Victoria Sanders

M&G serves community during renovation time

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The Museum & Gallery’s building may be temporarily closed, but that does not mean M&G will stop making an impact on people’s lives. M&G is planning many different events that are geared toward reaching out to the community and keeping the public engaged with the various works of art that M&G is proud to share.

Seniors to choose roommates, receive additional privileges

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Rising seniors can look forward to some exciting residence hall changes next year. Next fall, BJU will offer senior residence hall students the option of living in a “senior room,” which will come with a variety of privileges. Each room will house two seniors, and seniors will be able to choose their one roommate. While

Column – 4/14/17

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When I was 12, I learned that I had a deformity. My mandible, or lower jaw, was growing faster than my maxilla, upper jaw. As I reached high school, there was something noticeably wrong with my bite. This quickly became a huge insecurity for me. While the underbite was only subtly noticeable when I had

BJU hosts prayer breakfast in memory of Jacobs

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Bob Jones University hosted the inaugural Allen Jacobs Memorial Prayer Breakfast at 7 a.m. on March 16. More than 200 people attended the breakfast, with the majority being law enforcement officers. The breakfast was without charge for law enforcement officers, but other attendees sponsored tables. Randy Page, public relations director for BJU, said he was

Farmhouse Tacos brings organic variety to Greenville restaurants

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Travelers Rest welcomed a new farm-to-table restaurant, Farmhouse Tacos, to its busy Main Street in January. The restaurant’s mission is evident in their slogan, “Hand Crafted. Locally Sourced. Made with Love.” Farmhouse Tacos mainly serves tacos and quesadillas, but they also offer appetizers and a few larger dishes. Farmhouse Tacos prides itself in serving creative

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

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