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Almost everyone chooses when to wake up, what and when to eat, what to wear and whom to associate with. Variations occur when boundaries and stipulations are in place, but ultimately everyone chooses who to be and what to look like to the world. “The choice is yours,” “make your own choice” and “follow your

Chicken Salad Chick menu offers variety from typical college fare

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College students grow tired of typical burgers, fries and pepperoni pizza. Maybe it’s time for something different and fresh—chicken salad. Chicken Salad Chick, with its chic décor and vibrant colors, fits snuggly in the center of a strip mall on Augusta Road, just 12 minutes from campus, as well as at a new location on

Homecoming encourages involvement

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During this Homecoming weekend, many events have been planned to bring current stu- dents, faculty and staff, and alumni together as one. One of these planned events is the Bruin Nation 5K. Formerly known as the Turkey Bowl Run, the Bruin Nation 5K is expected to draw be- tween 300 and 400 runners to the

Faculty Spotlight: Janiece Binns and Katherine Wampole

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Janiece Binns and Katherine Wampole, new assistant professors in the Division of Nursing, have very different backgrounds, but they share a similar passion for teaching nursing. Janiece Binns As a Greenville resident, former BJA student, and 2010 BJU graduate, Janiece Binns is more than familiar with BJU. Binns, now an assistant professor in the Division

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