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Hilltop Players recreate “Anne Frank”

Hilltop Players recreate “Anne Frank”

| May 7, 2015 | 0 Comments

The stage — set with an old wooden staircase, bunk beds and a strategically placed door — transformed around them and props were in hand as the Hilltop Players cast of “The Diary of Anne Frank” diligently rehearsed their lines and prepared for opening night. The play details the story of young Anne Frank and […]

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What the trees taught this non-hippie

What the trees taught this non-hippie

| May 7, 2015 | 0 Comments

By Caleb Julin Columnist If you haven’t noticed from reading either my column posts or my blog, it seems that the Lord speaks to me the most clearly through his creation. Perhaps that is why I love the hymn, “This is My Father’s World” when it says, “This is my Father’s world: / he shines in […]

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Math prof ready to retire, agrees to stay on

Math prof ready to retire, agrees to stay on

| May 7, 2015 | 0 Comments

By Meredith Sexton Editor-in-Chief Although he planned on retiring after this semester, Professor of Mathematics Dr. Bob Simpson will be returning to teach in the fall semester. He had originally decided that, after 33 years of teaching at Bryan, it was time to step down. So he notified Vice President of Academics Dr. Kevin Clauson, […]

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Several student services get facelift for fall 2015

Several student services get facelift for fall 2015

| May 7, 2015 | 0 Comments

By Bria McKamey Online Editor The campus bookstore will be relocating to the first floor of Mercer next fall, according to Tim Hostetler, vice president of student services and ministries. The bookstore will be situated next to the mail room and both areas will be jointly staffed. He said the move is a very sequential […]

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Battling senioritis — maybe

Battling senioritis — maybe

| April 23, 2015 | 0 Comments

Being a senior is tough. We’re graduating in under a month. There are only ten days of classes left to finish all of those projects. We’re about to go out into the “real world.” It’s terrifying. The unemployment rate for twenty-something Americans who received at least a bachelor’s degree last year rose from 10.9% in […]

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