Victoria Sanders

Students to volunteer for women’s crisis center

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BJU students have a unique opportunity to contribute to the fight for life by volunteering for the 2017 Fundraising Banquet for Life on March 9, an annual event held by the Piedmont Women’s Center. The Piedmont Women’s Center is a women’s crisis center that offers reproductive healthcare in the Upstate. The banquet is an annual

Column – 2/17/17

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I used to find my identity in my introversion. I was naturally shy in high school, and I needed something unique to set me apart in high school when my personality had not fully developed and I was insecure. I thought that introversion would be what set me apart, that it made me creative and

Genesis and the Gospel: Creation Education Conference

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A special one-day educational conference focusing on creation and planned for Christian high school and homeschooled students will be held on campus Monday. The conference, titled “Genesis and the Gospel,” will feature Ken Ham, who will also speak Tuesday at BJU’s Seminary Conference “The Church and the Battle for Biblical Creation” and also  during the

Jī-Rōz: authentic fresh Greek food

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Jī-Rōz A Greek Joint, an exclusive farm to table Greek restaurant, recently opened on Jan. 4, adding yet another dimension to Greenville’s restaurant diversity. Jī-Rōz (pronounced “gyros”) features authentic Greek food like gyros, Greek skewers or rotisserie chicken. The menu includes traditional Greek food such as pastichio, a Greek casserole, or άρνι’ κοκκινιστό, a lamb

Wiesenthal: The Jewish James Bond

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The story of Simon Wiesenthal, the Holocaust survivor whose efforts led to the arrest of more than 1,100 Nazi war criminals, came to Rodeheaver Auditorium Thursday at 8 p.m. and will be presented again tonight at the same time. The play Wiesenthal is the first Artist Series program of the 2017 spring semester at Bob

Finals week: eat, sleep, study, repeat

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With finals just around the corner, students feel the pressure of college. Finals can be worth many points and oftentimes can dramatically improve, or damage, semester grades. But, as with anything else, some helpful tips and tricks can ensure that the material studied will stick. Perhaps the most important tip that can be offered is

TURKEY BOWL – GAME AND FESTIVITIES

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On Nov. 19, students will be able to take a break and enjoy this year’s Turkey Bowl game and festivities. The student Fall Festival, part of the Turkey Bowl fun, is organized by ISC directors Will Peek and Bethany Davis with the help of the Inter Society Executive Council. Pregame activities, including the entrance of

Trump shocks nation with sweeping win

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After over a year of campaigning and non-stop polls, Election Day finally arrived and proclaimed Donald Trump the victor. Before election day, polls showed Clinton with a strong lead, but as votes came in these polls were quickly proven wrong. Trump went on to take the battle ground states of Florida, North Carolina, Ohio and

Makers Market to feature and sell handcrafted art

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The Museum & Gallery Makers Market will be held  Saturday during BJU’s 2016 Homecoming weekend. This is a free event that is open to everyone—students, alumni and their families, and the public. Makers Market will be located in the Museum & Gallery’s three largest showrooms. The Makers Market will show a wide variety of different

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As human beings, we like to pride ourselves on being innovative. We like to pride ourselves on how far we have come as a society and how many primitive ideas we’ve left behind. No human element is more receptive of praise for its modernization than science. Through science, we have discovered how to prevent illness

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