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The ‘nerd’ takeover

With the advancement of technology comes many perks and privileges, but also consequences and liabilities. The innovations that came with this advancement finally had to knock on the doors of the world of business....

Bryant’s Fed Challenge Team Places Second in Boston District for Second Year in a...

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

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...

What Makes Bryant Unique?: The Sophomore Internationl Experiance

Bryant University is a university that is special. We have a very unique culture and experience that we are very fortunate to have as bulldogs. One experience that makes us special is our Sophomore...

41st Festival of Lights Joyfully Brings Together the Bryant Community

By Zachary Graham The Festival of lights is an annual event that Bryant University holds every winter season. It is an all-day event that allows the students to take part in festive events and to...

One hundred fifty-seven killed on Ethiopian flight

Abigail Labrie  March 10th, 2019 Ethiopian Airlines Flight 302 crashed and killed all 157 people on board. The crash occurred after takeoff from Addis Ababa and was expected to land in Nairobi, Kenya. This airline...

The Archway Interviews John Quiñones

On March 20th, 2019, I was granted the opportunity by SPB, and the staff of John Quiñones to interview Mr. Quiñones. I would like to thank them all including Mr. Quiñones for letting me have the privilege and the...

Introducing Professor Drea Brown

Bryant University is pleased to welcome a new member to the Literary and Cultural Studies Department, Professor Drea Brown. Professor Brown is originally from St. Louis, Missouri. She received her undergraduate degree in English...

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