Features

Bryan senior hits 4 shots in 30 seconds, wins $10,000

Bryan senior hits 4 shots in 30 seconds, wins $10,000

By Ashley Coker Managing Editor Senior Gustavo Angel Tamayo went to the Late Night Roar expecting to have a good time with friends and walked away the winner of a $10,000 scholarship. The Late Night Roar was held Monday night as a kick-off event for basketball season. The event included a contest to win $10,000 […]

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Bales entertains with sunset concert

Bales entertains with sunset concert

By Michael Worrell Staff Writer The Wednesday twilight was cool, but not too cold, as Josh Bales bopped his way to the stage built in the center of the Grassy Bowl. The singer-songwriter who graduated in 2003, was far from his home in Maitland, Florida, but he regularly visits the campus, often to hold concerts, […]

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News

Admissions welcomes Holcomb

Admissions welcomes Holcomb

By Michael Worrell Staff writer Bryan College has a new face to greet visitors. Diana Holcomb is the new campus visit coordinator, replacing Amanda Peckman who moved to North Carolina near the beginning of the semester. Holcomb, Class of 1994, worked in the Bryan library from 1994-1996, and she said she enjoyed her experience. “My […]

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Homecoming 2014 a success

Homecoming 2014 a success

By Michael Worrell Staff Writer This year’s Homecoming weekend was a success, according to the Alumni Office. The annual homecoming event aims to keep alumni involved in both the current Bryan community and in each other’s lives. Tracy Bridwell, advancement assistant in the Alumni Office, says that, “it is just a sight to see,” old […]

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Sports

BC Sports Talk: World Series, Lady Lions asst. coach leaves and Gustavo Tamayo hits one-in-a-million shot

BC Sports Talk: World Series, Lady Lions asst. coach leaves and Gustavo Tamayo hits one-in-a-million shot

The third episode of BC Sports Talk, a weekly sports talk show hosted by the Sports Reporting class, features Bryan College golfers senior Maggie Brown and sophomores Colby Roach and Jacob Deskins. On the table were the SF Giants winning their third World Series in five years, the Cleveland Cavaliers fizzle in their first home game […]

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Lions go 3-3 over break; golf places 5th

Lions go 3-3 over break; golf places 5th

By Kat Frazier Sports Editor While many Bryan students were away for fall break many athletic teams were competing. Volleyball lost 3-1 to Shorter University (Rome, Georgia) Oct. 17 and won 3-0 against Point University (West Point, Georgia) Oct. 21. Women’s soccer lost 4-1 to Truett-McConnell College (Cleveland, Georgia) Oct. 18 followed by a 3-0 loss […]

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Opinion

Letter to the Editor: Pat Wesolowski

Letter to the Editor: Pat Wesolowski

I am responding to the article regarding my position at Bryan College. The recruitment of homeschooled students is not a new “crusade,” rather the continuance of historical admissions. Mrs. Sexton rightly reported “Bryan’s student body has, in the past decade, been divided into thirds from public, private and homeschool, respectively.” Bryan employs three full time […]

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Harmful effects of BCSpeaks

Harmful effects of BCSpeaks

By Ashley Coker  Managing Editor  College students are constantly being warned about the negative effects of technology: The dangers of constant connection, the lost art of face-to-face conversation, the laziness instant gratification produces. We have read article-after-article and heard our parents talk about our cellphone use ad nauseum. We are surrounded by screens virtually all […]

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BC Sports Talk: World Series, Lady Lions asst. coach leaves and Gustavo Tamayo hits one-in-a-million shot

BC Sports Talk: World Series, Lady Lions asst. coach leaves and Gustavo Tamayo hits one-in-a-million shot

| October 31, 2014 | 0 Comments

The third episode of BC Sports Talk, a weekly sports talk show hosted by the Sports Reporting class, features Bryan College golfers senior Maggie Brown and sophomores Colby Roach and Jacob Deskins. On the table were the SF Giants winning their third World Series in five years, the Cleveland Cavaliers fizzle in their first home game […]

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Bryan senior hits 4 shots in 30 seconds, wins $10,000

Bryan senior hits 4 shots in 30 seconds, wins $10,000

| October 30, 2014 | 0 Comments

By Ashley Coker Managing Editor Senior Gustavo Angel Tamayo went to the Late Night Roar expecting to have a good time with friends and walked away the winner of a $10,000 scholarship. The Late Night Roar was held Monday night as a kick-off event for basketball season. The event included a contest to win $10,000 […]

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Lions go 3-3 over break; golf places 5th

Lions go 3-3 over break; golf places 5th

| October 26, 2014 | 0 Comments

By Kat Frazier Sports Editor While many Bryan students were away for fall break many athletic teams were competing. Volleyball lost 3-1 to Shorter University (Rome, Georgia) Oct. 17 and won 3-0 against Point University (West Point, Georgia) Oct. 21. Women’s soccer lost 4-1 to Truett-McConnell College (Cleveland, Georgia) Oct. 18 followed by a 3-0 loss […]

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