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Week at a glance

WBJU White Glove Broadcast
Saturday, 10 a.m. – 4 p.m., WBJU 104.5 FM

WBJU will be helping students set sail for a day of cleaning during White Glove tomorrow as it presents “Swab the Deck,” a pirate-themed White Glove broadcast.

The program will air from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. with two live shifts from 10 a.m. to noon and noon to 2 p.m. Port City Java will be providing free coffee from 10 to noon for students who drop by the journalism department on the second floor of the Fine Arts building.

The first two shifts will feature contests and prizes. “Listen if you want prizes, because you never know what all we’ll give away,” said WBJU anchor Victoria Sparkman, a senior journalism and mass communication major.

More than 20 people will be working to make sure the broadcast runs smoothly. “We have such a talented staff, and they are dedicated to making this day a fun one for all students on campus,” Sparkman said.

The broadcast will air on WBJU 104.5 FM and will also be streamed online at

High School Festival and Preaching Conference
Monday through Thursday

Hundreds of high school students from around the country will arrive on campus Monday for the annual High School Festival and Preaching Conference.

According to Associate Director of Admission Mr. David Orr, the competition is for students in 9th through 12th grades from all educational backgrounds: homeschool, Christian school and public school.

Throughout the week, high school students will compete in various fine arts events, from playing instruments to giving television editorials. Those in the preaching conference will also be able to learn more about being a better communicator of the Word. “As [high schoolers] compete, they get to receive comments from our faculty that will help them improve in their area [of talent],” Mr. Orr said.

Preregistration Opening
Monday, Nov. 12, StudentCentral

Preregistration activities for 2012-2013 II Semester will begin Nov. 12 rather than Oct. 29 as listed in the printed Calendar of Events.