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October 5, 2020
Bryan College Named Champions of Character Five-Star Institution

Bryan College Named Champions of Character Five-Star Institution KANSAS CITY, MO. — Bryan College was awarded gold-level status as part of the NAIA’s Champions of Character® Five-Star Institution Award, the national office announced in September. Bryan was one of 181 member institutions to be named a Champions of Character® Five-Star Award winner and one of… Continue Reading Bryan College Named Champions of Character Five-Star Institution

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October 1, 2020
Presidential and Dean’s Scholarship Recipients for 2020

Presidential and Dean’s Scholarship Recipients for 2020 Qualifications: Presidential Scholarship ($6,000 maximum award) Incoming first-time freshmen who meet the following criteria will be considered: Current high school senior Minimum of 6 or 7 semester cumulative high school grade point average of 3.5 on a 4-point scale Minimum ACT score of 27 or SAT combined critical reading/math… Continue Reading Presidential and Dean’s Scholarship Recipients for 2020

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September 29, 2020
Andrew Smith Named Director of Admissions

Andrew Smith Named Director of Admissions It is with great pleasure that we announce that Andrew Smith has been named Director of Admissions. Andrew is a 2013 graduate of Bryan with a Bachelor of Arts in Biblical Studies. During his time as a student, he played Baseball and won the Lion of Valor award in… Continue Reading Andrew Smith Named Director of Admissions

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July 21, 2020
An Interview with Olivia Hancock

An Interview with Olivia Hancock You may know recent alum Olivia Hancock behind a piano playing preludes for chapel or in the fall and spring showcases. Prior to her graduating from Bryan last year she placed second in the Piano Magazine Collegiate Writing Competition. You can find her article online at  https://www.claviercompanion.com/ in September 2020… Continue Reading An Interview with Olivia Hancock

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July 15, 2020
Message From President Mann

Message From President Mann Dr. Douglas F. Mann, Eighth President of Bryan College Dear friends and partners at Bryan College, As we start this day I wanted to send a note to all faculty and staff. First, as a community each of you have been very gracious as we have transitioned in executive leadership. Such… Continue Reading Message From President Mann

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June 16, 2020
Let’s Finish Strong!

Let’s Finish Strong! David Holcomb ’94, Vice President of Advancement & Communication urges you to plantseeds for the futureof our students’ lives be helping us finish this year strong and begin next year with a strong foundation. Donate Online at https://www.bryan.edu/donate.

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May 29, 2020
An Interview with Stephanie Chavez, ’19

Recent graduate Stephanie Chavez (‘19) is currently employed as a middle school mathematics teacher in Albuquerque, New Mexico, where she teaches 7th grade math and 8th grade Algebra. A Secondary Education Mathematics major, she was also heavily involved in outreach and overseas ministries during her time at Bryan. We spoke with Stephanie about her time… Continue Reading An Interview with Stephanie Chavez, ’19

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An Interview With Dean Wilson

Dean Wilson has been collecting photographs of Dayton since the 1990’s. He has contributed so much to our community, both in his photographic records and in his public service. We were honored to be able to ask Dean a few questions about his life and his work. How long have you been in Dayton? I… Continue Reading An Interview With Dean Wilson

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May 28, 2020
Vocal Performance Student Competes Nationally

Fourth-year senior Isaac Mullett was recently recognized by the National Association of Teachers of Singing (NATS) as a regional finalist in their national student auditions. Each year, the organization hosts a yearly conference where students from across the nation compete for top five in their regions, with winners advancing to the National Student Auditions. Isaac… Continue Reading Vocal Performance Student Competes Nationally

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May 26, 2020
Indaba, Community and A Pandemic

Written by Michael Palmer (Communication, Media & Culture) Indaba is a robust Zulu word which means to confer, parley, and connect. It has to do with discussing and sorting things out, where each one has a voice, with the hope of achieving a common mind. The yesteryear TV show Cheers was a success in part because of the… Continue Reading Indaba, Community and A Pandemic

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