Opinion

Glimpses of Glory

6 years ago Triangle 0
By Caleb Julin Columnist God made man from the mud, why shouldn’t man see fit to crawl through it? If you’ve known me for any stretch of time, I’m sure you know that I am an avid outdoorsman who doesn’t mind getting a little dirty. You name the outdoor activity, and the odds are that Read More

Failing our brothers and sisters

6 years ago Triangle 0
‘Murica. Why that is our generation’s prevailing term for our country, I don’t know. But I do know that it is (supposedly) fueled  by a pride in the United States of America. A pride in the fact that we are one nation, that we are united with one another, that we share a belief in liberty Read More

“Children of the Dirt”: a story for lonely hearts

6 years ago Triangle 0
By Amy Bailey Copy Editor That time of the year has come and gone again. The season of culturally sanctioned mushiness which temporarily bombards our lives with a constant display of roses, chocolates, doilies, sappy verbiage, and anatomically incorrect hearts all for the sake of celebrating love. For some, mainly those already wounded by Cupid’s Read More

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

6 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