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“Without Fear or Favor”: the Adolph S. Ochs Story

5 months ago Triangle 0
  Written by: Devin Burrow, senior editor   Adolph S. Ochs died after 57 years of dedicating himself  to objectivity as a leader in the world of journalism. Several newspapers such as The New York Times and Chattanooga Times Free Press, which he owned detailed his life. As an entrepreneur of impartiality, Ochs stands out Read More

FIRST DATE: Problems and Solutions

5 months ago Triangle 0
Written by: Rylee Evans, staff writer   Do you send another text? Do you pay the check? Do you ask them first? These are just some of the questions you ask yourself when you like someone. Let’s examine some dating fails and successes.   There are so many grey areas and questions which make dating Read More

Novice Art Critic Reviews: The Frist Art Museum

5 months ago Triangle 0
Written by Samantha Burgess, managing editor Once you enter the Frist Art Museum and learn of its history, you will quickly realize how unique it is in comparison to other museums. The Frist Art Museum, a Nashville landmark founded in April 2001, is set up so that every six to eight weeks the museum creates Read More

Bryan Triangle news team visits Baptist Press headquarters

5 months ago Triangle 0
Written By: Rylee Evans, staff writer Nashville, Tenn–On Monday, January 28, it was a bright and early morning, (just kidding it was dark,) as the Bryan Triangle team met to leave for Nashville and explore both the  Southern Baptist Convention Center Baptist Press headquarters and the Frist Art Museum. The team had the opportunity to Read More