The Mosaic Council Hosts a Trip to the Birmingham Civil Rights Institute

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Written by Amanda Davis, Family Editor BIRMINGHAM, AL – The Mosaic Council embarked on an all-day trip to the Birmingham Civil Rights Institute in honor of Black History Month on Saturday, February 6th. The Council’s main goal for the trip was to educate students on the history of the Civil Rights Movement and to encourage Read More

Arnold and Woodlee Dorms to Undergo Renovations

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Written by Amanda Davis, Family editor DAYTON, TN – Benjamin Hendrich and Colby Dimock’s dividing dresser in their Woodlee dorm had finally fallen apart. In the space of one night, the shelves of their dresser that were attached to their desk bent so that the dresser was leaning on their desk and the shelves were Read More

Finding Faith: Elizabeth Spencer

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Written by Isabelle Hendrich, Faith Editor  Dayton, TN – Elizabeth Spencer is a senior Christian Ministry major with a Worship Arts emphasis and a Biblical studies minor at Bryan College. Spencer is also the resident assistant of Robison’s first floor.  At the Methodist church she grew up in, Spencer’s mom was the minister of music, Read More

Veronika Víchová and the Kremlin Watch

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Written by Jordan Hubbard, staff writer DAYTON, TN – Growing up in the midst of Russian propaganda Veronika Víchová was exposed to the dangers of Russian disinformation at a young age. One side of her family supported the Communist movement and the other wanted democracy. The opposing views of her family members would lead her Read More