Patriots owner Robert Kraft issues apology, pleads not guilty before trial

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Written by: Mathäus Schwarzen, staff writer New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft issued a statement on March 22 apologizing for any hurt he may have caused by visiting an alleged trafficking location. He has plead not guilty to two counts of soliciting prostitution before his trial on March 28. “Throughout my life, I have always tried Read More

Senior Showcase Runs One Night at Bryan College

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Written by: Mathäus Schwarzen, staff writer Rudd Auditorium saw an unusual show Feb. 8. “Come So Far” was the senior project of Isaac Hendrix, Teagan Hughes and Rebekah Runner— and it was directed entirely by students. Runner said the show represented the culmination of everything the seniors have studied over the past four years. Every aspect Read More

Rugby: Bryan’s lost club

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Written by: Koi Calloway, staff writer In 2007, a young man named Steve Orner met with communications professor Michael Palmer to start a Rugby club at Bryan College. For several years the team did quite well. They were a part of the rugby league and competed with other rugby teams. But, in a series of Read More

SpaceX Launches First American Spacecraft for Astronauts since Space Shuttle

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Written by: Mathäus Schwarzen, staff writer American space launch company SpaceX successfully performed an unmanned test launch of their Crew Dragon capsule from the Kennedy Space Center on March 2. The Falcon 9 rocket carrying the capsule blasted off at 2:49 a.m. (E.T.), and the capsule docked with the International Space Station at 5:51 a.m. the Read More