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Is there a Culture of Sexual Harassment Towards Women at FOX

By Matt Reagan Fox News political commentator and star of the television show “The O’Reilly Factor,” Bill O’Reilly, has recently been in hot water with reports of him being involved in a sexual harassment scandal...

Popular Transit App is Now Offering Real-Time Information for RIPTA Passengers

“Transit” goes live with RIPTA information on Thursday, December 8, 2016 By Barbara Polichetti of Rhode Island Public Transit Authority  Waiting at a bus stop and wondering if your bus will arrive on time? You don’t have to...

Opioid Crisis Gains National Attention After Overdose Spike

By: Bethany Haynes On Thursday, April 5th, our nation’s Surgeon General, Dr. Jerome Adams, issued a national advisory about the growing opioid epidemic and how to help those experiencing an overdose. According to the National Institute on Drug Abuse, opioids...

EU leaders push for a joint military

by Jacob D. Clark The leaders of Germany, Poland, Hungary, Slovakia, and the Czech Republic met ahead of the EU summit in order to discuss Brexit. Britain’s exit of the European Union has raised many...

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...

Legalization of Marijuana

by Julia Ransom As we approach the 2016 Presidential Election, there is a lot of talk about the legalization of marijuana. At this time, we are closer than we have ever been to actually taking...

Olympic Truce May Turn into World Peace

By Mark Boullie The opening ceremony of the 2018 winter Olympics heavily symbolized a greater peace between the divided Korean nations. While we must remain skeptical of the impacts of this act of unity, we...

Hurricane Florence Hitting the Carolinas

By Ceili Ahern As hurricane Florence is downgraded to a tropical depression the after effects are still lingering. The hurricane made landfall in North Carolina on Friday, September 14th as a category one hurricane with winds gusting...

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