Tag: Dan Jackson

Tripodcast ep. 2: “I would call it a toboggan”

Tripodcast ep. 2: “I would call it a toboggan”

| March 8, 2013 | 0 Comments

Tripodcast ep.2 “I would call it a toboggan” Dan and Alex talk about toboggans, SGA elections, Justin Bieber, the interns, Alex’s ADD, the new, new Facebook, Dr. Pepper and pet peeves.

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Tripodcast ep. 1: “We’ll protect you”

Tripodcast ep. 1: “We’ll protect you”

| February 26, 2013 | 0 Comments

CLICK HERE: Ep. 1: Tripodcast; “We’ll protect you” Editor-in-chief Alex Green and News Editor Dan Jackson discuss the issues of the day, including: SGA VP elections, Chick-fil-A, Twitter, pen-tapping on public radio, networking, starting a newspaper in Bulgaria and gingers, among others.  

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SGA Critiques Office of Spiritual Formation to Trustees

SGA Critiques Office of Spiritual Formation to Trustees

| November 30, 2012 | 0 Comments

By Daniel Jackson News Editor SGA believes there are too many opinions and not enough gospel when Bryan handles controversial topics. The class presidents of SGA met with the Bryan Board of Trustees Friday, October 26 and critiqued how the Office of Spiritual Life Formation handled the topics of homosexuality, the relationship between Islam and […]

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Despite small rise, Bryan ‘blessed’ with low crime

Despite small rise, Bryan ‘blessed’ with low crime

| October 20, 2012 | 0 Comments

By Dan Jackson and Meredith Kreigh   While crime rates rose across Tennessee campuses last year by 4.2 percent, Bryan’s crime rate stayed low. Among the incidents last year, Bryan dealt with a string of burglaries in its dorms, one simple assault, two instances of vandalism and a liquor law violation in the time between […]

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Sequoyah nuke plant possible site for nuclear disarmament

Sequoyah nuke plant possible site for nuclear disarmament

| September 21, 2012 | 0 Comments

By Daniel Jackson The Bryan Triangle ____________________   The Sequoyah Nuclear Power plant in Soddy Daisy might be one of the sites where the U.S. government uses plutonium to provide energy to the South. This plutonium was originally designed for warheads. The U.S. Department of Energy describes the project on their website as the 21st […]

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