Pictures, ticket stubs and old letters all tell stories — but what if we had something more to help us remember the way our ordinary college days felt?
It’s more than just a picture: How BJU’s Photo Services creatively promotes the University through the art of photography
We’ve seen the “Photo of the Day” displayed by the projectors in the FMA, and we’ve no doubt marveled at our copies of the Vintage at the close of each academic year.
Representatives from 60 Christian schools will be on campus Monday and Tuesday evening in the Riley Reception Room to recruit teachers for the upcoming school year.
What is more precious than gold but cannot be bought, earned or saved? The more you have of it, the less treasured it is, and no matter how much of it we get, we always end up wanting more.
Artist Series to bring C.S. Lewis novel to life: McLean to act and direct Screwtape Letters performance
Audiences will receive a glimpse into the mind of fictional demons in upcoming performances of Lewis’s book The Screwtape Letters Tuesday through Thursday at 8 p.m. in Rodeheaver Auditorium.
University Ski Trip, Vespers: “Break the Knot”
For many BJU faculty members, the holiday season not only gives them the opportunity to outfit their homes with the standard Christmas trees and stockings, but it also allows them the chance to decorate with a specific purpose in mind: to reflect the true meaning of Christmas. In addition to a traditional Christmas tree, Dr.
Regardless of country, culture or era, people have always loved a good story.
“I wish I’d never been born!” This dramatic exclamation from fictional character George Bailey is what the plot of It’s a Wonderful Life is built around.
Daylight Saving Time Sunday, 2 a.m. Daylight saving time ends on Sunday at 2 a.m., so be sure to set your clocks and wristwatches back one hour before going to sleep Saturday. University Singers Concert Monday, 5 p.m., Stratton Hall Under the direction of Dr. Eli Yanson Jr., the University Singers, BJU’s all-freshman choir, will