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Student Body to end semester with laughs

Do you like laughter? Do you like surprises? Do you like open seating? If you answered yes to any or all of the above, you will love the upcoming Student Body program. The Student Body program will be available for the BJU community’s viewing pleasure on Friday, April 29, at 11 a.m. in FMA. Margaret

Photo of the 2013 legacy breakfast. Photo by Derek Eckenroth

Legacy Ceremony honors the family tradition of BJU

The annual Alumni Legacy Ceremony & Reception is a special occasion honoring graduating students who have at least one parent who has also graduated from BJU. This year’s ceremony will be held on Thursday, May 5, immediately following the baccalaureate service. Students who attend the ceremony will receive a medallion to wear on the day

Criminal Justice  Challenge Coin Presentation Ceremony. Photo by Derek Eckenroth, 2015

Criminal justice challenge coin to honor criminal justice students

The criminal justice department will host its annual challenge coin ceremony May 5 at 4 p.m. in Levinson Hall. Typically issued by the military and law enforcement, challenge coins are issued to distinguish and give honor. “Law enforcement agencies throughout the country produce challenge coins as tokens of the professionalism and pride of their respective

Language halls to encourage fluency

Next semester, BJU’s Division of Modern Language and Literature will be introducing language halls, a language immersion program. Language halls are discipleship groups in which participating students may only speak the language they are studying. Students will be placed in residence halls with other students and native speakers of their chosen language, and must communicate

Senior cinema film premiere to showcase senior films

Bob Jones University’s  cinema department will host the annual senior cinema movie premiere April 30 in Stratton Hall. The event will feature six films produced by six senior cinema production majors: Ryan Holmes, Craig Vietti, Rachel Madeira, Andrew Uibel, Danielle Wunker and John Reese. The films, which range from eight to 12 minutes in length,

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Baccalaureate service to challenge grads

On May 5, the evening before Commencement, BJU will hold its baccalaureate service honoring the graduates of 2016. Although scheduling has changed over the years, the baccalaureate service continues to be a bookend to the opening ceremony at the beginning of each school year. Commencement is the ultimate conclusion of the school year, but the

Personal Evangelism Week 2016

BJU’s annual Personal Evangelism Week held April 25 to 28 will cover the topic of “Reaching our World through Relational Evangelism” with chapel messages from Jeff Musgrave. Musgrave started out as a pastor with a heart for missions. His passion for evangelism continued to evolve into what is called the Exchange, an organization that supplies

A promo video for the Student Leadership Banquet is being shot.

SLC Leadership Banquet to honor student leaders

This year’s red-carpet Leadership Gala will reward BJU’s student leaders with plenty of glamour and VIP treatment. The student leadership banquet will be held on April 16, at the Hyatt Hotel in downtown Greenville. Margaret Stegall, women’s Inter Society Council director and junior journalism and mass communication student, asked if she could assist in coordinating

Shot of Dave schadel interviewing Paula Watts, a Transitions advisor for BJU.

Lights, camera, busted! Look closer at the Dave Schaedel Show

“How do you pronounce the name of the upcoming Italian opera?” “On a scale from Voldemort to Pepe le Pew, how romantic are you?” If you’ve heard these questions, or questions like them, chances are you’ve been watching the Dave Schaedel Show, BJU’s very own, student-produced take on a late-night TV show. Chelsea Moss, a

Collegian staff honored at SCPA awards program

The Collegian staff won a total of eight awards in the 2015 South Carolina Press Association’s Collegiate Annual News Contest, including third place for general excellence. The awards were announced at the annual collegiate meeting of the SCPA held April 8 in Aiken. The SCPA recognizes the best in South Carolina collegiate journalism. Collegiate staff

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