Have you ever wanted to get away to a simpler time, where friends sat together on the back porch munching on popcorn, licking ice cream cones and sipping sodas?
BJU’s front campus will be filled with Christmas cheer tonight as the university family and guests from the community join to sing carols and watch tens of thousands of Christmas lights illuminate campus during the University’s annual Christmas Lighting Ceremony.
The Bruins women’s soccer team completed its historic second season last weekend at the NCCAA DII tournament in Kissimmee, Fla., defeating Clearwater Christian College 1-0 to claim the NCCAA DII national title.
Forty years ago this week, one of the most iconic and most frequently used buildings on campus was dedicated after two and a half years of construction.
A play of love, war and inner beauty, Edmond Rostand’s Cyrano de Bergerac, directed by Mr. Jeff Stegall of the theatre arts faculty, will be performed at 8 p.m. on Wednesday, Thursday and Friday nights next week.
Bob Jones University, North Greenville University and Furman University each held blood drives in October in an effort to serve the Greenville community and to engage in friendly competition. BJU surpassed its donation goals and earned the highest percentage of student body participation.
“Steamenstein.” “Bob Loblaw.” “McSteamy.”
Members of the BJU community will have the opportunity to run in the 27th annual Turkey Bowl 5K next Saturday, continuing the tradition of running a race on the weekend before Thanksgiving week.
The Collegian is proud to present the 79 BJU seniors who have been named as the 2013-14 Who’s Who recipients. Students who hold major offices on campus and who display exceptional leadership qualities are recognized for this prestigious institutional honor.
The Davis Field House was the stage for the highly anticipated Bruins men’s intercollegiate basketball home opener on Friday, Nov. 1. The men’s team, coming off a 6–24 inaugural season, rebuilt, reconstructed and trained hard for the 2013–14 season.
Students can support each other in many ways. They can watch student-produced plays, walk through student art shows or attend music recitals. But there’s another way to support students that may seem a little unusual: eating.
Three members of the art faculty — Mr. Jon Andrews, Mr. Kevin Isgett and Mr. Jared Stanley — will share their personal stories and experiences in the second annual BJU Art and Design Faculty Exhibit, on display from Nov. 11 to Dec. 5 in the Sargent Art Building exhibition corridor.
Joining BJU’s art faculty this semester, Freda Sue is one of the newest faculty members on campus.
What’s in a major? At BJU, it seems to be a combination of hard work, specialized skill, ingenuity, team projects and a whole lot of passion for the field. Our students shared a glimpse of what’s involved in their own majors.
If you’re looking for a restaurant with delicious food and great service, try downtown Greenville’s “sophisticated burger joint,” Grill Marks.
- Downtown West End popcorn parlor revs up local snack scene
- Lighting ceremony to usher in Christmas season on campus
- No longer rookies: the Bruins women’s soccer team defeats Providence, Clearwater to become NCCAA DII National Champions
- Thanksgiving week marks 40th year since dedication of FMA
- Production of French drama to tell classic tale of love, intrigue
- BJU accomplishes blood drive goal, wins three-way competition
- Sully’s Steamers perfects steamed bagel sandwich
- Race tradition continues with Turkey Bowl 5K
- Who’s Who
- Bruins men shut down Royals by big deficit in season’s first game
- Practical, tasty experience: Culinary Arts’ Friday Bistro
- Faculty to present second Art and Design exhibit: Show to highlight artists’ personal stories, memories
- Faculty feature: Freda Sue’s story of grace and learning
- Photostory: What’s in a major?
- Gourmet Greenville eatery not typical burgers, fries joint