Tag: Bryant University

  • Favorite Places to Eat in Smithfield and Providence

    Providence and Smithfield have some great restaurants. Don’t know where to go on your next girl's night out or want to check out a new place in town?! Well HerCampus is here to help you! We have crafted a list of our 10 favorite places to go out to eat in Smithfield and Providence. Enjoy and we hope that you check out one of these joints soon.

  • Black Mirror Ranked: Most Feel Good to Most Messed Up

    We took the time to breakdown a hit Netflix original show, Black Mirror. This show is known for it's intense plot lines and dark content. Whether you're a seasoned fan or a new viewer, check out this article ranking the Black Mirror episodes (in our opinion) from most feel good, to most messed up.

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    37 Things to Thank Your Mom For

    It’s the little things that go a long way. This is a special one. Mothers cannot be replaced by anyone; ours hold a very special place in...

  • Sorority Spotlight: Devyn Vinson

    We sat down with Devyn Vinson, incoming President of Sigma Sigma Sigma at Bryant University for the 2018 calendar year to talk about sorority life and what Tri Sigma means to her.

  • Sorority Spotlight: Tayla Giuffrida

    We sat down with Tayla Giuffrida, incoming President of Delta Zeta at Bryant University for the 2018 calendar year to talk about sorority life and what DZ means to her.

  • Sorority Spotlight: Gabby Leitgeb

    We sat down with Gabby Leitgeb, incoming President of Alpha Sigma Alpha at Bryant University for the 2018 calendar year to talk sorority life and what ASA means to her.

  • Why You Shouldn't Jump on the JUUL Bandwagon

    An epidemic is sweeping the nation and everyone’s very quickly jumping on this bandwagon before they even really know what they’re in for. The JUUL, an alternative to smoking cigarettes, has had a spike in popularity among young adults and it is not a positive trend.

  • Thanksgiving Is Not Just About the Food

    Thanksgiving is fast approaching and that means stuffing, turkey, gravy, cranberry sauce, mashed potatoes; what else could anyone possible ask for? Even though the main part of Thanksgiving is the food, it is not necessarily the most important part—the people you surround yourself with are.

  • Why It's Okay To Be a Liberal Arts Major at a Business School

    Everyone knows of Bryant University because it is one of the top business schools in the area and of course that is something to be proud of as a student that attends this school. If your major isn’t business though, there might be a slight catch to how proud you are of attending the number three school for business, management and marketing according to College Factual/USA Today in 2017.

  • 4 Reasons Apps Are Why Americans Check Their Phones 8 Billion Times Per Day

    Want to know the top news headlines? Call a cab? Book a table at a restaurant? Find out what your friends are up to? Refill your prescription? With over a million apps in the Apple app store: “There’s an app for that.” There’s an app for almost every single daily function, and because of this we are constantly on our phones throughout the day.

  • Campus Celeb: Jacquelyn Amaral and RSVP

    Jacquelyn Amaral is a sophomore at Bryant University that recently began working with the Katie Brown Educational Program, and along with the help of other Bryant students, has organized an upcoming event that will address dating violence.

  • Which Birth Control is Right For You?

    We at HerCampus recognize the importance of protection, that's why we took the liberty of researching many different options for birth control so you can pick the one that works best for you!

  • Sorority Recruitment Events for the 2017-2018 Year

    Bryant is an amazing little campus with so much to offer, including Formal Recruitment in January. With four sororities participating in formal recruitment this year, the women of the Panhellenic community are looking forward to inviting new members to join their sisterhood.

  • "Me Too" Campaign Response

    For the past few weeks over various forms of social media like Facebook and Twitter, women have been posting “Me Too” in an attempt to bring attention to the widespread issue of sexual assault and harassment that is all too prevalent in our culture...