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Letter to the Editor: Pat Wesolowski

Letter to the Editor: Pat Wesolowski

| October 13, 2014 | 0 Comments

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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Lions break even against Point University: men win, women lose

Lions break even against Point University: men win, women lose

| October 10, 2014 | 0 Comments

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Athletic recruiting a thorough process

Athletic recruiting a thorough process

| October 10, 2014 | 0 Comments

By Michael Worrell Staff Writer  Athletic recruiting at Bryan College is a holistic process, taking into consideration every facet of each potential recruit’s life, not just their athletic ability. It starts in high school, said Taylor Hasty, director of athletics at Bryan. Exactly what year, whether sophomore or senior, depends on the sport. What he emphasized, […]

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Fink named AAC setter, player of week

Fink named AAC setter, player of week

| October 8, 2014 | 0 Comments

By Jacob Deskins Staff Writer Bryan College’s women’s volleyball senior setter Taylor Fink was just named the Appalachian Athletic Conference Player of the Week and Setter of the Week. Fink led the Lions in six games this past week, including conference wins over Union College (Barbourville, Kentucky) and Point University (West Point, Georgia). She also […]

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Admissions reacts to lower homeschooled percentage

Admissions reacts to lower homeschooled percentage

| October 8, 2014 | 0 Comments

By Meredith Sexton Editor-in-Chief Bryan’s new crusade of recruiting homeschool students is creating one of two perceptions. Either homeschoolers need special attention because they are behind or because they are more valuable than other prospective students. The first option is that homeschoolers are a remote minority, like an abnormality in the student population, something to […]

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