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March 31, 2017

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

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 […]
March 17, 2017

Column – 3/17/17

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 […]
September 15, 2016

Celebrating the 30th anniversary year of The Collegian

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 […]
April 29, 2016

Student Body to end semester with laughs

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 […]
April 15, 2016

Collegian staff honored at SCPA awards program

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. […]
March 18, 2016

Spring Break 2016

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 […]
March 11, 2016

Column

  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 […]
March 4, 2016

Don’t let your adviser be an underutilized resource

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, […]
February 26, 2016

Testimony Timeout: Marvell Lareche

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 […]
February 21, 2016

Leadership workshop to highlight the power of introverts

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 […]
February 12, 2016

Student Voice: Body Image vs. God’s Image

When you hear the word “Barbie,” what comes to mind? If you’re like most of us, you probably imagine a tall, skinny-as-a-rail, flawlessly-skinned, blonde girl wearing […]
February 5, 2016

BJU unveils Center for Global Opportunities

The goal for this year’s Bible Conference is to raise $150,000 toward the building of a Center for Global Opportunities that will connect the BJU community […]
January 29, 2016

Design shows: just the tip of the iceberg

As the 2016 spring semester begins at BJU, many students are anticipating graduation day. While awaiting that big day, seniors majoring in interior design, studio art, […]
December 15, 2015

‘Tis the season for making memories

Many people believe the myth that money buys happiness, especially during the holiday season. But the greatest gifts of Christmas aren’t the ones found under the […]
November 20, 2015

Black Friday shopping: madness or memories?

Black Friday—the unofficial holiday that comes right after the food-filled national holiday known as Thanksgiving—is either loved, hated, anticipated or dreaded by Americans across the country. […]
November 13, 2015

Multitasking with technology affects concentration

Many students turn to technology in the classroom to send a quick text or email thinking they are multitasking. Other students welcome the distraction of technology […]
October 16, 2015

Column

Burnt out. Those two words probably describe the way most of us are feeling or are about to feel at this point in the semester. By […]
October 9, 2015

Ministry class launches new vision

A summer of prayer by Dr. Nathan Crockett and his discussion with pastors has led to the launch of a five-fold vision for the ministry class. […]
September 25, 2015

Jeremy Patterson named new chair of language division

As a college freshman at Bob Jones University, a young Jeremy Patterson never would have imagined himself becoming the chair of the Division of Modern Language […]