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Thursday, September 16, 2021

The Importance of Sign Language

The desire of students to learn sign language increases every year. It can be assumed that this is because more students are expressing interest in being able to communicate with others who are disabled....

On the 100th Anniversary of its End, We Remember the People of WWI, and...

By Lorenzo Ricci The other day, when I was talking to my friend over dinner about what I would be writing for my archway article, I explained that I wanted to write about the 100th anniversary of the end of World...

I’m Your Biggest Fan Mason Ramsey 

We all miss those times as kids when our dreams may have been a little bigger. We wanted to be a professional athlete, a movie star, an astronaut, the President of the United States, a superhero, or even a dog. Once again,...

Social Media is Ruining Our Social Skills

By Emily Halpern Is social media even social? When you think about it, it couldn’t be more antisocial. Time spent curled up behind a smartphone, not talking to anyone, while scrolling and posting our way...

Why Donald Duck is the most powerful character in Kingdom Hearts III

Often when I am writing for the newspaper, it is usually about something rather serious. However, you did read that title correctly and I will be writing about the extremely serious and important topic of Donald Duck and why he...

Is Social Media Affecting Our Communication Skills?

By Emilie Despres Have you ever been at a restaurant and noticed everyone sitting at the table engrossed in their phones? The table is silent with everyone’s faces glowing from the apps and social media outlets they cannot seem to escape. Using...

Want More, Go Pick-Four

By Jacob Croteau  Quite recently, Bryant University dining has made some “upgrades” to the options available for students here on campus. Over my past two years on campus, we have had the same rotation of...

Frustration with Online Classes & COVID-19

By Ethan Nowak As all of you are well aware by now, our classes may very well be moving online for the remainder of the spring semester. The COVID-19 outbreak unexpectedly put a twist in...

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