Outdoor Chapels and Open Minds

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Written by: Daeana Barkubein, staff writer DAYTON, Tenn.— After resuming classes on campus for the FA20 semester, Bryan College held its first outdoor chapel on the lawn in front of Summers Gym at 9 p.m. on August 11 to provide students an opportunity to worship corporately and to hear an address from Dr. Doug Mann, Read More

Spring break trips and athletic events canceled due to coronavirus

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Written by: Isabelle Hendrich, staff writer Dayton, Tenn. – Bryan College announced last week on March 6 that the international Break for Change trips were cancelled  due to the coronavirus. On Wed., March 11 the two domestic Break for Change trips to Opelousas, La. and Houston, Texas were also cancelled.  In fact, all co-curricular programs Read More

Bryan College classes to move online for week following spring break

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Written by: Mathaüs Schwarzen, staff writer DAYTON, Tenn.—Bryan College announced on March 12 that classes for the week after spring break will take place in the form of online instruction, with the following weeks pending developments on the COVID-19 outbreak. Classes are planned to resume as normal March 30. Dean of Students Bruce Morgan has Read More

Passengers on quarantined cruise ship flown home, some infected

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Written by: Jake Love, staff writer DAYTON, Tenn.—From news wires and the Washington Post: Approximately 600 of the 3,700 passengers of the the Diamond Princess, a Japanese cruise ship that was under coronavirus quarantine, were flown home on Wednesday, Feb. 20. The ship has been docked in the harbor of Yokohama, Japan since Feb. 3.  Read More