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.
No one’s surprised when a science major walks into the science building. But why would interior design majors spend the majority of their college careers in the upper part of the science annex?
Just as the name implies, Cut Above Enterprises is a local landscaping company well known for its professional attitude and hard work.
“We’re known for our good ice cream and generous portions,” Dillard said. “Sometimes our line is out the door, literally.”
BJU students began using their creativity this semester to reach out to the at-risk youth at the Greenville County Juvenile Facility.
Warmer weather, an increase in the pollen count, and the passing of midterms mean just one thing for students at BJU: Bible Conference is almost here.
Do you have an iPhone? According to Mr. Jay Bopp, chairman of BJU’s Division of art, every image your index finger zooms in on and slides across the screen was built by graphic designers.
Several of BJU’s communication disorders majors and their professors attended the South Carolina Speech-Language-Hearing Convention that took place Feb. 20 through 22. Held in Charleston, S.C., the convention is a yearly opportunity for both students and faculty to hear from experts and scientists in the field of communication disorders.
The venom from Gila monsters can kill humans, yet it can also stop the growth of certain types of cancer. Which ones? Dr. Steve Figard and his independent study class intend to find out by making use of the eight Gila monsters in Dr. Chris Carmichael’s serpentarium.
Worthwhile is a company that has always been a little ahead of its time: a fact that can be seen even in the name of its website, Worthwhile.com. Today, buying such a clear and concise website name would cost a fortune. But when Worthwhile came on the scene, the Internet was a bit less crowded.
Tucked away in the Taylors Mill Properties, Due South Coffee Roasters specializes in the process of creating artisan coffee, taking it from the tree to your cup.
If you had walked into the International Food Competition on March 1, your nose may have been a little disoriented at first.
Anyone who is fluent in a second language will tell you that the key to mastering a language is not classroom instruction, a large vocabulary or correct grammar.
First impressions are lasting impressions. We all know what it’s like to carefully choose an outfit for the first day of school, an important job interview or artist series.
About two years ago, planning began for what will be one of the biggest productions in BJU’s history, Giuseppe Verdi’s Aida.
Sleeping in late, layers of clothing, snowball fights, running across campus and the sounds of laughter and excitement filling the air. . .
BJU honored the Bruins women’s soccer team Friday, Feb. 7, with the University’s first banner raising ceremony.
Facebook. Google. Microsoft. Time magazine. Reddit.com. All were created in college by innovative students like yourself.
The Applied Studies Building located near Bob Jones University Cleaners houses some unexpected residents: reptiles.
Over the upcoming weeks, students will have the opportunity to learn valuable leadership skills through a series of workshops sponsored by the Center for Leadership Development.
Six students in BJU’s Art of Photography class were able to display their photographs in an art exhibition at Jackson Marketing Group at the end of last semester as a final class project.
Two new faculty members joined the science faculty this semester: Dr. Vincenzo Antignani and Dr. Aric Blumer.
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.
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.
“Steamenstein.” “Bob Loblaw.” “McSteamy.”
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.
- 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
- Interior Design Majors
- Comic: Drop-Add Week
- Professionalism, hard work defines grad-owned landscaping operation
- Frozen treats served up at local, family-owned peach farm
- Outreach groups touch teens’ lives via teaching opportunities
- Bible Conference to be week of spiritual renewal, campus activity
- Showcasing variety: senior show to display 10 designers’ creativity
- Communication disorders: combining compassion, creativity
- Venom for a cure: Gila monster venom targets cancer cells
- Grad-owned business makes online marketing ‘worthwhile’
- Due South: where coffee meets artistry
- Team Austria cooks winning dish at international food fair
- Chinese competition expands horizons of culture, language
- UniComm Media Group: advertising to Greenville’s Hispanic community
- Photostory — Aida: An opera two years in the making
- Snow days give students pause for fun, studies
- Championship soccer team honored at banner raising
- The Entrepreneur: Dapper Ink, a business that’s more than T-shirts
- Photostory: Scales and tails — BJU houses hundreds of reptiles
- Charting a Path for Leadership: Workshops to teach new topics, equip students as leaders
- Jackson Marketing Group displays student photography
- New faculty members share stories of God’s leading to BJU
- No longer rookies: the Bruins women’s soccer team defeats Providence, Clearwater to become NCCAA DII National Champions
- Production of French drama to tell classic tale of love, intrigue
- Sully’s Steamers perfects steamed bagel sandwich
- Practical, tasty experience: Culinary Arts’ Friday Bistro