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‘2K’ Knudsen mows down opposing hitters

‘2K’ Knudsen mows down opposing hitters

By Kat Frazier Sports Editor Senior right-handed pitcher Kenny Knudsen has been making strides all season. He has spent most of the season ranked number one in Division 1 NAIA baseball for wins (10-1 at press time) and broke Head Baseball Coach’s Taylor Hasty’s strikeout record with 218. Knudsen has played many key roles for […]

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Meet the (often overlooked) townhouse RAs

Meet the (often overlooked) townhouse RAs

By Katherine Carpenter Staff Writer One’s first impression of the townhouse Resident Assistants might be: “Who?” Though often forgotten, the RAs of the townhouses are part of what makes that particular area of resident life so unique. The rules of the townhouses are more relaxed than those of the dorms, and with them comes a […]

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News

Soon-to-be Dr. Landis heads to King to teach athletic training

Soon-to-be Dr. Landis heads to King to teach athletic training

By Meredith Sexton Editor-in-Chief After six years at Bryan, Scott Landis, assistant professor of Exercise and Health Science is leaving to accept a job at King University (Bristol, Tennessee). King University offered a significant pay raise, as well as a position in Landis’ specialization, athletic training. There, Landis will be the full-time clinical coordinator of […]

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Psych Prof. Bradshaw resigns after 38 years at Bryan

Psych Prof. Bradshaw resigns after 38 years at Bryan

By Katherine Carpenter Staff Writer This year’s May graduation will mark the end of Professor of Psychology Dr. Steve Bradshaw’s 38-year-long teaching career at Bryan. Add his four years as a student, and Bryan has been his home for 42 years. Earlier this semester, Bradshaw accepted an offer of a full-time position as professor and associate […]

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Sports

‘2K’ Knudsen mows down opposing hitters

‘2K’ Knudsen mows down opposing hitters

By Kat Frazier Sports Editor Senior right-handed pitcher Kenny Knudsen has been making strides all season. He has spent most of the season ranked number one in Division 1 NAIA baseball for wins (10-1 at press time) and broke Head Baseball Coach’s Taylor Hasty’s strikeout record with 218. Knudsen has played many key roles for […]

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Madness explained: first week digest

Madness explained: first week digest

By Kenny Knudsen Staff Reporter With the first weekend of March Madness in the books, the madness has more than exceeded expectations. With a few surprises along the way so, The NCAA men’s basketball tournament has caused many heartbreaks and quite a few Cinderella stories. The Atlantic Coast Conference is sitting high and mighty, sending […]

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Opinion

Surviving the Storm

Surviving the Storm

By Caleb Julin Columnist Guys, have you been outside recently? Have you heard the birds singing each morning or seen the cherry blossoms? Have you felt the sun warming your skin or suddenly been struck by a strong desire to cancel your plans and lay out in the grass?   If you haven’t experienced even […]

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Sexual assault education neglected by college

Sexual assault education neglected by college

Editor’s Note: This piece did not reference a PowerPoint posted on e-student, e-faculty and e-staff as of October 1, 2014. This PowerPoint briefly defines sexual assault, informs students of ways to intervene if they witness an assault, gives tips on preventing assault and states victims rights under Title IX. We also did not reference campus-wide email sent on […]

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‘2K’ Knudsen mows down opposing hitters

‘2K’ Knudsen mows down opposing hitters

| April 15, 2015 | 0 Comments

By Kat Frazier Sports Editor Senior right-handed pitcher Kenny Knudsen has been making strides all season. He has spent most of the season ranked number one in Division 1 NAIA baseball for wins (10-1 at press time) and broke Head Baseball Coach’s Taylor Hasty’s strikeout record with 218. Knudsen has played many key roles for […]

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Soon-to-be Dr. Landis heads to King to teach athletic training

Soon-to-be Dr. Landis heads to King to teach athletic training

| April 15, 2015 | 0 Comments

By Meredith Sexton Editor-in-Chief After six years at Bryan, Scott Landis, assistant professor of Exercise and Health Science is leaving to accept a job at King University (Bristol, Tennessee). King University offered a significant pay raise, as well as a position in Landis’ specialization, athletic training. There, Landis will be the full-time clinical coordinator of […]

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Psych Prof. Bradshaw resigns after 38 years at Bryan

Psych Prof. Bradshaw resigns after 38 years at Bryan

| April 15, 2015 | 0 Comments

By Katherine Carpenter Staff Writer This year’s May graduation will mark the end of Professor of Psychology Dr. Steve Bradshaw’s 38-year-long teaching career at Bryan. Add his four years as a student, and Bryan has been his home for 42 years. Earlier this semester, Bradshaw accepted an offer of a full-time position as professor and associate […]

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