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Movie Review: Beauty and The Beast 2017

Movie Review: Beauty and The Beast 2017

Written By: Samantha Burgess Staff Writer Do you long for adventure in the great wide somewhere? Or a familiar tale of love and redemption? Then the new live action Beauty and the Beast is for you. The live action Beauty and the Beast, directed by Bill Condon (Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Pt. 1&2, Dreamgirls), features […]

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Break for Change Spring 2017

Break for Change Spring 2017

Written By: Weslee Clark Staff Writer       What did you do over Spring Break? For most it included beach trips, amusement parks, and a lot of resting up. Not for some Bryan College students. Over Spring Break three groups went to Costa Rica, Haiti, Houston Texas and Dayton, Tenn. These groups went out, […]

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News

Literary Contest winners and honorable mentions

Literary Contest winners and honorable mentions

Written By: Samantha Burgess Bryan’s annual Literary Contest was held on April 12, 2017 in the SGA/Student Life suite on Latimer’s third floor. There were 25 contestants and five categories to enter. Senior Christopher Nitzband won the poetry category with his collection of poems based on older English form. Honorable mentions include senior Jubilee Lofgran, […]

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Gorsuch for SCOTUS!

Gorsuch for SCOTUS!

Written By: Grace Graves Political and Government Correspondent Last Monday, federal appeals court judge Neil Gorsuch was sworn in to the Supreme Court in a 54-45 vote. This confirmation comes after much contention about his nomination from many Democrats in Congress. President Donald Trump praised Gorsuch in a formal statement released by the White House […]

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Sports

Bryan fishing team extend lead in Cabela’s School of the Year race

Bryan fishing team extend lead in Cabela’s School of the Year race

Written By: Colby Roach Sports Editor DAYTON, Tenn.— With two months left in the 2017 Cabela’s School of the Year race, schools from across the nation are searching for every possible point they can earn to add to their total. Bryan College claims the top spot totaling 1,942 points. Trailing close behind is the University […]

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Inside look at the Mental Side of Golf

Inside look at the Mental Side of Golf

Written By: Colby Roach Sports Editor Raymond Floyd’s book “The Elements of Scoring” was written for the avid golfer looking to better his scoring ability on the golf course. Written along the lines of Dr. Bob Rotella’s series of books, Floyd alluded that the way to become a better scorer is by knowing your strengths […]

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Opinion

The Importance of “A Little Book on the Christian Life” – Read at Your Own Risk.

The Importance of “A Little Book on the Christian Life” – Read at Your Own Risk.

  Written By : Jacob Jones Managing Editor An excerpt from John Calvin’s Institutes of the Christian Religion (before anyone gets their knickers in a twist, this book does not concern predestination), the chapter addressed in this review is Calvin’s brief overview of the Christian’s walk in faith. Calvin’s Institutes saw many additions in his […]

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Reviewing: The Shack

Reviewing: The Shack

Written By: Nathan Ecarma Managing Editor A controversial, best-selling novel by William P. Young hit the big screen sparking controversy within evangelical circles. Initially a book written for only his children and close friends, it became a best-seller, selling over 20 million, but now has reached a wider audience with $16.1 million in ticket sales […]

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Literary Contest winners and honorable mentions

Literary Contest winners and honorable mentions

| April 23, 2017 | 0 Comments

Written By: Samantha Burgess Bryan’s annual Literary Contest was held on April 12, 2017 in the SGA/Student Life suite on Latimer’s third floor. There were 25 contestants and five categories to enter. Senior Christopher Nitzband won the poetry category with his collection of poems based on older English form. Honorable mentions include senior Jubilee Lofgran, […]

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The Importance of “A Little Book on the Christian Life” – Read at Your Own Risk.

The Importance of “A Little Book on the Christian Life” – Read at Your Own Risk.

| April 20, 2017 | 0 Comments

  Written By : Jacob Jones Managing Editor An excerpt from John Calvin’s Institutes of the Christian Religion (before anyone gets their knickers in a twist, this book does not concern predestination), the chapter addressed in this review is Calvin’s brief overview of the Christian’s walk in faith. Calvin’s Institutes saw many additions in his […]

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Gorsuch for SCOTUS!

Gorsuch for SCOTUS!

| April 17, 2017 | 0 Comments

Written By: Grace Graves Political and Government Correspondent Last Monday, federal appeals court judge Neil Gorsuch was sworn in to the Supreme Court in a 54-45 vote. This confirmation comes after much contention about his nomination from many Democrats in Congress. President Donald Trump praised Gorsuch in a formal statement released by the White House […]

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