Bryan College Cuts Ribbon on Vogel School of Engineering

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Written by Mathäus Schwarzen, staff writer Deborah and Elizabeth Cornwell cut the ribbon for the new Vogel School of Engineering on April 11. The new wing in Mercer will add six engineering labs and 10 other rooms, including the second largest auditorium on campus. The school is still working on some areas of installation, but Read More

The Shoe that started NIKE

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Few sneakers can stand the test of time and rise above others. It must go from a quick trend to an instant classic. It must  be adopted by sneakerheads and the general public to be successful. A prime example of this is the Nike Cortez, one of the most infamous pairs of sneakers, and the Read More

My Fair Lady has a Successful Weekend

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Written by Samantha Burgess, managing editor The Bryan College Fine Arts department put on a production of “My Fair Lady” the weekend of April 11-13. “My Fair Lady,” set in London in the year 1912, follows the story of Eliza Doolittle, played by Sophie Jaeger. Eliza is a working class girl who dreams of owning Read More

Ichiro Calls It After 19 Year Major League Career

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Ichiro Suzuki, known exclusively by only his first name ‘Ichiro’, has been a Hall-of-Fame-caliber player in Major League Baseball since 2001 and is retiring at the age of 45. The probable first-ballot hall of famer began his American career with the Seattle Mariners, until later playing in Miami and New York, before returning to Seattle Read More