COVID-19

How Covid-19 has affected America’s pastime

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 Written by: Joseph Cuomo, guest writer Major League Baseball has gone through a lot to make this interesting season happen. According to CBS Sports, the ongoing novel coronavirus pandemic has roiled every layer of society and will continue to do so for the foreseeable future and Major League Baseball has been no exception. Now, the Read More

High School Football Vs. COVID

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Written by: Morgan Clark, staff writer DAYTON, Tenn. — Gov. Bill Lee gave the green light on Jul. 31, and high school football has forged ahead in Tennessee.  However, the environment is drastically different from the typical Friday night lights. COVID procedures have been installed to protect players and spectators alike. High schools in Tenn. Read More

Big Ten football to resume Oct. 24

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Written by: Morgan Clark, staff writer Big Ten football will resume the weekend of Oct. 24 after officials deemed it safe to play according to the most recent COVID research.  The championship is currently scheduled for Dec. 19.  This gives the teams time to play eight games prior to the regular season end on Dec. Read More

Outdoor Chapels and Open Minds

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Written by: Daeana Barkubein, staff writer DAYTON, Tenn.— After resuming classes on campus for the FA20 semester, Bryan College held its first outdoor chapel on the lawn in front of Summers Gym at 9 p.m. on August 11 to provide students an opportunity to worship corporately and to hear an address from Dr. Doug Mann, Read More