Minority scholarship in the works

12 years ago Joy Hartman 0
by Joy Hartman, senior staff writerSeveral students remarked on an unusual scene at Bryan that occurred in the Rhea County Room earlier this semester – a meeting consisting only of black students. Ironically, the fact that this was such an anomaly here at Bryan was exactly why the meeting was held. According to sophomore Jared Read More

Film festival a collaborative success

12 years ago Matthew Crutchfield 0
by Matt Crutchfield, senior staff writer The iron curtain of athletic rivalry between Bryan College and Covenant College (Lookout Mt., Ga.) was torn down last Saturday when the two schools united to celebrate the creative art of film. The first annual Broad Street Film Festival was held at the Tivoli Theatre in Chattanooga, Tenn. and Read More

Curfew proposal fails in cabinet

12 years ago Samantha Bryant 0
by Samantha Bryant, assistant editor The President’s Cabinet did not pass Senate’s proposal Monday, Apr. 27, to eliminate curfew on the weekends. The piercings proposal is still under consideration. Vice President of Student Life Dr. Peter Held said the Cabinet met for two and a half hours to discuss changing curfew. Read More

A day in the life of a student teacher

12 years ago Matthew Crutchfield 0
by Matt Crutchfield, senior staff writer I wake up at six every morning and arrive at the middle school in Decatur, Tenn. before the sun makes it up over the horizon. I stand in the teacher’s lounge, watching the paper pile up on the copier. I take a moment of silence for the forest in Read More