Victoria Sanders

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

Column

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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

Southern Pressed Juicery brings healthy to Greenville

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Healthy is in. Pictures of green smoothies and yogurt bowls are scattered across social media. Juiceries have taken cities by storm, and Greenville is no exception. Right off  North Main Street on West Washington Street lies Southern Pressed Juicery, a small locally-owned restaurant full of bright greens and warm wooden browns. A small fridge to

Swamp Angels: BJC’s beginning of intercollegiate teams

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In 1928, a year after opening its doors to students, Bob Jones College decided to implement intercollegiate sports as a way to share the Gospel and give students an athletic outlet. The College was located in the swampy area of College Point, Florida, which was the inspiration for the team’s name—the Swamp Angels. The various

Greenville mayor discusses strong relationship with BJU

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Falls Park, Spill the Beans, Mast General Store and The Marble Slab—there is almost a guarantee that students from Bob Jones University will be found roaming these numerous downtown Greenville hot spots. But at The University’s Opening Exercises, thousands of students briefly pondered a Greenville devoid of their favorite coffee shops and study nooks as

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