Features

Yamato fails sushi test, recovers with hibachi

Yamato fails sushi test, recovers with hibachi

By Ashley Coker Managing Editor Dayton’s newest culinary staple, Yamato Japanese Steakhouse, has brought life back to the often-vacant building in front of Holiday Express on U.S. Highway 27. The frequently crowded parking lot should tip visitors off to what is waiting inside: hungry guests lining the walls, and no shorter than a 15 minute […]

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Tempest applies modern interpretation

Tempest applies modern interpretation

By Bria McKamey First the improvisational exercises—twirling and leaping through the air; then add the purple body paint. For theater major Grace Loe, it is just another day in the life. Well, except for the purple body paint maybe. In Bryan’s spring production of Shakespeare’s “The Tempest,” Loe plays Sprite, a purple-skinned nymph. It takes […]

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News

Zimmerman leaves, Meadows takes over Career Services

Zimmerman leaves, Meadows takes over Career Services

By Michelle Barger  Staff Writer  Associate Director of Career Services Chelsea Zimmerman will be leaving Bryan College in March, and Beverley Meadows will be taking the helm of Career Services. Zimmerman’s departure has been influenced by a couple things.  Her husband, Andrew Zimmerman, is now in the Air Force and will graduate officer training school […]

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Bryan endorsed by AiG as “creation college”

Bryan endorsed by AiG as “creation college”

By Ashley Coker Managing Editor  Bryan College has recently made its way onto Answers in Genesis’ list of “creation colleges.” Inclusion in the list means that the institution’s president has submitted written agreement with AiG’s Statement of Faith, which prominently features a literal interpretation of Genesis. Vice President of Finance Rick Taphorn said he came […]

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Sports

Softball sweeps home opener

Softball sweeps home opener

By Kenny Knudsen Sports Writer Bryan Softball opened up their first home series of they year this past weekend. The Lady Lions won the weekend with a 2-0 sweep over the University of Pikeville (Kentucky) to bring their record to 5-6. Bryan took the first game 8-0 in five innings with junior pitcher Sarah Hundley […]

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Lions face Scots for first time in 4 years

Lions face Scots for first time in 4 years

By Kat Frazier Sports Editor The Lions faced the Scots of Covenant College (Lookout Mountain, Georgia) for the first time in four years Saturday afternoon. The Lions had a 5-8 record against the Scots going into Saturday’s double header. The Lions won both games 5-1 and 5-2, respectively. They are now 15-4 overall.

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Opinion

Glimpses of Glory

Glimpses of Glory

By Caleb Julin Columnist God made man from the mud, why shouldn’t man see fit to crawl through it? If you’ve known me for any stretch of time, I’m sure you know that I am an avid outdoorsman who doesn’t mind getting a little dirty. You name the outdoor activity, and the odds are that […]

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Failing our brothers and sisters

Failing our brothers and sisters

‘Murica. Why that is our generation’s prevailing term for our country, I don’t know. But I do know that it is (supposedly) fueled  by a pride in the United States of America. A pride in the fact that we are one nation, that we are united with one another, that we share a belief in liberty […]

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Softball sweeps home opener

Softball sweeps home opener

| March 2, 2015 | 0 Comments

By Kenny Knudsen Sports Writer Bryan Softball opened up their first home series of they year this past weekend. The Lady Lions won the weekend with a 2-0 sweep over the University of Pikeville (Kentucky) to bring their record to 5-6. Bryan took the first game 8-0 in five innings with junior pitcher Sarah Hundley […]

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Lions face Scots for first time in 4 years

Lions face Scots for first time in 4 years

| March 2, 2015 | 0 Comments

By Kat Frazier Sports Editor The Lions faced the Scots of Covenant College (Lookout Mountain, Georgia) for the first time in four years Saturday afternoon. The Lions had a 5-8 record against the Scots going into Saturday’s double header. The Lions won both games 5-1 and 5-2, respectively. They are now 15-4 overall.

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Glimpses of Glory

Glimpses of Glory

| March 2, 2015 | 0 Comments

By Caleb Julin Columnist God made man from the mud, why shouldn’t man see fit to crawl through it? If you’ve known me for any stretch of time, I’m sure you know that I am an avid outdoorsman who doesn’t mind getting a little dirty. You name the outdoor activity, and the odds are that […]

Continue Reading