At the end of every year, residence hall students pack their belongings into barrels and leave them in the hallway to be mysteriously whisked away. The barrel crew rushes in, hauls every barrel out and leaves, all before commencement activities are completed. The barrels then wait in storage to be returned to their owners in the fall.
Senior cinema majors will cap off the year by presenting their capstone projects on May 3 in Stratton Hall. With nine students, this year’s senior class is larger than previous years. Six senior videos have been selected to premiere in a program lasting approximately an hour and a half.
Most people don’t realize that there is a difference between cross-country and track. It can be confusing: both are running sports, and both require dedication. But to the athlete participating in these two, they are very different. Cross-country is about endurance; track is about repetition.
This semester’s presentation of Giuseppe Verdi’s Aida will be the largest opera production ever to take place at Bob Jones University, with more actors, costumes and unique set pieces than ever before.
Dr. Jim Berg of BJU’s seminary faculty has watched the addiction ministry Freedom That Lasts grow over the past three years from one church’s outreach to a wide-reaching ministry that helps individuals throughout South Carolina to overcome life-dominating sins.
As most of you have probably noticed, buying textbooks through BJU’s Campus Store was a little different this semester. The most obvious differences are the new website and different checkout lines. But the change is bigger than that. . .
BJU’s Symphony Orchestra and choirs will present this year’s Christmas Vespers, “Joy Has Dawned,” on Dec. 14 at 7 p.m., with a second program at 8:30 p.m. The second program will also be webcast for those not in Greenville wishing to view the program.