Matthew. Not the name. But the category five hurricane that ripped through the Caribbean up through the Southeast of the United States. With winds up to 107 mph, rainfall up to 17.49 inches and flooding across North and South Carolina and Haiti, many lives were affected by Matthew. At least 43 U.S. lives stepped into
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
Among the string of events happening this Homecoming, the Bruins Family Game Show is a must-see for students and visiting alumni. The show will take place tonight at 8 in Stratton Hall. The event is free to all on a first-come basis. Organized by the Welcome Center staff, the Bruins Family Game Show will include
Finals were over and summer had officially begun. Unlike many of my friends, I wasn’t heading off to counsel at a camp or fly overseas on a mission trip. I was staying at home and working. However, ministry was in my summer plans. The place I work is focused on ministry—a Christian music publishing company.
Located on the first floor of Barge Memorial Hospital, the Cancer Research Lab serves as a valuable resource for biology students. During the school year, students in the cell biology track write and execute research grant proposals for the course, Independent Study. During the summer, students who participate in the cancer research program, Research Immersion
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