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Lessons learned by leaving the Shire

Lessons learned by leaving the Shire

| January 30, 2015 | 0 Comments

By Caleb Julin Columnist You might have seen in the news the other day that Jan. 27 was the 70th anniversary of the liberation of prisoners from the Auschwitz prison camp in 1945. Browsing through the pictures taken from that dreadful camp, one cannot help but wonder why God could possibly have allowed such a thing […]

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From whiningly wallowing to worshipfully willing

From whiningly wallowing to worshipfully willing

| February 25, 2014 | 0 Comments

Krista Elsten Guest Columnist You know what I hate?  I hate going to church.  No, really.  I hate it. Some of you might say, “but aren’t you an RA?” or “how can you really call yourself a Christian?” depending on which side of that spectrum you’re on.  Your questions remain, and I still hate church.  […]

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How to win an Ugly Christmas Sweater Contest

How to win an Ugly Christmas Sweater Contest

| December 12, 2013 | 0 Comments

By Ashley Coker Staff Writer If you do not hide out in your parents’ basement for the entire month of December, you have almost certainly been introduced to the infamous ugly sweater contest. If, by some miracle, you have been spared  exposure to this highly disturbing trend, the idea is simple: you try to find […]

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Words from Warner: rules of perception

Words from Warner: rules of perception

| April 18, 2013 | 0 Comments

Jonathan Warner Columnist I have been at Bryan for almost four years now. There are many things I have grown to love about my school, but at the end of my time here I am frustrated. I am tired of the rules that treat me like a child rather than an adult. I am sick […]

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Words from Warner: Listening

Words from Warner: Listening

| December 12, 2012 | 0 Comments

Dear Readers, Listening. It may seem like a simple task of processing what you hear, but is that really listening? People rush or wind their way through life, but in the midst of it all how often do they truly listen? Listening involves so much more than hearing what is being said or done. It […]

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