Ian Dyke

Column – 4/28/17

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“Death is a great price to pay for a red rose,” the nightingale said. “Yet love is better than life, and what is the heart of a bird compared to the heart of a man?” I first read Oscar Wilde’s “The Nightingale and the Rose” as a senior in high school. The story immediately captivated

Senior writes, composes, produces short musical

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A BJU senior theatre arts major, Colton Beach, is spending his last semester of college producing his own one-act musical along with a small cast and crew. Mutually Exclusive: A One Act Musical premiers Friday at The Spinning Jenny in Greer with show times at 5 and 7:30 p.m. Tickets can be purchased for $7

Freshman floors to expand after successful year

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When the initial reports of freshman floors were confirmed last spring, no one knew what to expect. The change was an entirely new precedent for the residence halls that had never seen an all-freshmen floor. From anecdotal testimony and preliminary data, both the men’s and women’s floors seem to have been successful. So much so

Lanier presents gift in memory of society brother

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Amid the mass of service projects, one act of kindness hit particularly close to campus. Most residence hall students know Janice Guth, a cashier at the Dining Common, for the signature Hawaiian shirt she sports every Friday. But students might not know that her shirt is a memorial to her son John Guth, a former

The Savior’s Call

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Dramatic lighting, moving music and actors layered in makeup—Living Gallery returns to BJU April 13-15 with performances at 4:30 and 8 p.m. on Thursday, Friday and Saturday and an additional 2 p.m. performance on Saturday. The annual tradition has become a staple in Greenville, drawing crowds from throughout the Southeast. This year’s performance, The Savior’s

BJU secures tax-exempt status after 34 years

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“When I came here as president and I met with our cabinet in our first meeting, I made it very clear where I stood on the race issue,” President Steve Pettit said Wednesday, Feb. 15, during the 2017 Bible Conference. “And so I decided at that time we were going to seek back our tax-exempt status

The Funnel Cake House features carnival-style food

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Located on North Pleasantburg Drive across the bridge behind the women’s residence halls, the newly opened The Funnel Cake House serves a variety of traditional carnival-type foods as well as café drinks. As the name implies, funnel cake holds a central place at The Funnel Cake House. House-favorite funnel cakes come in two sizes—“baby” for

Jubilate!

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Bob Jones University will present Jubilate!, the second of four Artist Series events this semester, on March 2 at 8 p.m. Directed by Dr. Warren Cook, over 250 voices from five campus choirs and two guest choirs will fill the FMA stage along with the BJU Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Dr. Michael Moore. In addition

Students face poverty struggles firsthand

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The University Educators Association recently hosted a unique poverty simulation that gave students and faculty a firsthand look at the pressures and realities associated with living in poverty. The simulation held on campus on Feb. 4 included students from BJU and nearby Anderson University. Dr. Julie Hartman, professor of education and UEA faculty sponsor, served

M&G closes temporarily, Heritage Green permanently

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On Jan. 27, Bob Jones University announced via a press release that both Museum & Gallery locations will be closing this February. While the downtown location Heritage Green closed permanently Saturday, Feb. 4, the main on-campus location will close for renovations on Feb. 18. The University estimates the renovations to the M&G building (one of

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