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The ‘70s Dress

The ‘70s Dress

| November 21, 2016 | 0 Comments

Written By: Emily Hutson Bryan Triangle Fashion Consultant/ Correspondent The 1970s or ‘70s were a time of many odd fads, but they were a fabulous time for clothes. Patchwork, suede, and hats were all the rage. Granted, most of these things went of style out years ago but this dress is making a comeback across […]

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Letter to the Editor: Why I am voting for Donald Trump

Letter to the Editor: Why I am voting for Donald Trump

| November 8, 2016 | 0 Comments

Written by: Dr Lyle Smith Lyle Smith, Ph.D. is professor of math at Bryan College; he hold a doctor of philosophy in math and physics, an master in divinity, a master of math, and a master in science in physics. Tomorrow I will head downtown to the polling station and cast my ballot for Donald […]

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Our presidential elections and the basis of our choice: The role of government, why I don’t vote to elect a moral leader, and “an opportunity for Americans to flourish”

Our presidential elections and the basis of our choice: The role of government, why I don’t vote to elect a moral leader, and “an opportunity for Americans to flourish”

| November 5, 2016 | 0 Comments

Written By: Kate Westrick, political correspondent I have struggled through this presidential election; unsure at times who was the right candidate for which to cast my vote. However, I refuse to abdicate to difficulty. This election as the most pivotal one in decades. This is in part due to the impending nomination of one to […]

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Halloween: Innocent or Evil?

Halloween: Innocent or Evil?

| November 1, 2016 | 0 Comments

Written By: Hannah Carpenter Editor and Chief    Growing up as a child your family may have had one of two standpoints on Halloween. One Halloween is a harmless holiday where children can dress up in costumes and go house-to-house or trunk-to-trunk saying, “Trick Or Treat.” Or Two Halloween is an evil holiday backed by […]

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