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Scholastic Bowl Finals: Sigma Kappa Rho v. Bryan

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Fierce competition often implies rough contact sports, but the annual BJU Scholastic Bowl gives students an opportunity to compete fiercely using only their minds. This year, Sigma Kappa Rho is headed back to the finals, along with the Bryan Bears, in Lecture B on April 21 at 7 p.m. The Scholastic Bowl, a BJU tradition,

Students learn leadership skills through outdoor experience

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The Center for Leadership Development will host its second Outdoor Leadership Experience May 10-15 with a four-day, three-night hike through the Foothills trail that runs across the Carolinas. Led by Dr. Ryan Meers, director of the Center for Leadership Development and chair of the Division of Communication, along with assistants Mr. Matthew Weathers and Mr.

Casual café in downtown Travelers Rest features Southern food, small-town feel

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Travelers Rest, located just 15 minutes from Greenville, has become a hub of activity and culinary adventures, and the Café at Williams Hardware was a leader in the renovation of its downtown. Sisters Nancy and Joyce McCarrell, owners of the Café, have lived in Travelers Rest their whole lives and started the café in an

Column: Saying “no” to the good things and “yes” to the best

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Yes. We say “yes” a lot.  Yes, I can work tomorrow. Yes, I’ll do that project. Yes, let’s do dinner. Yes, we can study together. Yes, I’ll take you to the doctor. Yes, we’re OK. Relationships require yeses, and success requires yeses. But what if we learned to say “no” to the good so that

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