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Home school produces well-rounded students at BJU

     If you’re a BJU student reading this article, then there’s a high chance that you were home-schooled. Currently, homeschool graduates make up 34 percent of the entire student body, including 33 percent of the freshman class.      But home-schooled or not, most students question their level of preparedness when they step onto a

Summer mission teams seek teachable spirits

With midterms week coming to a close, students might have a little more time to start thinking about plans for upcoming summer ministries. The University plans to send out eight mission teams during summer 2015 to Antigua, Africa, Australia, China, Europe, Southeast Asia, Mexico and the Western U.S. “What better time to try something adventurous

Aramark serves students at the International Grill. Photo: Holly Diller

Aramark at BJU becomes food service model for other universities

Aramark. You see the name around the Dining Common and The Den, but have you ever wondered who exactly they are? Aramark is an on-site food service provider based in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Servicing more than 600 colleges and other institutions in North America alone, they hold contracts in more than 22 countries around the world.

Abby Hughes and Robin Michaels practice their food preparation skills for the upcoming Bistro. Photo: Ethan Rogers

Bistro provides real-life culinary experience

Today, while some students are in line for PB&J at Grab ‘n Go, others will be in line for edible masterpieces at this semester’s opening of the Bistro. Starting today from 11:45 a.m. to 2 p.m., and continuing every Friday until Thanksgiving break, the sophomore culinary students at the Culinary Arts Retail Building will be

Emily Turner and Andrew Uibel use their puppet friends to share the Gospel with children. Photos: Ciara Weant

Puppets of Praise ministry uses fun friends to reach children for Christ

What’s one way to get children excited to learn about the Bible? Holding a puppet show, of course! Puppets of Praise, an outreach ministry led by BJU staff members Kevin and Melissa Delp, uses puppets to teach kids about God’s Word. The team, composed of about 12 students, produces shows at local Chick-fil-A restaurants as

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