Opinion

Ryan Seacrest’s (inadvertent) take on Valentine’s Day

5 years ago Triangle 0
By Katherine Carpenter Staff Writer With Valentine’s Day close on the horizon, Bryan students may be scratching their heads, wondering why they don’t have a Valentine. What are we doing wrong? What should we be doing instead? Luckily, the American Top 40 are here to save us from our romantic ignorance. How to be a good Read More

Steps to surviving V-Day solo (cats optional)

5 years ago Triangle 0
By Ashley Coker Managing Editor With the first few weeks of class finished and Spring quickly approaching, you can feel the days slowly getting longer and the workload steadily growing larger. Oh, and “the question” is being popped left and right. It’s easy to feel like you’re the only one without a shiny rock on Read More

Lessons learned by leaving the Shire

6 years ago Triangle 0
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 Read More

Attacks on press threaten everyone’s rights

6 years ago Triangle 0
Jan. 7, 2015: Cherif and Said Kouachi, clad in black and armed with assault rifles, forced their way into a Charlie Hebdo editorial meeting. They proceeded to murder 12 journalists. Aug. 19, 2014: Jihadist terrorists brutally beheaded American journalist James Foley after he was abducted while working in Syria. They then released a gory video as Read More