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Lights! Camera! Action! Cinema department to host showcase

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The University family is invited to enjoy the product of hundreds of hours of creativity and dedication as the cinema department showcases film projects produced by the faculty and students in a premiere titled “Storytelling with Film” tonight at 7 in Stratton Hall. The theme, “Synergy,” refers to “one thing working together with another” and

Bagels for lunch? Greenfield’s offers New York Style bagels for breakfast and lunch

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Hidden away in a Laurens Road shopping center, Greenfield’s Bagels and Deli offers delicious bagels for breakfast and lunch seven days a week. This deli offers a delicious variety of bagel flavors that include cinnamon, chocolate chip, blueberry, cheese or spinach, topped with your favorite spread. Although bagels are the specialty of this deli, lunch

Column: In the midst of your hurt, remember Christ’s sufferings

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Just a few blocks from my home in urban California lies a cemetery in Fairhaven Memorial Park—home to grand monuments, mausoleums and tombstones. But the tombstone that has the greatest impact for me is not the grandest, but the simplest—lying toward the back of the park and overshadowed by a large tree with a single

CSC builds bridges between BJU and community

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The Community Service Council is a group of students who work together to plan and carry out volunteer events in the Greenville community. From Special Olympics to helping out in cleanup projects and local public school events, the CSC impacts the community in a variety of ways. “CSC events are a great opportunity to invest

Start working now to land a career-boosting summer internship

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What are some thoughts that come to your mind when you think about summer? Freedom? Sleep? Late nights? But what about productivity or internships? Dr. Heidi Campbell, a journalism and mass communication faculty member, said, “Summer internships are great because students are not constrained by academic schedules and have more freedom to work longer hours.”

Love and Laughter brings romantic comedy to BJU

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Love and Laughter is a Valentine’s weekend treat that features two short romantic comedies on stage in Rodeheaver Auditorium, Feb. 13 and 14 at 7:30 p.m. The plays that will be performed are written by two of the best playwrights of the modern era—Anton Chekhov of Russia and Horton Foote of America, said Ron Pyle,

Column: Anhedonia

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What would you rather do? A) Spend a day in the most luxurious vacation spot in all of Hawaii, or B) Spend the day at home? I think most of us would take the Hawaii option in a heartbeat. Why? Because it’s more fun. It’s new. It’s exciting. So you fly to Maui and taxi

BJU students give back, reach out to community this Christmas season

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Focusing on others during the hustle and bustle of the Christmas season can easily slip to the bottom of your priority list amid the rush of final exams, project deadlines and last-minute cram sessions. But remember that the season of exams, parties, food, friends and family is also the season of giving. And you can

Social media provides connections, job opportunities for students

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If you think the only purpose of social media is to check on “friends” and post your latest “selfie,” think again. In the age of technology, networking in the professional world is no longer limited to conferences and the exchange of business cards. LinkedIn, a business-oriented social networking service, offers advanced ways to build connections

Loving, serving, living: discipleship groups foster healthy relationships

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What you choose to do with an hour and 15 minutes each week during discipleship group has the potential to change someone’s life in a positive way. Will you rise to the challenge and engage with your group members or will you zone out and give the bare minimum input? Dr. Steven Pettit, president of

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