In a special ceremony on Friday, Sept. 19, the Bob Jones University Board of Trustees officially invested the duties of the office of the president upon Dr. Steve Pettit, the University’s fifth president and the first from outside the Jones family. The investiture was a major event for both the University and the Greenville community, with several higher education and government officials in attendance.
As the nation paused to remember the tragic events of Sept. 11, 2001, the student body at Bob Jones University did its part to ensure that America would not forget the day that changed the lives of so many forever.
Six a.m. The alarm goes off, and my hand immediately fumbles for the snooze button. I grab my phone to make sure I’ve got the right time, squinting in the light of the screen. It’s Monday morning. And the end of yet another way-too-short weekend.
Last week, The Collegian ran an article on what to do after midterm grades, and some of you are saying, “I’ve tried all that, and it’s not working. I think I just need to change my major.” But before making such a big decision, first consider a few suggestions.
Midterm grades were released this week, and whether you were disappointed or happy with your grades, we’ve assembled a few tips to help you achieve and maintain the grades you want by the end of the semester.