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We need action, not just conversation over gun control laws in America

“Politicians who sit in their gilded House and Senate seated funded by the NRA telling us nothing could have ever been done to prevent this, we call BS,” she said. “They say that tougher...

The US Open Leaves Questions Unreferreed

By Dante Riccardi The 2018 US Open that took place from August 27th to September 9th is an event that people will are going to be talking about for quite some time. While the entire tournament captivated audiences around the world, the match...

The Pros and Cons of Living Off Campus

By Emily Keyes When you first think about college, one major thought that pops into your head most likely has to do with living on campus. We’ve all seen the movies and heard the stories,...

Suck it up and vote

Over the last several months, the phrase circulating throughout the American electorate even more than any name-calling Trump concocts in his Mean Girls-style burn book is “this election is bigger than you and me.”...

The tape heard ’round the world

For nearly a year and a half, America has begrudgingly put up with The Donald, this candidate of duplicity, xenophobia, and overt malignance. Republican voters have bitten the bullet on his radical stances on...

Self-marketing; A Valuable Skill or are we Selling Ourselves Short?

By Danielle Veith As Bryant students, we see it everywhere. “Learn to market yourself effectively!” “Pitch yourself!” “How to appeal to employers!” This incessant command to make ourselves attractive to the working world is inescapable,...

Why is There a Stigma Associated with Mental Health in Today’s Society?

By Catherine Ward Mental health is being discussed more than ever before. In fact, many of the top political debates in our country stem back to it, such as gun control and health care. In addition, resources for mental health are readily available. Hotlines are heavily...

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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