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The true heroes of sports–athletic trainers

The true heroes of sports–athletic trainers

By Mallory Morrison Staff Reporter Blood pumping. Sweat dripping. Heart beating. Then, in that moment you can finally taste it — victory! Athletes know the sweet taste of victory and the bitter taste of losing when it comes to sports.  But without the true hero behind the scenes, sports would have no taste at all.  […]

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The Birchwood Family Opry and Other Wanderings on Gospel and Country Music

The Birchwood Family Opry and Other Wanderings on Gospel and Country Music

Will Jones Staff Writer A half-mile from my house is a gospel-singing hall, which holds concerts the first Thursday of every month last time I checked. It used to be a video store with, according to the hoarse and cracking whisper of a worldly neighbor friend, a substantial porn offering. Now there are pews where […]

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News

Huston Hall to be closed for renovations during the 2014-2015 school year

Huston Hall to be closed for renovations during the 2014-2015 school year

By Ashley Coker Staff Writer Bryan College’s oldest women’s dorm, Huston Hall, will be closed for renovations this upcoming school year. “Based on current enrollment projections for 2014-2015, we are planning to take the opportunity to close Huston for the upcoming academic year, and potentially make some upgrades,” said Tim Shetter, assistant dean of community […]

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First floor Long to house women this fall

First floor Long to house women this fall

By Ashley Coker Staff Writer Beginning in the fall, the first floor of Long Hall will be home to female students, while the third and fourth floors continue to house male students. According to Matt Williams, Long’s resident director, after the decision to close Huston Hall for renovations was made and the number of students […]

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Sports

The true heroes of sports–athletic trainers

The true heroes of sports–athletic trainers

By Mallory Morrison Staff Reporter Blood pumping. Sweat dripping. Heart beating. Then, in that moment you can finally taste it — victory! Athletes know the sweet taste of victory and the bitter taste of losing when it comes to sports.  But without the true hero behind the scenes, sports would have no taste at all.  […]

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Lions win final home series 2-1 on Senior Day

Lions win final home series 2-1 on Senior Day

Kat Frazier Sports Editor The Bryan College Lions celebrated their final home series of the season and Senior Day with a 2-1 series win over Virginia Intermont College (Bristol, Va.) this weekend. They finished the season 29-24 overall and 14-13 in the AAC. The Lions suffered a devastating 14-8 loss in Friday’s nine-inning game after […]

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Opinion

Letter to the Editor: Christopher E. Bernard

Letter to the Editor: Christopher E. Bernard

Students, Faculty and Administration of Bryan College, I am a member of the Class of 2013 and I have many fond memories of my time at Bryan.  The faculty of Bryan played a huge role in the process of becoming the man I am today, and in igniting a passion in me for history and […]

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Letter to the Editor: Hear My Voice – Michael Whitlock

Letter to the Editor: Hear My Voice – Michael Whitlock

There is a tension that you can feel throughout our campus. I walk outside and my heart falls because the atmosphere is heavy, as if the humidity from all the tears and anger from so many people were clogging the air. The end of the semester is near and assignments are due for students… but […]

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The true heroes of sports–athletic trainers

The true heroes of sports–athletic trainers

| May 1, 2014 | 0 Comments

By Mallory Morrison Staff Reporter Blood pumping. Sweat dripping. Heart beating. Then, in that moment you can finally taste it — victory! Athletes know the sweet taste of victory and the bitter taste of losing when it comes to sports.  But without the true hero behind the scenes, sports would have no taste at all.  […]

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Letter to the Editor: Christopher E. Bernard

Letter to the Editor: Christopher E. Bernard

| May 1, 2014 | 0 Comments

Students, Faculty and Administration of Bryan College, I am a member of the Class of 2013 and I have many fond memories of my time at Bryan.  The faculty of Bryan played a huge role in the process of becoming the man I am today, and in igniting a passion in me for history and […]

Continue Reading

Huston Hall to be closed for renovations during the 2014-2015 school year

Huston Hall to be closed for renovations during the 2014-2015 school year

| May 1, 2014 | 0 Comments

By Ashley Coker Staff Writer Bryan College’s oldest women’s dorm, Huston Hall, will be closed for renovations this upcoming school year. “Based on current enrollment projections for 2014-2015, we are planning to take the opportunity to close Huston for the upcoming academic year, and potentially make some upgrades,” said Tim Shetter, assistant dean of community […]

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