Elisa Crawley

Petrichor: interior design brings rain to drought

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Opened on Feb. 11, the Interior Design department hosted its second annual senior exhibition, titled Petrichor, which focuses on well-crafted interior design. The team’s Facebook event page explains that “Petrichor is the smell of the earth after rain. Design is all around us, and in this show exhibition you will see the importance of the

The Church and the Battle for Biblical Creation

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BJU’s Seminary will host a conference titled “The Church and the Battle for Biblical Creation” beginning Monday evening and continuing throughout the day on  Tuesday. Featuring guest speaker Ken Ham along with BJU professors, the seminary conference will go deeper into the topic of Young Earth Creationism with a focus on its implications in science, 

Afghan Cuisine at Aryana adds downtown diversity

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Located on East Coffee Street downtown, Greenville’s first and only Afghan restaurant is about a 10-minute drive from the BJU campus. Aryana Afghan Cuisine opened about three months ago on Nov. 4 but has already made it to No. 5 on Yelp’s 10 Best Restaurants in Greenville. The owner of the self-described cafeteria-style restaurant, Nelo

Chuy’s blends borders with Tex-Mex cuisine

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Located on Woodruff Road in Greenville, Chuy’s is a Tex-Mex restaurant that has won the hearts of the greater Greenville area. On a Saturday night at prime time, customers can find waits as long as two hours although the weekdays promise a shorter wait. Chuy’s started in 1982 in Austin, Texas, in an abandoned Texas

Column – 11/18/16

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Sometimes people like to tell me about Mozart, the genius who started composing musical pieces at the age of 5. Which is true. He would sit at the piano and play while his father would copy his new pieces down. When he was 5, he wrote three pieces within a few weeks. I am pretty

Little Women brings Broadway musical to BJU

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Bob Jones University will present Little Women: the Broadway Musical, running from Nov. 17 to 19. Little Women: the Broadway Musical is directed by Dr. Darren Lawson, the dean of the School of Fine Arts and Communication. For a while, Lawson has thought that it would be nice to do something other than an opera

Language halls create immersive experience

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This year, for the first time in BJU history, the University has introduced language halls. Last year, in a meeting held by Dr. Jeremy Patterson, chair of the Division of Modern Language and Literature, students were told that BJU was looking for a way to push the boundaries of language education out of the textbook

BJU presidential heritage: shaping campus for 90 years

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As seen in the Heritage Day video, the path of Bob Jones University has been uniquely sculpted by each of its five presidents. Dr. Bob Jones Sr., Dr. Bob Jones Jr., Dr. Bob Jones III, Stephen Jones and Steve Pettit each have shaped the University in different ways. Bob Jones Sr. was born in Alabama

The Man Who Came to Dinner to provide comic relief

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The Man Who Came to Dinner, a classic addition to modern American theater, is coming to Bob Jones University. This three-act comedy originally debuted in New York City in 1939 and was performed more than 700 times in just one theater. Imagine if your worst house guest got stranded at your home for several days.

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My name is Elisa Crawley, and I am a foreigner. An immigrant. My family left the coastal beauty of Belfast, Northern Ireland, for the hip metropolis of Boston, Massachusetts, when I was only 3 years old. I always wish my accent hadn’t slipped away so quickly. My heritage provided a moment of bonding when I

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