients!

By Professor Nanci Weinberger The 2017 Commencement Award for Excellence in Applied Psychology goes to Danielle Hoyt. The 2017 Excellence in Applied Psychology Service award goes to Katlyn Wyatt. The inaugural Janet Morahan-Martin Research Scholar award goes...

Housing the Homeless: Project Roomkey

By Carter Petro As the Coronavirus epidemic continues to plague the nation, some states are looking for new and creative ways to counter the disease.  One such state is California, which recently announced the “Project...

COVID-19 Leaves Americans Stranded Overseas

By Marissa Stern As the spread of the Coronavirus continues, nations across the globe have started taking the necessary precautions to slow the spread of the virus by banning international travel, implementing stay-at-home orders, and...

Covid-19 Infects NCAA Sports

By Christopher Wrenn On March 12th when the NCAA officially announced the cancellation of all spring sports, the coronavirus got serious for many Americans. It became clear that the impact of the virus would be...

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