Review

EVENT REVIEW: Land of the Free and the Home of the Rave

2 years ago Triangle 0
by: Mathaus Schwarzen, staff writer Bryan College Resident Life and the Student Events Council (SEC) teamed up to host an event completely unknown to the College on January 23. “Land of the Free and the Home of the Rave” was exactly what its name implies—a small Christian college’s best attempt at the usually hedonistic dance Read More

“Nickel and Dimed: On (not) getting by in America” book review

2 years ago Triangle 0
Written by: Nathan Kernell, assistant editor Barbara Ehrenreich’s book “Nickel and Dimed: On (Not) Getting By In America” focuses heavily on the societal issue of underpaid low-wage workers, and Ehrenreich takes investigative reporting to a whole new level by throwing herself into the low-wage work environment. Ehrenreich’s account of low-wage work and life is about Read More

Last Train to Nibroc: The complexities of love and war in the South

2 years ago Triangle 0
Written by: Samantha Burgess, editor in chief *Warning: this review contains mild spoilers for Last Train to Nibroc The Bryan College Hilltop Players put on the first three performances of their production of Last Train to Nibroc on Jan. 23-25. Last Train to Nibroc, a production written by Arlene Hutton in 2000, tells the story Read More

The Irishman: Love and loyalty in the mafia

2 years ago Triangle 0
Written by: Jake Love, staff writer *Spoiler Warning Few have accumulated a directing resume equal to that of Martin Scorsese. With films such as Taxi Driver, Raging Bull and Goodfellas under his belt, some consider him the greatest film director of all time. His new crime epic The Irishman, rated R for graphic mafia violence Read More