Nathan Pittack

BJU Robotics Team prepares for international competition

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The BJU Robotics Team will compete in the international Intelligent Ground Vehicle Competition (IGVC) June 5-8 at Oakland University in Rochester, Michigan. Consisting of four engineering and information technology students, the BJU Robotics Team began five years ago under the direction of Dr. Bill Lovegrove, head of the department of physics and engineering. Meeting every

Conference to rally students to win souls

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During the week before final exams each spring, Bob Jones University’s chapel pulpit resounds with testimonies and admonitions to a student body who will soon disperse across the globe with the message of the Gospel. This year’s soulwinning conference will take place April 27-30, and the conference’s goal is to remind students and faculty that

Students minister through music at juvenile detention center

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If you walk through the Fine Arts Building after 5 p.m. on a weekday, your ears will be filled with the sounds of the musical talents of your fellow BJU students. And some of these students are using their musical talents to witness to the lost at the Greenville Juvenile Detention Center. The detention center

Marimbas and more: Percussion ensemble to perform concert

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What do you think about when you hear the words “percussion ensemble?” Do you picture a group of people just hitting and tapping objects? Maybe you think of repetitious pounding noises and too-loud drum beats. Think again. The BJU Percussion Ensemble’s concert tonight at 5 p.m. in Stratton Hall will challenge your perception of percussion

Living Gallery to focus on Jesus’ earthly ministry

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This year’s Living Gallery, a BJU Easter tradition that combines beautiful religious artwork, music and drama into one cohesive performance, will take place April 2, 3 and 4 at 4:30 and 7:30 p.m., with an extra showing at 2 p.m. on April 4, in Rodeheaver Auditorium. Living Gallery takes artwork from BJU’s Museum & Gallery,

New Animal Behavior class: why do animals do what they do?

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Have you ever wondered why crickets chirp at night? What about how dolphins are trained to do tricks? If so, you might be interested in the new zoology and wildlife class, Animal Behavior, taught for the first time this semester by associate biology professor Dr. Chris Carmichael. Carmichael, who said he has had a love

Downtown cafe offers flavorful Indian cuisine

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Nestled in the heart of Main Street in downtown Greenville, Handi offers fine Indian cuisine for hungry and adventurous passersby. Named for an Indian word meaning a round, earthen cooking pot, Handi was established in 2007 by Sukhdev Bhanot and his family. Their goal was to introduce authentic Indian food to Greenville, and so they

BJU faculty and staff members start board game company

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The products of a new board game company will soon line the shelves, courtesy of several BJU faculty and staff members. BJU graduate Mr. Will Meadows, creative director at BJU’s Marketing Communications, and Mr. Ryan Pilz from BJU Press’s Strategic Innovation Research Office have teamed up with Mr. Chris Rawlings, an associate professor in the

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