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Christmas in July: Appropriate or Not?

Christmas in July: Appropriate or Not?

Written by: Samantha Burgess Pine trees, twinkling lights, ornaments, gifts wrapped in patterned paper and tied with bows, Black Friday, Cyber Monday, Santa Claus, baby Jesus, hot chocolate, singing Deck the Halls, time with family and friends; these are some things you may think of when Christmas is mentioned.             Every year around the end […]

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Leonard Cohen Obit: The life the legacy

Leonard Cohen Obit: The life the legacy

Written By: Nathan Ecarma Managing Editor/Correspondent for Worldview and Culture      With the death of Leonard Norman Cohen, 2016 has experienced an exodus of music revolutionaries. Sensations such as Prince, David Bowie, and Merle Haggard have left the building.     Cohen was born on September 21, 1934 in Quebec, Canada. After 82 years, […]

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News

Bryan Chapel, a discussion about the elections, and the coming presidency of Donald J. Trump

Bryan Chapel, a discussion about the elections, and the coming presidency of Donald J. Trump

By Grace Graces, political correspondent Republican presidential nominee Donald J. Trump shocked the nation when he won the 2016 presidential election. Less than seven hours after President-elect Donald Trump gave his acceptance speech, Bryan College hosted a panel of staff to discuss the implications of this presidency. The audience first heard from Mr. Andrew Smith, […]

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Update: Southeast Wildfires Continue

Update: Southeast Wildfires Continue

Written By: Samantha Burgess The wildfires across the Southeast, including Tenn. and Ga. are continuing to affect the quality of the air and of the lives of those affected. The Chattanoogan reported that 21-year-old Andrew Lewis was arrested with arson charges on Nov. 10th. He was charged with setting fires on Cagle and Smith Mountain […]

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Sports

Men’s Soccer ends season to loss against Spring Arbor

Men’s Soccer ends season to loss against Spring Arbor

Written By: Colby Roach Sports Editor Dayton, TN— Bryan Lions men’s soccer suffered their season ending loss to Spring Arbor University (Mich.) in OT in the first round of the NAIA National Championship on Nov. 19. The Lions jumped to a 2-0 lead after the first half with goals from Sophomores Charlie Clarke and Cooper […]

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For the Love of the Game: Bryan rugby

For the Love of the Game: Bryan rugby

Written By: Jacob Jones Managing Editor In spite of a tribulant existence, the Bryan College Rugby Football Club (BCRFC) pushes forward in its mission of Christ centered rugby brotherhood. The team plays solely for the brotherhood and the love of the game.  Being a club sport, the players do not receive scholarships.  The team is […]

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Opinion

The ‘70s Dress

The ‘70s Dress

Written By: Emily Hutson Bryan Triangle Fashion Consultant/ Correspondent The 1970s or ‘70s were a time of many odd fads, but they were a fabulous time for clothes. Patchwork, suede, and hats were all the rage. Granted, most of these things went of style out years ago but this dress is making a comeback across […]

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Letter to the Editor: Why I am voting for Donald Trump

Letter to the Editor: Why I am voting for Donald Trump

Written by: Dr Lyle Smith Lyle Smith, Ph.D. is professor of math at Bryan College; he hold a doctor of philosophy in math and physics, an master in divinity, a master of math, and a master in science in physics. Tomorrow I will head downtown to the polling station and cast my ballot for Donald […]

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Five tips to get you through Hell Week

Five tips to get you through Hell Week

| December 7, 2016 | 0 Comments

Nathan Ecarma Worldview and Life Correspondent Managing Editor With Hell Week currently taking its toll, we’re going to need a few tips to survive. Let’s start with: Don’t be an idiot.  Just kidding. Well, actually Michael gave Dwight pretty good advice. Speaking more practically, here are my tips for surviving Hell Week: Go to the […]

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Christmas in July: Appropriate or Not?

Christmas in July: Appropriate or Not?

| December 6, 2016 | 0 Comments

Written by: Samantha Burgess Pine trees, twinkling lights, ornaments, gifts wrapped in patterned paper and tied with bows, Black Friday, Cyber Monday, Santa Claus, baby Jesus, hot chocolate, singing Deck the Halls, time with family and friends; these are some things you may think of when Christmas is mentioned.             Every year around the end […]

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Leonard Cohen Obit: The life the legacy

Leonard Cohen Obit: The life the legacy

| November 29, 2016 | 0 Comments

Written By: Nathan Ecarma Managing Editor/Correspondent for Worldview and Culture      With the death of Leonard Norman Cohen, 2016 has experienced an exodus of music revolutionaries. Sensations such as Prince, David Bowie, and Merle Haggard have left the building.     Cohen was born on September 21, 1934 in Quebec, Canada. After 82 years, […]

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