Desi Linden: Breaking 33 Year Loss for Women

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Written By Tanner White, staff writer After 33 years an American woman, Desi Linden, has won the Boston Marathon. She is the first American woman to win the race since 1985. This grueling event has been an American tradition for years. Ever since the Boston Marathon Bombing several years ago, the race has received more Read More

Service Day 2018: Rhea Elementary

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Written By Joshua Robe, staff writer The gym at Rhea Central Elementary School was teeming with youngsters playing dodgeball, duck-duck-goose and sharks and minnows. Interspersed among the laughing kids were a handful of Bryan College students hectically trying—sometimes successfully—to keep the games going smoothly. That’s what Bryan College Service Day 2018 looked like for myself Read More

The Robots are Coming!

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By Joshua Robe, staff writer Robots might not destroy the world any time soon, but they may be coming for your jobs. In fact, you could be obsolete as an employee within 25 years. Researchers at Oxford University concluded in a famous 2013 study that 47% of total US employment is composed of jobs likely Read More

Apple’s aren’t just for lunch

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Written by: Nathan Ecarma, editor-in-chief  Tim Cook, CEO of Apple, announced at an education event in Chicago the company’s newest initiative to get their iPad into schools. His announcement is nothing new, only Apple’s latest attempt to meet the growing demand of technology usage in the classroom. Several years ago, Apple tried to meet the Read More