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March Madness and making plans: trust God in this unpredictable life

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NCAA March Madness brings out the strategic planner in nearly every sports fan. Watching the games, analyzing the statistics and picking the teams, sports fanatics create their brackets. Once the games begin, so does the madness. Fans obsess over their brackets. Sports bettors go crazy during March Madness, strategically wagering on the 68 NCAA basketball

Column – 3/17/17

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Imagine living your life in pain. Every. Single. Day. Your muscles feel as if you had an intense workout the day before. Your neck, back, shoulders and hips ache. You get up in the morning from a sleepless night and have zero energy. Everyday tasks—getting dressed, making breakfast, washing dishes, feeding the dog—can be incredibly

Celebrating the 30th anniversary year of The Collegian

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Reading about campus events and student opinions in The Collegian is commonplace on a weekly basis today, but years ago BJU did not have a student-run newspaper.  This year marks the 30th  year of publication of the campus paper that has become such an integral part of BJU campus life. The newspaper originally began both

Student Body to end semester with laughs

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Do you like laughter? Do you like surprises? Do you like open seating? If you answered yes to any or all of the above, you will love the upcoming Student Body program. The Student Body program will be available for the BJU community’s viewing pleasure on Friday, April 29, at 11 a.m. in FMA. Margaret

Collegian staff honored at SCPA awards program

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The Collegian staff won a total of eight awards in the 2015 South Carolina Press Association’s Collegiate Annual News Contest, including third place for general excellence. The awards were announced at the annual collegiate meeting of the SCPA held April 8 in Aiken. The SCPA recognizes the best in South Carolina collegiate journalism. Collegiate staff

Spring Break 2016

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The students and faculty of BJU are looking forward to the University’s first ever spring break. Beginning after class Tuesday, March 22, and ending the night of March 28, spring break will give students an opportunity to spend time with family and friends. President Steve Pettit  said he is looking forward to spending spring break

Column

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  In high school, I fractured my right wrist during volleyball practice. My wrist healed nicely after the injury, but it’s never been quite the same. I can’t carry very heavy objects with my right hand. I can’t maneuver my wrist any way I would like. And I can’t play certain sports without my wrist protesting.

Don’t let your adviser be an underutilized resource

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Out of the many campus resources available to students, advisers are among the most important, yet the most underutilized. Mrs. Rebecca Weier, director of First-year Experience, said advisers can help students make their college years a success. “I think in college, [advisers] can help [students] by helping them make the most of the time that

Testimony Timeout: Marvell Lareche

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As a junior in a public high school in Marietta, Georgia, Marvell Lareche never imagined that in two years he would be playing soccer at Bob Jones University as a nursing major. But Lareche soon discovered that God had very different plans in store for his future. Lareche began playing soccer at a very young

Leadership workshop to highlight the power of introverts

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Kasey McClure, on behalf of the Center for Leadership Development, will show a TED Talk by Susan Cain on the power of introverts Feb. 24 at 4 p.m. in Levinson Hall. This topic was chosen for the leadership workshop by McClure, coordinator of student service and outreach. After watching Cain’s TED Talk and doing research

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