Bethany Williams

Student Voice: What does your college dash look like?

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2012-2016 Four years. And yet all of that is represented by one single symbol —one dash. That’s how long I’ve been learning, growing and laughing on this campus. I’ve taken 49 classes, worked four jobs, traveled on a mission trip and made countless memories. I’ve worked on The Collegian staff six semesters in three different

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My Christmas break didn’t go as I planned. Specifically, the first day especially didn’t go as planned. My sister and I woke up at 6 a.m. on the morning after the last exams so we could get an early start on our 14-hour drive back to Buffalo, New York. The weather was fine for most

Presidential candidates visit BJU

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Bob Jones University became the platform for two presidential candidates to present their views and ideals last weekend for the first time since George W. Bush visited the university as a candidate in 2000. On Friday, Nov. 13, Sen. Tim Scott and Congressman Trey Gowdy hosted candidate Dr. Ben Carson during an installment of Scott’s

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“Bethany, I have to tell you something. The doctor called and my tests came back. I have cancer, but it’ll be okay.” Those weren’t the words I expected to hear when my little sister Becca knocked on the door of my res hall room last March, but I knew the results would be coming eventually.

Students need to be involved in politics

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It has seemed impossible during the last few months to open Twitter and Facebook or to watch the news without one particular topic screaming for attention, whether you want to give it attention or not. If you aren’t sure already, that topic is politics. With the presidential election coming in just over a year, all

Hitting the greens with the Bruins golf team

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Spring is returning, and with it returns golf season; the Bruins golf team is well into its spring set of meets for the semester. But what does being a member of a collegiate golf team entail? “It’s almost impossible to explain the sport because until you’ve done it you can’t really know how hard it

Sports Column: March Madness

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Shouting, butterflies in my stomach, holding my breath, checking my phone every five seconds for a score update —this is pretty much how my week has gone. Why, you ask? March Madness. So many emotions are wrapped up in those two simple words. Anticipation. Excitement. Sadness. Disappointment. The list of emotions experienced can go on

Razorbacks scrape past Knights in walk-off win

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The Alpha Theta Pi Razorbacks pulled off a walk-off softball playoff win Monday afternoon against the Kappa Sigma Chi Knights. The second-seeded Razorbacks were 2-1 for the season at the start of the game, while the seventh-seeded Knights were looking for their first win of the season after three games. At the start of the

Bruins hoops: men’s and women’s teams end seasons with one playoff win apiece

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The Bob Jones University Bruins women’s and men’s basketball teams both completed their postseason runs and wrapped up their seasons Friday, March 13. Lady Bruins The Lady Bruins took on the Southern Wesleyan University Warriors Friday night in the regional championship game, coming off an overtime win the night before against Columbia International University. In

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