Have you ever wanted to get away to a simpler time, where friends sat together on the back porch munching on popcorn, licking ice cream cones and sipping sodas?
It’s that wonderful time of year again when you can’t walk down the halls without seeing Christmas lights, tinsel, Christmas paper-wrapped doors or giant paper Christmas trees on the walls.
This November marks the 40th anniversary of the Founder’s Memorial Amphitorium, reminding us that the University has much to be thankful for. Here are just a few snapshots of the construction of the FMA and some of the events and people that this building has hosted.
Forty years ago this week, one of the most iconic and most frequently used buildings on campus was dedicated after two and a half years of construction.
Mr. Michael Slattery, one of Bob Jones University’s best-loved art teachers, died on Oct. 29, 2013, from cancer.
Thanksgiving break is only days away, so The Collegian would like to share what some of the faculty are particularly thankful for.
“Steamenstein.” “Bob Loblaw.” “McSteamy.”
The Collegian is proud to present the 79 BJU seniors who have been named as the 2013-14 Who’s Who recipients. Students who hold major offices on campus and who display exceptional leadership qualities are recognized for this prestigious institutional honor.
We all know that drinking orange juice gives you a Vitamin C boost, but what else can you eat or drink to build your immune system before you have to fend off a cold?
The Archives Research Center, located on the third floor of the Mack Library, is the hub of historical research and documentation regarding the history of BJU.