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Nate Adams: a man of soccer, shoes and spoken word

Nate Adams: a man of soccer, shoes and spoken word

| April 14, 2013 | 0 Comments

By Madison Mondell Triangle Writer “I will always watch cartoons over any other movie,” said Nate Adams, senior Communications major, who grew up in Frederick, Maryland, in the same house he was born in. Adams came to Bryan College through his soccer career. “It was totally a God thing. Soccer and my sister got me […]

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Faculty share experiences with diversity on MLK Day

Faculty share experiences with diversity on MLK Day

| January 21, 2013 | 0 Comments

By Meredith Kreigh Triangle Writer  Dean of Community Life Bruce Morgan said that when he first came to Bryan in 1978, he was one of 13 students of color in the college of 530 students. “At that time,” he said, “schools were being desegregated. I am not sure if it has really improved that much.” […]

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Communication professors visit the Czech Republic

Communication professors visit the Czech Republic

| December 12, 2012 | 0 Comments

By Amy Bailey Staff Reporter Exciting new opportunities are brewing in the Bryan College international community for the Communications Department. This past semester Professor Michael Palmer and Dr. Randy Hollingsworth each respectively spent a week in the Czech Republic, in the city of Olomouc, as guest lecturers at Palacký University. Dennis Miller, executive director of […]

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Rugby Club season is back

Rugby Club season is back

| October 2, 2012 | 0 Comments

By Dhember Viera Staff Reporter  One of the most beautiful times of the year is approaching. Leaves are slowly changing colors and falling, and the scent of pumpkin-spice latté is lingering through Mercer. Fall is officially here. Aside from a beautiful view around campus and chilly nights, fall brings forward many different things to do […]

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Communi-ka-palooza set for Friday, Sept. 14

Communi-ka-palooza set for Friday, Sept. 14

| September 12, 2012 | 0 Comments

By Will Jones Staff Reporter To the uninitiated, Commun-ka-palooza might sound bizarre or even a bit spooky – events include a bonfire, sing-alongs, and the mysteriously titled “African Games”. But according to Randy Hollingsworth, professor of communication studies and chair of the humanities division, the weekend provides a valuable opportunity for comm. students to relax […]

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