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‘Top Hat’ software may be used for future society elections

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Last semester, when most students were voting for their society officers by hand, the Beta Gamma Delta Patriots were voting by text via voting software called Top Hat. Top Hat allows society members to vote for their candidate of choice by texting in the name of the nominee. The one-time votes are recorded instantly and

Bruins struggle for consistency, fall to Bears

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Struggling to find consistency, the Bruins women’s basketball team dropped another contest Tuesday to Truett-McConnell College 58-43 in Cleveland, Georgia. While control of the game passed back and forth throughout the first half, the Truett-McConnell Bears took a five-point lead into halftime. Due to a quick run at the beginning of the second half, Truett-McConnell

Bruins fall just short of Barber-Scotia Sabres, 86-81

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Coming off a five-game losing streak and an overall record of 3-7, the Bruins showed up raring to win at their Dec. 4 home game against Barber-Scotia College but fell short 86-81. Despite the return of freshman guard Dustin Killough, the Bruins were unable to snap their downward spiral. The game began with both teams

Citadel Bulldogs hand Bruins fourth straight loss

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The Bruins men’s basketball team fell to the Citadel Bulldogs 81-50 on Saturday, Nov. 22. Hoping to end their three-game losing streak, the Bruins put it all on the line. But in spite of BJU President Steve Pettit’s declaration of allegiance to the Bruins, his alma mater, the Citadel, handed the Bruins a hefty loss.

Bruins host BMW Invitational; beat Royals, fall to Knights

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The Bruins men’s basketball team opened the BMW Bruin Invitational Friday, Nov. 14, with a 65-58 win over Johnson University, but fell in their second game to Kentucky Christian University with a 74-64 loss. The three gorgeous Mini Coopers parked outside the Davis Field House Friday and Saturday were loaned to the University by Century

Men’s hoops: Bruins fall to Buffaloes, defeat Rams

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The Bruins men’s basketball team’s two most recent games resulted in a 78-60 loss to the Milligan College Buffaloes and a 87-81 win over the Columbia International University Rams. The first game against Milligan College placed the Bruins against an undefeated opponent. The Buffaloes immediately attacked the hoop and quickly took an 8-0 lead. Despite

Bruins end regular soccer season with loss to Georgia Gwinnett

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The Bruins lost their final men’s soccer game of the 2014 regular season 6-1 Saturday to the Georgia Gwinnett Grizzlies. For the Bruins, this 17-game season was full of highs and lows, moments of triumph and moments of defeat. Posting a record of five wins and 12 losses, the members of the team kept their

Bruins men defeat Royal Crusaders in opening game

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The Bruins opened their first basketball game of the 2014-15 regular season Saturday with a win against the Crown College Royal Crusaders at the Davis Field House. Coming off two preseason wins, the Bruins had good reason to feel confident. They continued the winning streak and finished their first home game with an 88-69 victory

Bruins honor seniors, lose to Chowan Hawks in last home game

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The Bruins lost 5-0 to the Chowan University Hawks Monday in their last home game of the season. The game was designated Senior Night, celebrating seniors Joseph Wooster and Ryan Beadles as they played their final game at Alumni Stadium. The Hawks took an early edge in the game, penetrating deep into the Bruins’ 18.

Bruins men suffer tough loss to Columbia International University

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Last Thursday’s men’s soccer match against Columbia International University began with chilly weather and ended with a cold loss of 4-1. Although the game started slowly, it quickly escalated as Columbia placed two goals into the Bruins net within two minutes of each other. The first came as the ball bounced out of a scuffle

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