The Nu Delta Chi Vikings faced off against the Alpha Omega Delta Lions Saturday, Sept. 20, marking the start of this year’s 11-man intramural soccer season.
An August leadership retreat has this year’s Student Leadership Council poised to achieve several key goals for the year.
Performed last year as a fulfillment of Janie Mayer-Board’s senior directing requirement, “Tabula Rasa,” a student-run play without a set script, will return to the stage at 7:30 p.m. Friday and Saturday, Oct. 3 and 4.
Violinist David Kim, concertmaster of the Philadelphia Orchestra, will join the BJU Symphony Orchestra Thursday night for the first Artist Series program of the year, playing several solos and even helping to lead the orchestra during one piece.
God’s willingness to hear and answer our pleas will be the theme of this semester’s Day of Prayer on Tuesday, Sept. 30. The theme comes from Psalm 34:15b, which says, “His ears are open unto their cry.”
Dr. Steve Pettit describes his new job as president of Bob Jones University with two words: unexpected and providential.
Not only did four Bruins players score their first collegiate goals, but the Bruins also scored their first goals of the season and captured their first win in a 4-1 victory.
With such a diverse atmosphere, The Den provides a place for mentors to mentor, evangelists to evangelize, foodies to eat, caffeine addicts to get good coffee, social butterflies to socialize and bookworms to read.
As the nation paused to remember the tragic events of Sept. 11, 2001, the student body at Bob Jones University did its part to ensure that America would not forget the day that changed the lives of so many forever.
- Lions, Vikings tie to kick off intramural soccer season
- SLC sets semester goals: connect, inspire, empower
- “Tabula Rasa” to return on bigger stage
- Concert to feature BJU Symphony Orchestra
- Day of Prayer: “His ears are open unto their cry”
- BJU President Steve Pettit brings new energy to University, aligns with founder’s mission
- Rookies shine as BJU captures season’s first victory at home
- Remodeled Den opens space for fellowship, food
- BJU commemorates 9/11 tragedy with front campus display, chapel service