In their first game in almost a week, the BJU women’s soccer team defeated the visiting Florida College Falcons 1-0 in a thrilling overtime victory Thursday, Oct. 16. The Bruins relied on a beautiful free kick from Jennifer Wise in overtime to improve to a 10-3-2 record. It was a fantastic finish for a team
Friday night, dedicated as Faculty Appreciation Night, was memorialized in true collegiate style by the Bruins men’s soccer team. Mimicking college students’ propensity for last-minute paper and project delivery to their teachers, the Bruins delivered a game-winning goal in the last possible seconds. Overpowering the Tennessee Temple Crusaders 2-1, the Bruins pulled off an impressive
Aramark. You see the name around the Dining Common and The Den, but have you ever wondered who exactly they are? Aramark is an on-site food service provider based in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Servicing more than 600 colleges and other institutions in North America alone, they hold contracts in more than 22 countries around the world.
Scholastic Bowl, a competition where society teams compete against each other in areas of general knowledge, has been an annual event at Bob Jones University since 1985, which means this year, specifically today, marks the start of its 30th anniversary competition. Schol Bowl is an opportunity for students to take the knowledge they’ve learned in
Missionaries sometimes seem like distant friends that we support from afar, but next week BJU will bring missionaries and their respective mission fields front and center for Missions Emphasis Week. Students will be able to hear about missions from around the world and possibly even find their own God-given mission. “BJU has more students than
Suffering their first loss in soccer in six years, the Beta Gamma Delta Patriots lost Saturday to the Alpha Omega Delta Lions 2-1. The game was expected to be an intense one from the beginning. Beta, a long-standing powerhouse, was facing one of its biggest rivals, the Omega Lions. Both teams were determined to win
Today, while some students are in line for PB&J at Grab ‘n Go, others will be in line for edible masterpieces at this semester’s opening of the Bistro. Starting today from 11:45 a.m. to 2 p.m., and continuing every Friday until Thanksgiving break, the sophomore culinary students at the Culinary Arts Retail Building will be
While a majority of students snooze Saturday mornings, other students cheerfully congregate behind the Nell Sunday residence hall at 8:30 a.m. to make the hourlong drive to the 300-acre facility called Boys Farm in Newberry County. Here, the students assist with a variety of tasks, including grounds and animal care but, most importantly, they fellowship
The Sept. 26 matchup between the BJU Bruins men’s soccer team and the Clearwater Christian College Cougars was a roaring win for the Bruins. With full stands, Friday night lights and beautiful fall weather, the atmosphere of the match was electric. Taking the game 4-1, the Bruins relentlessly attacked and proved dominant against the Cougars.
College students may be tempted to think they don’t have time for community service, but this week saving three lives is as simple as sitting in a chair for half an hour. The familiar red and white Blood Connection buses will be parked on campus Monday to kick off this year’s first Community
The South is home to many restaurants dedicated to serving their customers quality Southern cuisine. But Brick Street Café has a unique aesthetic appeal. The café’s traditional red brick building doesn’t do justice to its quirky interior decorating. You walk in to see colorful lanterns, different styles of furniture and paintings hanging on bold, bright-colored
If you see a robotic vehicle driving itself around the science building in the coming weeks, don’t be alarmed; it’s just homework. For almost a decade the BJU engineering department has competed in a Michigan robotics competition with units designed and built by senior engineering students in Eng 406 Mechatronics. This year’s students have an
Emile Pandolfi has played all over the world, from recording with the Prague Philharmonic Orchestra in the Czech Republic to performing with 83 of the world’s finest pianists at the opening ceremony of the 1984 Olympic Games in Los Angeles. And, on Friday, Oct. 17, you have a chance to hear him live as WBJU
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.
Dr. Steve Pettit describes his new job as president of Bob Jones University with two words: unexpected and providential.
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.
- Bruins women defeat Florida College Falcons 1-0 in overtime
- Bruins men go down to the wire in home win vs. TTU
- Aramark at BJU becomes food service model for other universities
- Scholastic Bowl to feature 14 society teams in 30th annual competition
- Missions Emphasis Week to inspire burden for lost
- Omega hands Beta first soccer loss in six years
- Bistro provides real-life culinary experience
- Boys Farm outreach provides home, fellowship
- Bruins tame Cougars on home field with 4-1 win
- BJU blood drive to take motto of “connect life”
- Brick Street Cafe: secrets and cakes and pies oh my!
- Engineering students to help design city’s future
- Acclaimed pianist to perform at BJU
- Lions, Vikings tie to kick off intramural soccer season
- SLC sets semester goals: connect, inspire, empower
- “Tabula Rasa” to return on bigger stage
- BJU President Steve Pettit brings new energy to University, aligns with founder’s mission
- Remodeled Den opens space for fellowship, food