Lions maintain 3-5 season with borderline win

13 years ago Danene Bottiaux 0
By Danene Bottiaux, staff writer With two losses Feb. 13 and a rewarding victory on Feb. 14, the Bryan Lions baseball team has a record of three wins and five losses. Friday started out with a game away against Tennessee Temple University in Chattanooga. The starting pitcher was junior Daniel Zimmerman. By the third inning, Read More

A legacy seven years in the making

13 years ago Samantha Bryant 0
by Samantha Bryant, Assistant Editor Academic Vice President Dr. Cal White announced in a faculty meeting on Jan. 26 that he will be leaving Bryan at the end of May. President Dr. Stephen Livesay said White will be missed. “Much has been accomplished under Dr. White’s leadership and I am grateful for his time, effort, Read More

Baseball gets a new coach and a new season

13 years ago Danene Bottiaux 0
by Danene Bottiaux, Triangle Staff Writer With new Head Coach Taylor Hasty, Assistant Coach Jeremy Deal, and 15 new eligible freshmen, the baseball team is ready for the 2009 season. Last year the baseball team finished with a 19-30 record led by Coach Joel Johnson, and this year they were ranked 8th out of 10 teams Read More

Slumdog’s unexpected success

13 years ago Triangle 0
By Zach Scheller Director Danny Boyle is known for stylistically driven films, but never have any of his movies been as inspiring or uplifting as his newest film, “Slumdog Millionaire.” Although it is as visually stimulating and beautiful as Boyle’s other films, “Slumdog’s” success stems from its repackaged, fairy-tale story with an original setting and Read More