Andrew Budgick

WORLD Fund uses birthday money to fund education

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Most of us have received gifts of money for our birthdays. On their own, these small gifts don’t seem like a lot of money, but what if you combine the birthday cash of hundreds or even thousands of people? What could that money do? This was some of the thinking behind BJU Chancellor Dr. Bob

Home school produces well-rounded students at BJU

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     If you’re a BJU student reading this article, then there’s a high chance that you were home-schooled. Currently, homeschool graduates make up 34 percent of the entire student body, including 33 percent of the freshman class.      But home-schooled or not, most students question their level of preparedness when they step onto a

Missions Emphasis Week to inspire burden for lost

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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

Take a step up from Taco Bell at The Local Taco

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Moe’s and Chipotle have a new competitor, and Mexican food enthusiasts have a new favorite: The Local Taco, a sit-down Mexican restaurant that focuses on fresh, gourmet ingredients. With locations in Tennessee, Kentucky, North Carolina, South Carolina and a new location soon to open on Pelham Road near the Chophouse ’47 Steakhouse right off Interstate

Engineering students to help design city’s future

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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

Remodeled Den opens space for fellowship, food

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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.

Column: Pet Peeves

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Looking around social media I’ve noticed a lot of links that connect to lists: 15 potato chips that look like U.S. presidents, 13 things you didn’t know you could do with bacon, etc. In light of this trend, I decided to try my hand at a list.

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