Features

The last will and testament of Susie Herder

The last will and testament of Susie Herder

Bryan Triangle offered to publish the Last Will and Testament of any interested seniors graduating this December. The following is from Susie Herder:   I, Susanna “Susie” Herder, being of sound mind do solemnly bequeath the following: Kristin Hall- 1.) Run of Common Grounds 2.) Run of Banquets Elizabeth Cawthorne- The esteemed title of “Frappe […]

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Senior volleyball women celebrate undefeated season

Senior volleyball women celebrate undefeated season

By Kenny Knudsen Anytime a senior student leaves an organization, school or team, they leave in hopes that their legacy will be remembered in the years after they have been gone. Bryan College women’s volleyball seniors Taylor Fink, Madison Akins and Ashley Ferris have left behind an impressive, historical legacy. Bryan, for the first time […]

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News

IT Services plans upgrades to wi-fi network

IT Services plans upgrades to wi-fi network

By Kenny Knudsen Staff Writer Though more wi-fi accessible devices are being brought onto campus, the wi-fi strength seems to be decreasing. Many students are having a hard time connecting their computers, phones, and tablets to the wifi in the dorms, townhouses, Latimer Student Center and Mercer. Sometimes devices fail connect to the wi-fi system or […]

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Dr. Pascucci terminated along with Spanish major

Dr. Pascucci terminated along with Spanish major

By Meredith Sexton and Ashley Coker Triangle Editors In their October meeting, the Board of Trustees voted to cut the Spanish major and subsequently eliminate Professor of Spanish Dr. Michele Pascucci’s position. These decisions were made on the grounds that there is only one student enrolled in the major this year. The decision to terminate Pascucci […]

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Sports

Lions beat Knights in 3 of 4 sports

Lions beat Knights in 3 of 4 sports

By Kat Frazier Sports Editor Bryan athletics was a competition of Lions and Knights as the four athletic teams competing Wednesday all faced St. Andrews University (Laurinburg, North Carolina). Women’s volleyball opened the day’s sports lineup competing against the Lady Knights in the opening round of the AAC Tournament in Kingsport, Tennessee. The Lady Lions […]

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Men’s soccer team triumphs over Union in tournament game

Men’s soccer team triumphs over Union in tournament game

By Jacob Deskins Staff Writer The Bryan College Men’s soccer team started their AAC postseason tournament with an upset win against Union College (Barbourville, Kentucky). The Lions won the game easily with the final score 7-2. The first half the two teams seemed to be very evenly matched until the Bulldogs struck first with a […]

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Opinion

Thanksgiving is being ousted by Black Friday

Thanksgiving is being ousted by Black Friday

The Christmas shopping season is creeping earlier and earlier each year, causing holiday celebrations with family to become more and more rare. Black Friday has become the focus of Thanksgiving, instead of gratitude. In a society gone crazy over immediate gratification, we will do whatever we can to be on top of the game, one […]

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Our voices can spark change, but only if we use them

Our voices can spark change, but only if we use them

Last week voters across the nation took to the polls and cast their votes for change or continuity. Some were clutching at a hope and a vision for the future of their state. Some were going out to vote for whoever they concluded to be the “lesser of the evils.” No matter what their attitude […]

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IT Services plans upgrades to wi-fi network

IT Services plans upgrades to wi-fi network

| December 11, 2014 | 0 Comments

By Kenny Knudsen Staff Writer Though more wi-fi accessible devices are being brought onto campus, the wi-fi strength seems to be decreasing. Many students are having a hard time connecting their computers, phones, and tablets to the wifi in the dorms, townhouses, Latimer Student Center and Mercer. Sometimes devices fail connect to the wi-fi system or […]

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Dr. Pascucci terminated along with Spanish major

Dr. Pascucci terminated along with Spanish major

| December 11, 2014 | 0 Comments

By Meredith Sexton and Ashley Coker Triangle Editors In their October meeting, the Board of Trustees voted to cut the Spanish major and subsequently eliminate Professor of Spanish Dr. Michele Pascucci’s position. These decisions were made on the grounds that there is only one student enrolled in the major this year. The decision to terminate Pascucci […]

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Greenway expected to create safe pedestrian travel

Greenway expected to create safe pedestrian travel

| December 10, 2014 | 0 Comments

By Natalie Hohn Staff Writer Dennis Tumlin, executive director of the Rhea Economic and Tourism Council, Inc., is in charge of the greenway project that will be happening over the next couple of years. The greenway is a pedestrian route planned for Dayton. It will have three points that will allow pedestrians to cross Highway […]

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