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How Covid-19 changed Super Bowl LV

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Written by: Isabelle Hendrich, staff writer  TAMPA, Fla.-On Sunday, Feb. 7, Tampa Bay Buccaneers faced off against the Kansas City Chiefs for Super Bowl LV. The Pepsi Super Bowl LV half-time show featured music artist: The Weeknd. Due to coronavirus, a smaller stage was built on the field. The Tampa Bay Buccaneers are the first Read More

Bryan theatre students prepare to take on “The Case of the Crushed Petunias” by Tennessee Williams

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Written by: Katie Bragg, staff writer  DAYTON, Tenn.—A lot happens behind the scenes in Bryan College theatre. The theatre students have been preparing “The Case of the Crushed Petunias,” a one-act play written by American dramatist and playwright Tennessee Williams. The play features a young girl, Miss Dorothy Simple, who prefers to reside alone behind Read More

COVID-19’s Impact on Restaurant Servers

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Written by: Morgan Clark, staff writer Dayton, TENN.—COVID-19 has impacted nearly every aspect of the restaurant industry; however, while cooks and managers continue to make the same pay they did before the pandemic, restaurant servers and bartenders suffer both physically and financially.  Servers and bartenders are paid $2.13 an hour in Tenn. These individuals rely Read More

Colleges Rid ACT/SAT for Admission

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Written by: Isabelle Henrich, staff writer  DAYTON, Tenn.– Bryan College waives standardized test scores such as the ACT and SAT beginning Aug. 23 due to Covid-19 and the fact that some students are not great at taking the standardized tests.  While standardized tests are not needed for admission, a student’s score can help them receive Read More