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Thursday, September 24, 2020

Allegory to Jesus in Tolkien’s Gandalf

Whether by way of authorial intentions or mere coincidence, the mythical tale J.R.R. Tolkien created of Middle-Earth and its inhabitants has incorporated allegories of all sorts, and those related to Christianity. With high fantasy comes much and more to discuss and...

Everything to Know About Laptop Central

By Jared Teixeira What kind of electronics can I take to Laptop Central? Laptop Central can help with any electronic issues you have. Whether it is your Bryant issued Laptop, Cell Phone, Video Game Console, Personal...

The Big Bang Theory- Although It Is A Great Explanation, It Is Just One...

In the beginning, there was nothing—nothing but a chasm of infinite darkness, and in a way, a peace that would last indefinitely. The universe, as is viewed today, was merely a singularity. There was...

OMAD and Warrior Dieting- Potential to Transform Your Body, Mind, and Soul

Before you ask yourself whether “this diet is right for me,” you really ought to ask yourself what you are setting out to achieve. Are you struggling to shed five percent body fat? Are...

Five Things to Know About Studying Abroad

In terms of opportunity, Bryant offers its students vast options throughout the entity of the college career. From the Sophomore International Experience, where students can travel outside of Smithfield for two weeks to a...

Shutter Island (2010) Film Review

I think that Shutter Island was a masterpiece by Martin Scorsese. For me, the film was compelling to watch because it contains topnotch performances and excellent direction. The setting of the narration was also perfect in that it created the...

We Are Not Alone In The Universe, Nor Were We Ever And Nor Will...

By now, you probably know that we are living on Earth, which is in the Milky Way, which is merely one galaxy out of over 100 billion, which is part of one universe (or...

From the Poet’s Corner

  I would like share recent student responses to poems read in an LCS 121 class.  What was unique about the poems was their newness: many had been taken from recent editions of New Yorker...

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