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The Irishman: Love and loyalty in the mafia

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Written by: Jake Love, staff writer *Spoiler Warning Few have accumulated a directing resume equal to that of Martin Scorsese. With films such as Taxi Driver, Raging Bull and Goodfellas under his belt, some consider him the greatest film director of all time. His new crime epic The Irishman, rated R for graphic mafia violence Read More

Thanksgiving: The neglected holiday

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Written by: Rylee Evans, staff writer Thanksgiving is a holiday made for family and reflection.  Thanksgiving was established when the Pilgrims traveled across the ocean in search of a land where they could have religious freedom. The standard was set in 1621 when the Plymouth colonists and the Wampanoag Indians gathered together to feast over Read More

Student band, Point of Reference, releases new EP

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Written by: Devin Burrow, managing editor At midnight December 12, 2019, student band Point of Reference will release its new EP titled “RGB” on all streaming platforms. The EP will consist of three songs titled “Red,” “Green” and “Blue.  “We went through a lot of different ideas for the EP,” lead singer and acoustic guitarist Read More

Bryan College honors behind-the-scenes employees with awards

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Written by: Mathäus Schwarzen, staff writer DAYTON, Tenn.—Bryan College President Stephen Livesay presented awards for exceptional service to the members of the Information Technology (IT), Events Services and Maintenance, Housekeeping and Grounds departments on November 20, 2019. The ceremony was held during a chapel in Rudd Auditorium.  “Every year we like to honor members of Read More