Luke McCormick

Collegian claims 13 awards for year’s excellence

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The Collegian staff received 13 awards during the South Carolina Press Association’s annual meetings and awards presentation Friday, including third place for the paper’s general excellence. Staff of The Collegian, Clemson’s The Tiger, USC’s The Daily Gamecock and others attended the meetings hosted by Francis Marion University in Florence. The SCPA represents 13 collegiate newspapers

Commencement Contests showcase talent

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University students are displaying their talents and skills in the final weeks of the semester through the annual Commencement Contests. The competitions, held by the School of Fine Arts and Communication, start earlier in the spring semester. The competition winners are announced at the end of each academic year. Students in the competitions create artwork

Symposium raises human trafficking awareness

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More than 40 representatives from BJU attended a human trafficking symposium Friday, April 7, including students and faculty from several academic programs including health sciences, criminal justice, biblical counseling and nursing. Staff from Student Life also attended. Hosted by the Bon Secours St. Francis Health System at the Kroc Center in downtown Greenville, the symposium

Treat your taste buds with Tropical Smoothie Café

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The Greenville area now boasts its first Tropical Smoothie Café, and the café has arrived just in time to meet the energy needs of students preparing for the last few weeks of the semester and final exams. Tropical Smoothie Café is located at 1118 Woodruff Road in the shopping center with Trader Joe’s. According to

School of Religion changes broaden student options

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The School of Religion will be restructured this fall to include a fifth major, concentrations, a Bible minor and access to ministry training for students of many academic programs. Neal Cushman, professor in the Seminary and Graduate School of Religion, said the changes would make the School of Religion more streamlined, rigorous and relevant to

Robotics team constructs, reconfigures 3 Robots

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The BJU robotics team will present two robots—Lazarus and Bruin 2—at the Intelligent Ground Vehicle Competition in Rochester, Michigan, from June 2 to 5. Fleet Belknap, freshman engineering student and team member, said the robot Lazarus will navigate between white lines and barrels using GPS waypoints to navigate to an end destination. Lazarus is a

Venice

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University chancellor Dr. Bob Jones III will perform the role of Shylock, moneylender and chief antagonist in Shakespeare’s play The Merchant of Venice, in three performances Thursday, Friday and Saturday in Rodeheaver Auditorium. The play is directed by Jeff Stegall of the theatre arts department who will also play the role of Antonio.  According to

Caffeine: friend or foe? find a healthy balance

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Whether it’s a Cuppa Jones coffee in the morning or a soft drink from a vending machine on the way to class, caffeine is a popular stimulant on campus. But how much caffeine should we be consuming and from what should we be consuming it? Melanie Schell, nutrition expert and BJU professor in the department

Column – 2/23/17

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“Whereas ye know not what shall be on the morrow. For what is your life? It is even a vapour, that appeareth for a little time, and then vanisheth away.” I have given a great deal of thought to these words from the book of James recently. It is not always easy as a college student to think the

Willy Taco brings Tex Mex flavor to former Feed & Seed

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Are you hungry for delicious food and fulfilling atmosphere? Willy Taco Feed & Seed is a new and vibrant Tex Mex restaurant near downtown Greenville. Willy Taco, located on the corner of Washington and Laurens roads in Greenville, is only a six-minute drive from campus. Willy Taco is a sit-down restaurant with table service. During

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