On May 9, Bob Jones University will say goodbye to the class of 2014, comprised of 882 students and friends.
Commencement day is quickly approaching, and BJU seniors are ready to view the FMA from a different angle: on stage receiving their diplomas. While looking forward to the next step in their lives, these seniors are also taking a look back at their four years at the University and thanking God for His faithfulness in their lives.
“If music be the food of love, play on.”
This famous line kicks off William Shakespeare’s well-beloved comedy of mistaken identities, practical jokes and misplaced love: Twelfth Night.
At the end of every year, residence hall students pack their belongings into barrels and leave them in the hallway to be mysteriously whisked away. The barrel crew rushes in, hauls every barrel out and leaves, all before commencement activities are completed. The barrels then wait in storage to be returned to their owners in the fall.
The BJU School of Education recently announced the creation of a new division — the Division of Health, Exercise and Sports Science — and three new programs within the division.
If you dream of eating a classic Reuben sandwich and a dainty French macaroon in the same meal, head to Rick’s Deli & Market located in the heart of downtown Greenville.
Meet the 2014-15 Student Leadership Council. They’re excited to be able to serve the student body, and they’ve shared some of their visions and goals for next year, as well as an interesting fact that you may not have known about them.
“Who is Harvey?”
This is the question constantly being asked by many of the characters in the upcoming BJU theatre arts production of the play Harvey.
Mrs. Peggy Irons was new to the nursing faculty this year, yet she had already built a strong foundation of friendship, trust and respect with all who knew her, faculty and students alike.
U.S. Sen. Tim Scott (R-S.C.) will speak at the next Presidential Leadership Series event on Tuesday, April 22, at 7 p.m. in Founder’s Memorial Amphitorium. Both the University family and the Greenville community are invited to attend.
The lights will go out in the Davis Field House. Strings of Christmas lights will be turned on. Glow sticks will be passed around. And students will file in to cheer on the seven nations competing in the first-ever BJU Glolympics.
This year’s Living Gallery, “Looking Unto Jesus,” portrays the promises and prophecies given in the Old Testament of the coming Messiah.
What do you get when you blend the spicy kick of Southwest fare with the Eastern flavors of freshly rolled sushi? The surprisingly enjoyable fusion of Southwest and Far East in a single restaurant called Takosushi.
- Seniors, Dr. Stephen Jones bid farewell at commencement
- Seniors reflect on four years of undergrad, express God’s goodness through testimony
- Shakespearean comedy to add laughs to semester’s end
- Pack it, seal it, store it; the scoop on summer storage, barrel boys
- Comic: Congrats, Collegian Seniors!
- University introduces restructured program: Division of Health, Exercise & Sports Science
- Not your average deli: French chef adds flair to standard deli fare
- Photostory: Meet the 2014-15 Student Leadership Council
- Student play rounds out Performance Hall productions with humor
- Nursing instructor leaves legacy of compassion, joy
- U.S. senator to share testimony, discuss faith, leadership
- SLC to turn off lights, host first-ever Glolympics, glow-in-the-dark 5K run
- Living Gallery to portray prophecies fulfilled of coming Messiah
- Merging two opposites: eatery serves sushi, Tex-Mex in one location