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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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Letter to the Editor: Christopher E. Bernard

Letter to the Editor: Christopher E. Bernard

| May 1, 2014 | 0 Comments

Students, Faculty and Administration of Bryan College, I am a member of the Class of 2013 and I have many fond memories of my time at Bryan.  The faculty of Bryan played a huge role in the process of becoming the man I am today, and in igniting a passion in me for history and […]

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Letter to the Editor: Hear My Voice – Michael Whitlock

Letter to the Editor: Hear My Voice – Michael Whitlock

| May 1, 2014 | 0 Comments

There is a tension that you can feel throughout our campus. I walk outside and my heart falls because the atmosphere is heavy, as if the humidity from all the tears and anger from so many people were clogging the air. The end of the semester is near and assignments are due for students… but […]

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Letter to the Editor: Hear My Voice – Erica Wade

Letter to the Editor: Hear My Voice – Erica Wade

| May 1, 2014 | 0 Comments

This semester at Bryan College has been the hardest of my college career. But that is not what this is about.  I believe in the Bible not because anyone has told me to but because I believe it is true. To me it seems that truth is the real issue here. What has been missing […]

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Letter to the Editor: Hear My Voice – Evie McNeese

Letter to the Editor: Hear My Voice – Evie McNeese

| April 28, 2014 | 0 Comments

Today I wore a black ribbon around my wrist. Today I stood up in chapel when asked if I felt my voice had not been heard or had been misinterpreted. I wore the ribbon around my wrist as a sign of mourning; mourning for a loss of unity within the administration and faculty above me, […]

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