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Your informed vote matters now more than ever

Your informed vote matters now more than ever

By Grace Graves The basis of a functioning constitutional republic is an informed, voting citizenry. According to the Tennessee Secretary of State, under 2.5 million people voted in the 2012 general election. The number was lower in 2014 when America was not in the middle of a heated U.S. presidential race between the incumbent President […]

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9/11 Prayer Breakfast:  We Remember

9/11 Prayer Breakfast: We Remember

Written By: Everett Kirkman     The Student Government Association Junior Class at Bryan College hosted a prayer breakfast at 9:00 am of September 11th, 2016 to commemorate all those who fell in the 9/11 attacks 15 years ago, and in the wars that followed. Melinda Baker, president of the junior class said, “We were […]

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Dayton Hit and Run: Reward for Information

Dayton Hit and Run: Reward for Information

Written By: Jacob Jones        Dayton resident killed by intentional hit and run: Police offer $2500 for info. A fatal hit and run took place last Tuesday in the We Care parking lot next to Food City in Dayton, Tenn. The suspect attempted to put a broken cabinet in the We Care donation […]

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Bryan College Soccer Update : September 5

Bryan College Soccer Update : September 5

Written By: Colby Roach Men’s Soccer Start The Season 4-0 The Bryan Lions Men’s Soccer team starts the season 4-0 after a win against West Virginia Institute of Technology last Saturday. The Lions have recorded 15 goals combined in the first four games and only allowed three goals. Leading the way for the Lions is […]

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Bryan College Men’s Golf Team Ends The Spring Semeste

Bryan College Men’s Golf Team Ends The Spring Semeste

By: Colby Roach  Staff Writer Dayton, TN— The Lions began the AAC Conference tournament with a good chance to claim the conference title. After shooting a 307 (+19), the Lions found themselves only five shots back of the leader, Union College. The Lions began day two motivated to try and make a push to jump […]

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Your informed vote matters now more than ever

Your informed vote matters now more than ever

By Grace Graves The basis of a functioning constitutional republic is an informed, voting citizenry. According to the Tennessee Secretary of State, under 2.5 million people voted in the 2012 general election. The number was lower in 2014 when America was not in the middle of a heated U.S. presidential race between the incumbent President […]

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To my congressman: A plea for a public role of the Christian religion

To my congressman: A plea for a public role of the Christian religion

Written By: Morgan Renninger     The issue of rights has dredged up many inconsistencies with the delegations of freedoms and assurances, making aware the rights of Christians are diminishing alarmingly fast. As groups clamor for rights, other groups have their hands tied and their voices silenced. When did it become a crime to have […]

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Picture of the Week

Picture of the Week

| September 26, 2016 | 0 Comments

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Your informed vote matters now more than ever

Your informed vote matters now more than ever

| September 22, 2016 | 0 Comments

By Grace Graves The basis of a functioning constitutional republic is an informed, voting citizenry. According to the Tennessee Secretary of State, under 2.5 million people voted in the 2012 general election. The number was lower in 2014 when America was not in the middle of a heated U.S. presidential race between the incumbent President […]

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To my congressman: A plea for a public role of the Christian religion

To my congressman: A plea for a public role of the Christian religion

| September 20, 2016 | 0 Comments

Written By: Morgan Renninger     The issue of rights has dredged up many inconsistencies with the delegations of freedoms and assurances, making aware the rights of Christians are diminishing alarmingly fast. As groups clamor for rights, other groups have their hands tied and their voices silenced. When did it become a crime to have […]

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