Kaitlyn Jackson

Column – 4/21/17

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I remember that moment so vividly. My heart was pounding and my palms were sweating. I knew it would be wrong, but I wanted to fit in—to blend in and to be like everyone else. I was 14, a freshman at the local public school in my hometown. I was sitting in drama class when

Journey to the past in The Trip to Bountiful

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BJU’s theatre arts department is preparing to transport audiences back in time to the 1950s on April 20-22 and 27-29 at 7:30 p.m. in Performance Hall with the production of The Trip to Bountiful. Audiences will be introduced to a woman near death named Carrie Watts who is on a journey—a journey from Houston, Texas,

BJU students perform Jubilate Deo in Chicago

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Bob Jones University musicians had the unique opportunity to host a Side-by-Side Midwest Music Festival in Chicago as well as perform Jubilate Deo in the Orchestra Hall this past weekend. The Bob Jones University Symphony Orchestra, directed by Dr. Michael Moore; the BJU Chorale, directed by Dr. Warren Cook; and Dr. Dan Turner, the director

Curriculum innovations enrich education

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Bob Jones University will be expanding academic options in the fall of 2017 by enabling students to double major or minor and by offering a new major called interdisciplinary studies. Dr. Doug Garland, who works in the Office of Planning, Research and Assessment, said these plans will be extremely beneficial to many students and their

Tax deadline approaches: 3 steps for tax success

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Taxes. That one word has the power to evoke different feelings in different people—excitement, dread or maybe heartburn. Many Americans scramble to file their taxes on time, praying they don’t make any catastrophic mistakes in the process. But what about students? With Tuesday, April 18—the tax deadline—fast approaching, how can students be most successful with

Science students present cancer research in Columbia

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Paige Heiple and Lauren Watts, senior BJU students, presented a research project at Southeastern Undergraduate Research Conference in Columbia, S.C., on Jan. 27 and 28. Their report was one of only 12 oral presentations out of the 62 teams attending SURC. Heiple and Watts, both biochemistry and molecular biology majors, presented their findings on the

Column – 3/3/17

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Can I be brutally honest? Life hurts. Sometimes we pretend it doesn’t. We paste a smile on our face and go about daily tasks with the pain silently locked inside. Only God sees the bleeding of our hearts. But are we meant to grieve alone? Is pain supposed to be hidden? My family is broken.

FINDING AN INTERNSHIP

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For certain majors, internships are required for graduation. Internships can be done for academic credit or for the benefit of experience, but for some, the process of locating and applying for internship positions may seem overwhelming. Jane Smith, director of the Center for Advising and Career Services, is ready and willing to help students looking

Students put knowledge to work at internships

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Sarah Manly, a senior accounting major, works with web management, corrects documentation, writes how-to processes and completes other projects at Jervey Eye Group. Before this semester, she had no experience with web management, but Jervey Eye Group has given Manly the opportunity to work in an area with which she was previously unfamiliar. “It’s really

Biscuit Head puts spin on traditional Southern biscuits

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Biscuit Head, located on Church Street in Greenville, strives to serve patrons a delicious Southern breakfast under the direction of Jason and Carolyn Roy, a husband and wife team who are passionate about Southern cooking and strongly believe in the benefits of local produce. Biscuit Head, with two locations in Asheville as well as the

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