Sherlyn Luce

Commencement week to honor graduates

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Nurses Pinning Ceremony Thursday, May 7, 2 p.m. The Nurses Pinning Ceremony will be held in Rodeheaver Auditorium Thursday at 2 p.m. A reception in honor of the graduates will be held at the gazebo following the event and will be open to everyone who attended the ceremony. Additionally, graduates will be standing to greet

Banquet to honor over 200 student leaders at BJU

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The Student Leadership Banquet to honor BJU’s student leaders will be held Saturday at 6:30 p.m. at the Hyatt Regency in downtown Greenville. Matthew Weathers, student leadership coordinator, said the Center for Leadership Development plans the banquet for student leaders who fill volunteer positions that take a lot of time and effort throughout the academic

BJU hosts SCPA Collegiate Meeting, The Collegian staff wins 15 awards

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On Friday, April 10, Bob Jones University hosted the South Carolina Press Association Collegiate Meeting and Awards Presentation in Levinson Hall. Students and staff from The Collegian at BJU and other colleges in South Carolina attended the meeting. The meeting had three main sessions. Josh Awtry, editor of The Greenville News and Asheville Citizen-Times, spoke

BJU rolls out welcome mat for AACS visitors

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Over 1,500 visitors from Christian schools across the nation will arrive on campus  this Tuesday through Thursday for the American Association of Christian Schools national competition. They will compete in five different areas: music, speech, art, academics and Bible. While the increase in the campus population may make the dining common a little more crowded

Team IMPACT uses martial arts to share the Gospel

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Team Impact is a martial arts demonstration group run by six BJU students whose ministry has two goals: to perform martial arts routines and to present the Gospel. Team Impact performs at community centers and youth events as a free attraction that is used by pastors and ministry groups to bring people in contact with

Column: Asking questions

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We’ve all been in this situation: you’re sitting in class and paying attention to what the teacher is saying, when all of a sudden a thought pops into your head and a question forms. You think about raising your hand, but then think of a million reasons not to: it’s not that important, it’s a

Bible Conference 2015

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Bible Conference 2015 will be held Monday through Friday next week and will feature a theme: “He comes in the storm,” taken from Mark 6. Many of the messages will deal with themes such as how God works and comforts during difficult times and trials. Karissa Moeller, a freshman biblical counseling major, said the theme

Undergrad summer classes to make the switch to online

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Registration for summer classes is just around the corner, but one thing is different about BJU’s summer school this year. Beginning this summer, all undergrad classes offered for the summer will be online. With the decline of undergraduate students enrolling in summer classes on campus and the growing interest in taking classes online, all of

African-American students share their BJU experiences

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In honor of Black History Month and in remembrance of how far our nation and university have come concerning the issues of race and equality, we interviewed four African-American students and asked them to share about their education experience at Bob Jones University. The four students come from a variety of backgrounds, but through different

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