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Students volunteer for a CSC event at Conestee Park’s Get Out Greenville celebration last October.  Photo: Submitted
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The men’s residence halls in 1959 (top) and the  women’s residence halls in 1973 (bottom). Photos: Archives

Flashback: a history of the BJU residence halls

Over their 60-plus years of existence, the current BJU residence halls’ exteriors have remained mostly the same. But inside, life has changed dramatically as generations of new students have cycled through the nine yellow-bricked BJU residence halls: Brokenshire, Creel, Gaston, Ironside, Johnson, Mack, Reveal, Siddons and Smith. When the University moved from Tennessee to South Carolina

Senior Kaitlin Unruh edits video clips at her internship with the Greenville Road Warriors. Photo: Tatiana Bento

Start working now to land a career-boosting summer internship

What are some thoughts that come to your mind when you think about summer? Freedom? Sleep? Late nights? But what about productivity or internships? Dr. Heidi Campbell, a journalism and mass communication faculty member, said, “Summer internships are great because students are not constrained by academic schedules and have more freedom to work longer hours.”

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