Swine flu hits Bryan campus

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by Kristyn Proctor, Triangle staff writer Severe body aches, fatigue, a hacking cough, headaches and a fever consistently over 100 degrees are just some of the symptoms of the latest plague scare. Victims of the swine flu outbreak often say they feel like they’ve “been hit by a truck,” a feeling several Bryan College students Read More

Cross Country men win Berry Invitational

11 years ago Triangle 0
by Justin Morton, design editor The Bryan College Cross Country team competed in the Berry College Invitational last weekend. The men took the first-place win by 17 points, and the girls finished 7th out of a 20-team field. According to Head Coach Rodney Stoker, the team is looking strong this season. Read More

High hopes for women’s volleyball this season

11 years ago Triangle 0
by Emily McKeehan, Triangle staff writer Though the Bryan College volleyball team appears to have had a bumpy start in its last two tournaments, Head Coach Leo Sayles says that he is still looking forward to a great season. Read More

Sudanese woman punished for wearing trousers

11 years ago Triangle 0
by Kaity Kopeski, online editor Maybe it’s because she’s a journalist. Maybe it’s because she’s a woman. Maybe it’s simply because she is human. But there is something about Lubna Ahmed Husseinb’s story that enraged me. On July 12, Husseinb, along with several other women, were arrested in Khartoum, Sudan for “indecent dress.” The “indecent” Read More