Are you looking for a tasty, inexpensive meal but you’re not interested in the usual hamburgers or pizza? Zoës Kitchen, a Mediterranean-style restaurant, serves fresh food at a reasonable price. Zoës Kitchen has two locations in Greenville, one at Woodruff Road in the plaza with Starbucks and one on Augusta Street. The restaurant is open
The Super Bowl is fast approaching and will be broadcasted on Feb. 7 at 6:30 p.m. The reaction of most people in America is excited anticipation for the event. But personally, I have never had interest in playing football, much less watching it on TV. There really is no story, aside from whether or not
Bob Jones University will feature its annual Christmas lighting ceremony tonight at 6:30 p.m. with some additions to the usual lineup. Dr. Steve Pettit will perform an instrumental rendition of “Jingle Bells” on his mandolin; vocal ensemble Opus Six will perform “O Holy Night;” and the audience will sing the “Hallelujah Chorus” from Handel’s Messiah.
The students of BJU are about to be treated to a good ol’ fashioned Turkey Bowl. This Saturday at 8 p.m., Alpha will defend its title as last year’s reigning champions against the challenging team Beta in a throwback-style Turkey Bowl featuring live turkey races, Thanksgiving dinner eating contests and hot air balloon rides. At
This semester’s first Concert, Opera & Drama Series program on Tuesday, Nov. 10, at 8 p.m., will feature BJU’s Symphonic Wind Band with guest trombonists, Matthew Vaughn, the associate principal trombonist for the Philadelphia Orchestra, and Dr. Frank Garlock, founder of the Bob Jones University Trombone Choir. The concert celebrates the trombone and is
In the last of our new faculty spotlight series, we introduce three new professors in several different academic areas: Dr. Rodger Bradley, who teaches in the Division of Social Science; Dr. Neil Cushman of the Seminary; and Brandon Ironside, a faculty member in the School of Fine Arts and Communication. Dr. Roger Bradley Dr. Roger
This semester’s mission’s chapel on Monday, Oct. 5, will consist of six speakers and a choir of students from different mission teams sent out last summer by the Office of Missions. Mark Vowels, head of the Office of Missions, said although he does not have a predetermined message each year, he has found that keeping
Bob Jones University will feature a benefit recital for the Gingery-Mack Music Scholarship Fund at 7 p.m. Sept. 26 in War Memorial Chapel. Founded in 2014 by faculty and alumni of Bob Jones University, the scholarship encourages students enrolled in the music program by offering financial aid. Tickets for the recital can be purchased, online,