Social Media becoming the sole news source for Americans

5 months ago Triangle 0
Written by: Eleanor Sanford Dayton, TENN. — Social media has been on the rise on a global scale since 2004, when the first version of Facebook was released. It began as a simple social site where people could follow their friends and post about their daily lives. Since that time, social media has expanded and Read More

Outdoor Chapels and Open Minds

11 months ago Triangle 0
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

COVID-19: Adjusting to life in quarantine

1 year ago Triangle 0
Written by: Kimberly McKernie, guest writer As concerts are postponed, sporting events are canceled, schools are closed and tourist hot spots are shut down, experts recommend that even those who show no sign of illness stay home during this time of a global pandemic.  Remaining inside is a good way to protect yourself and others Read More

A Modern-day Exodus: Hundreds of billions of locusts tear through Africa

1 year ago Triangle 0
Written by: Nathan Kernell, assistant editor In a time where the public is captivated by news of the COVID-19 outbreak, another plague is terrorising millions in Africa, and is garnering little attention. Locusts numbering into the hundreds of billions are tearing across East Africa and threatening food supplies, while rapidly multiplying. In January, the UN Read More