Collegian Staff

February 9, 2018

Column 2/9/18

Some students spend their year trapped in the library like cloistered monks. I’ll admit it: some days I envy those students. I would love to spend […]
February 2, 2018

Photostory: Full Disclosure

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February 2, 2018

Sacha’s Café Holding Columbian traditions close to heart

Sacha’s Café offers delectable Colombian cuisine to the Greenville community. Located at 1001 N. Pleasantburg Drive near the East North Street intersection, Sacha’s Café provides a […]
February 2, 2018

IT protects campus online: Cyber security for an increasingly cyber world

With cybercrime on the rise across the nation, BJU is committed to maintaining high standards in the area of cyber security. Meriam-Webster defines cyber security as […]
February 2, 2018

Societies, competition and the evolution of a coveted award

Society sports have played an important role at Bob Jones University for many years. Since the 1950s, societies have competed to win the society sports award. […]
February 2, 2018

National champions honored: Banners, Bruins’ morale raised to new heights

Friday night was a special night for two of the Bruins’ teams. The men’s cross country team and the women’s soccer team held a special ring […]
February 2, 2018

Piano duo vie for crowd’s favor in competition on the keys

Twenty fingers on four hands playing 176 keys in one musical competition—Piano Battle brings the fight to BJU Feb. 8 as two German pianists contend for […]
February 2, 2018

Talkback 2/2/18

February 2, 2018

Comic: Test taking

February 2, 2018

View-obsessed society deteriorates values

Popular culture frequently descends to the lowest levels of behavior to entertain modern audiences already accustomed to “shocking” content. YouTuber Logan Paul recently attracted international attention […]
February 2, 2018

Your new chapel monitor’s an automated camera: But it’s not that creepy

For years science fiction has foreseen humanity’s ultimate demise at the hands of machines. But the future came sooner than expected for chapel monitors at BJU, […]
February 2, 2018

New academic school heralds new vision

BJU President Steve Pettit announced Wednesday that BJU will open the School of Health Professions in the fall of 2018. Immediately following Pettit’s chapel announcement, a […]
January 26, 2018

Stone Pizza transfers Italy to Greenville in 90 seconds

The Stone Pizza Company offers the community its well-known Neapolitan style pizza, set apart by specially grown tomatoes from Italy topped with mozzarella cheese. Located just […]
January 26, 2018

Eight ways to make the most of your 2018

January just might be the most hopeful month of the year. With last year in the past, a new year waits ahead like a blank slate […]
January 26, 2018

Photostory: Service Dogs

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January 26, 2018

Student Leadership Spotlight 1/26/18

January 26, 2018

Talkback 1/26/18

January 26, 2018

Campus weightlifters discuss lifestyle, benefits

Sweat dripping. Veins popping. Obnoxious grunts and a smelly gym. For many, weightlifting brings to mind men and women rippling with muscles who pump iron a […]
January 26, 2018

Ellenwood leads Bruins win with double-double

The men’s Bruins basketball team defeated their rivals the Pensacola Christian College Eagles during prime time on Friday night. The men’s team won the game 98-81 […]
January 26, 2018

Sports Column: Athlete communication evolves with technology

Through the course of the century, communication between athletes and the general public has evolved. For many years, the only access fans had to players was […]