Features

“Made in the A.M” climbs charts sans Malik

“Made in the A.M” climbs charts sans Malik

By Katherine Carpenter  Staff Writer When you think of English-Irish pop sensation One Direction, your first thought may be of their 2012 smash summer hit “What Makes You Beautiful” or their dancey disco-influenced track “Best Song Ever,” released as the lead single off their 2013 album “Midnight Memories.” Your first thought may not be cohesive […]

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Hilltop Players wow with big wigs and small set in “The Misanthrope”

Hilltop Players wow with big wigs and small set in “The Misanthrope”

By Katherine Carpenter Staff Writer On Halloween night, most people were either trick-or-treating in the rain or curled up watching “The Texas Chainsaw Massacre.” I was sitting in Rudd Auditorium waiting for the lights to go down. Moliére’s “The Misanthrope” is a satire about the hypocritical attitude of 17th century French aristocracy. The play is […]

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News

Students discuss the Syrian Refugee Crisis and Paris attacks

Students discuss the Syrian Refugee Crisis and Paris attacks

Editor’s Note— These interviews show the opinions of individual Bryan students not that of Triangle or Bryan College. The video was shot and edited after the terrorist attacks in Paris and before the terrorist shootings in San Bernardino, California. The technical quality of the video is degraded, but due to the timeliness of the video, we […]

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Cadiz takes over as senior class president after vacant election, in-house switch

Cadiz takes over as senior class president after vacant election, in-house switch

By Ashley Coker  Editor-in-Chief This year’s senior class SGA found themselves in a bit of a predicament last semester: No one ran for senior class president. Since leaving the class without a president was not a plausible option, former Junior Class President Ashley Severson agreed to stay on as senior class president. As the semester […]

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Sports

Athletic Director Taylor Hasty named TBCA NAIA coach of the year

Athletic Director Taylor Hasty named TBCA NAIA coach of the year

By Colby Roach Staff Writer Bryan College received news that its own Athletic Director Taylor Hasty was named Tennessee Baseball Coaches Association Coach of the Year. Hasty exuded confidence, but also a real sense of humility. “I was so honored and somewhat shocked to learn that I had been chosen for the TBCA award.” Hasty […]

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Bryan teams welcome multitude of Temple transfers

Bryan teams welcome multitude of Temple transfers

By Kenny Knudsen  Staff Writer  In the wake of Tennessee Temple University (Chattanooga, Tennessee) shutting its doors, Bryan College welcomed former Temple student-athletes into its athletic programs this fall. Bryan was one of three institutions that allowed displaced Temple students to continue their education at Temple’s tuition prices. The other two schools were Piedmont International University (Winston-Salem, […]

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Opinion

Cruz control at New Hampshire Republican Primary 2016 and beyond

Cruz control at New Hampshire Republican Primary 2016 and beyond

By Reggie Ecarma, Ph.D. More details Reggie Ecarma, Ph,D. is journalism professor and chair of the department communication, media and culture at Bryan College in Dayton, Tenn. He earned a bachelor’s degree from the University of Louisville and two master’s degrees (public policy and public affairs journalism), and Ph.D. in political communication from Regent University. […]

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The recent MLK article by Dr. Ecarma has been vacated in order to advance a more peaceable avenue to discuss this personal, sensitive and complicated matter in a more productive, in-depth and private manner for the good of the order.

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Cruz control at New Hampshire Republican Primary 2016 and beyond

Cruz control at New Hampshire Republican Primary 2016 and beyond

| February 8, 2016 | 0 Comments

By Reggie Ecarma, Ph.D. More details Reggie Ecarma, Ph,D. is journalism professor and chair of the department communication, media and culture at Bryan College in Dayton, Tenn. He earned a bachelor’s degree from the University of Louisville and two master’s degrees (public policy and public affairs journalism), and Ph.D. in political communication from Regent University. […]

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The recent MLK article by Dr. Ecarma has been vacated in order to advance a more peaceable avenue to discuss this personal, sensitive and complicated matter in a more productive, in-depth and private manner for the good of the order.

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Bryan College President’s outlook for the New Year

Bryan College President’s outlook for the New Year

| February 4, 2016 | 0 Comments

By Colby Roach Staff Writer Last week Bryan College President Stephen Livesay was interviewed about his new years outlook. For the upcoming year, Livesay noted that the applications and admittances are on a record pace for any year at the school. “We already have more applications for next year than we had for the entire […]

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