Breaking down barriers through music

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Written By: Mackenzie Branch, Staff Writer Driftwood captured Drakeford Lanier’s attention at a young age. His grandmother’s neighbor fashioned sculptures from the beaten, wave worn debris into works of art. Though fascinating to Drakeford as a boy, years later the power of this image struck him anew, inspiring him to write a song titled “Driftwood.” Read More

Seniors give a final goodbye

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Written By: Samantha Burgess As we scramble to finish assignments and prepare for exams, most of us have begun dreaming about summer plans. But seniors are preparing for graduation and their future. They’re filled with hope and bittersweet feelings as they get ready to leave behind good friends, professors and staff. To say goodbye, some Read More

A Profile of Dr. Randle

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Written By: Emily Hutson Fashion Correspondent Picture an office with shelves filled to the max with books. A neat desk sits in the middle; however, this is not the office of just any professor. This office is Dr. Thomas Andrew Randle, 46, professor of Christian studies. He is a husband, father and most of all, Read More

Literary Contest winners and honorable mentions

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Written By: Samantha Burgess Bryan’s annual Literary Contest was held on April 12, 2017 in the SGA/Student Life suite on Latimer’s third floor. There were 25 contestants and five categories to enter. Senior Christopher Nitzband won the poetry category with his collection of poems based on older English form. Honorable mentions include senior Jubilee Lofgran, Read More