Triangle staff visits the Chattanooga Times Free Press

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Written by: Jake Love, staff writer CHATTANOOGA, Tenn. – The Bryan College Triangle newspaper staff and communication students visited the offices of the Chattanooga Times Free Press on Monday, Sept. 30.  The students were given a tour of the Chattanooga Times Free Press complex by Mark Kennedy, a columnist for the Times Free Press.  Kennedy Read More

2020 Democrat candidates

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Written by: Andrew Johnson, staff writer As the 2020 presidential election is getting closer, the Democrat Party is getting a head start at weeding out which candidates are viable and which are not. The Democratic Party held the previous presidential office, with Barack Obama, who held to consecutive terms from 2008-2012 and 2012-2016. The DNC Read More

The pros and cons of Universal Basic Income

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Written by: Joshua Bianchi, assistant editor One of the most bothersome parts of election time is sorting through the different ideas and their relation to your life as an American citizen.  Democrat presidential candidates have proposed many alternatives to President Donald Trump’s economic policies. Several have drafted a universal income plan in years past, but Read More

Bryan College opens new admissions building

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Written by: Mathaus Schwarzen, staff writer DAYTON, Tenn.— Bryan College formally opened its new admissions building on Friday, October 4. The ceremony was attended by students and faculty, as well as guests and alumni from the Bryan community. Named after Glenn Stophel, a former member of the Bryan College board of trustees (1978-1986; 1992-2010) and Read More