Mrs. Bonney Block arrived at BJU as a freshman in the fall of 1972, taught at the Academy for 34 years, and now works as the supervisor of the periodicals department in Mack Library.
The Collegian staff asked various members of the university family for their top Christian living book recommendations for BJU students.
If society has lost some of its luster for you, perhaps it’s because you’re viewing it from the wrong angle.
When graphic designer Chris Barnhart came to Greenville to work on a seminary degree, he had no idea he would join the BJU art faculty full-time. . .
As BJU President Dr. Stephen Jones prepares to wrap up his nine years as president on May 9, he looks back on his experiences with fondness. . .
In the background of every exciting Bruins game, making sure that the fan and athlete experience is the best possible, is the sports information team.
If you manage a Facebook page, you’re aware of the challenge of reaching followers in the most effective way. We’ve faced this challenge in managing The Collegian’s Facebook page, and in the process, we’ve discovered what works and what misses the mark when attempting to reach our audience.
Valentine’s Day is a day to show how much we care about those we love, and what better way to do that than pick out a special gift that’s perfectly suited to that special someone? The Collegian staff has compiled a sampling of ideas to help you pick that perfect gift.
Couples tell their engagement stories.
Dr. Jim Berg of BJU’s seminary faculty has watched the addiction ministry Freedom That Lasts grow over the past three years from one church’s outreach to a wide-reaching ministry that helps individuals throughout South Carolina to overcome life-dominating sins.