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Run the Race: 5K to give students chance to visualize chapel themes

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What better way is there to get rid of some stress, or perhaps some unwanted calories from stress-eating, than running a 5K? And you’ll have the perfect opportunity to do so April 25 at 9 a.m. The Student Leadership Council and Bruins Cross Country team are hosting a Run the Race 5K that will begin

White Rose: play follows brave student in WWII era

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Do you enjoy historical plays peppered with humor? Then come see White Rose, a play about a courageous woman during the time of WWII, which runs April 23 through May 1 at 7:30 p.m. with an extra 2 p.m. performance on Saturday in Performance Hall. Director John Cox, a senior theatre arts major, said this

Technology team travels to promote University

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Building a Lego robot in less than eight minutes is not a skill all college students can include in their repertoire, unless they’re on the technology team currently traveling for the University. According to Lisa Keith, the Admission supervisor overseeing recruitment with the traveling teams, this semester’s technology team is an all-girl team: Caroline Clater,

Skue: senior graphic design show to explore perspective

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Perspective. Everyone has it, but it will be challenged and expanded in the senior graphic design show, which will feature the 12 senior graphic designers’ finest work in branding, advertising, illustration, type design, Web design, software design and more. This year’s show will kick off with a display and reception in the Sargent Art Building

French professor receives prestigious award

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Félicitations are in order for Bruce Byers, a well-known French teacher at BJU, who recently won a prestigious award from  the South Carolina Foreign Language Teachers Association (SCFLTA). Byers, the head of the modern language and literature department, has recently been given a lifetime achievement award from the SCFLTA, in which he serves as a

Column: Capturing the present

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Some days as the semester wears on, and I’m eating my 12th bowl of Ramen in the dorm that week, my post-graduation future looks more and more appealing. The longer I’m in college, the more excited I become for the “real world.” I grow more and more eager for my ideal picture of a regular

Flashback: from Little Moby’s to the Snack Shop to The Den

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The space we know today as The Den has not always served Chick-fil-A and Papa John’s or had its current loft-like feel conducive to studying and relaxing. Over the years, this student space has changed  in a variety of ways, from its name and size to food choices and atmosphere. Recent renovations have transformed the

Flashback: campus dining, 1947-2015

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How would you like to eat a meal in the dining common where servers brought your food to the table, and you never had to wait in line? But there’s a catch. You have assigned seating and only 20 minutes to eat. Students today may not be thrilled about this idea, but it was an

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