Late nights might get later

13 years ago Bill Findley 0
by Billy Findley, staff writer This spring, SGA petitioned the Student Life Council to take the next step in curfew alleviation—a revocation of weekend curfew altogether. The Student Life Council decided on April 16 to recommend to the President’s Cabinet that the change be made. If the President’s Cabinet approves the elimination of weekend curfew, Read More

Bryan students win state-wide and local CR elections

13 years ago Justus Stout 0
by Justus Stout, assistant media editor State-Wide CR elections Saturday, March 28, Tennessee College Republicans held a statewide convention, during which  elections for state-level positions were held. It was there that Bryan sophomore Bethany Diamond won the election for vice chairman, and sophomore Amelia George took treasurer. Founded in 1892, College Republicans (CR) is, according Read More

Broad Street Film Festival Nominations

13 years ago Joseph Demme 0
Broad Street Film Festival Pool: If you predict the most winners, you will win a gift card to Wal-Mart. Please email your predictions to cinexcellence-at-gmail-dot-com The deadline for entering the contest is Saturday, April 25, at midnight EST. Long Narrative: A Pistol in Hand is Worth Two in the Glove Box A Park Bench for Read More

Broad Strokes: The Bryan Coen Brothers

13 years ago Joseph Demme 0
The Coen Brothers of Bryan College, Bryan Z. Saylor and Jordan Pilgrim, are an inseparable filming unit this year. Submitting not one but two films to the Broad Street Film Festival, the duo has proved that they are insane and in much need of sleep. There Will be Time Directed by: Bryan Z. Saylor Written Read More