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At the hands of the government

At the hands of the government

Written by: Kate Westrick Political Correspondent  I’ve often heard people complain of oppression at the hands of government. Many times, citizens stand by as if they were mere hapless victims subject to whatever their elected officials deem appropriate. This attitude has been on the rise, especially in regard to the 2016 presidential election. There was […]

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Print vs Online: does one dominate the other?

Print vs Online: does one dominate the other?

By: Samantha Burgess In a society driven by technology, is print still necessary? Today almost every person has a phone, computer or device that allows them to instantly connect to the internet. The days of writing letters are long gone, and they have been replaced by text, call and social media. Printed books are now […]

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Is Genesis History? documentary lands in TN, Bryan students help fill the Chattanooga theater

Is Genesis History? documentary lands in TN, Bryan students help fill the Chattanooga theater

By: Nathan Ecarma Worldview & Culture Correspondent, Managing Editor On Feb. 23, a Thursday evening, Bryan students, faculty and Hamilton County residents were greeted by Dr. Neal Doran as they filtered into Carmike Northgate 14 cinema for an anonymously sponsored viewing of the new documentary Is Genesis History?. Is Genesis History? was the most viewed […]

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Four games in four days lead to 2017 AAC championship win

Four games in four days lead to 2017 AAC championship win

By: Colby Roach Sports Editor KINGSPORT, Tenn.— Bryan College women’s basketball defeated Tennessee Wesleyan College 72-47 to win the 2017 Appalachian Athletic Conference (AAC) Women’s Basketball Tournament on Saturday. The Lady Lions became the first women’s team to win four games in four days to secure the AAC tournament title. “I am so proud of […]

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Sports

Financial Aid for Division III Student Athletes: DIII vs. NAIA

Financial Aid for Division III Student Athletes: DIII vs. NAIA

By: Chuck Harris Choosing a college is one of the most important decisions one will make in their lifetime. College, for many, determines how one will spend the rest of their life. Because of this, making the right decision requires questions such as  “Does this college have my major?”; “Will I become homesick?”; and, “Do […]

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The Legacy of Tom Brady

The Legacy of Tom Brady

Written By Chuck Harris Staff Writer Dayton, Tenn.- As the day turned to night, and Tom Brady’s fifth Super Bowl ring was slipping away. The New England Patriots were under a 25-point deficit and time was not on their side. Through the chaos, Tom Brady proved his resilience, leading his team to victory. The game that […]

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Opinion

At the hands of the government

At the hands of the government

Written by: Kate Westrick Political Correspondent  I’ve often heard people complain of oppression at the hands of government. Many times, citizens stand by as if they were mere hapless victims subject to whatever their elected officials deem appropriate. This attitude has been on the rise, especially in regard to the 2016 presidential election. There was […]

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Worldly justice or biblical justice?

Worldly justice or biblical justice?

By: Everett Kirkman Staff Writer Justice is a word often misconstrued and defined by persons to suit their own interests. How can one word be interpreted with so many different definitions? The concept of justice is viewed differently everywhere you go. No two cultures across time or space agree completely on where this definition of […]

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At the hands of the government

At the hands of the government

| March 10, 2017 | 0 Comments

Written by: Kate Westrick Political Correspondent  I’ve often heard people complain of oppression at the hands of government. Many times, citizens stand by as if they were mere hapless victims subject to whatever their elected officials deem appropriate. This attitude has been on the rise, especially in regard to the 2016 presidential election. There was […]

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Print vs Online: does one dominate the other?

Print vs Online: does one dominate the other?

| March 10, 2017 | 0 Comments

By: Samantha Burgess In a society driven by technology, is print still necessary? Today almost every person has a phone, computer or device that allows them to instantly connect to the internet. The days of writing letters are long gone, and they have been replaced by text, call and social media. Printed books are now […]

Continue Reading

Financial Aid for Division III Student Athletes: DIII vs. NAIA

Financial Aid for Division III Student Athletes: DIII vs. NAIA

| March 10, 2017 | 0 Comments

By: Chuck Harris Choosing a college is one of the most important decisions one will make in their lifetime. College, for many, determines how one will spend the rest of their life. Because of this, making the right decision requires questions such as  “Does this college have my major?”; “Will I become homesick?”; and, “Do […]

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