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

Bryan College Students Host Christianity in Politics Debate

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Written by: Daeana Barkubein, area editor DAYTON, Tenn.–In partnership with the American Enterprise Institute (AEI), Bryan College sophomore Darien Barret organized and hosted a debate in Mercer 312 at 8:00-9:30 p.m. on Fri., Oct. 23 about the place of Christian values in politics. To offer multiple perspectives, four different students with political views ranging from Read More