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Strossner’s indulges the five senses with flavorful foods

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Strossner’s Bakery, located at 21 Roper Mountain Road, has been a family favorite in the Greenville area for more than 70 years. The Strossner family opened the doors to their very own establishment in 1945. Fast forward to 2016, and the family-owned and -operated bakery is a successful business and go-to spot for many people

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Tongue-pierced, blue-haired and broken-hearted, one by one they shuffled into my classroom. My nerves had me running on two hours of sleep. This was my first time teaching in my local public school. After years of  being fed stories about the degradation of today’s youth, I thought I was about to meet a pack of

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In this fast-paced college life, there’s little time to waste. We go about campus, dashing from one class or appointment to the next. This we do from the all-too-eager rise of the sun till its setting. Is this a problem? No. After all, our hard work is ordained by God to grow us, give us

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Ringgold, Louisiana. Before this summer, I never knew such a place existed. From most perspectives this 1,500- person town is not especially memorable. But Ringgold is special because it is the home to Southland Christian Ministries—a youth camp I had the privilege of counseling at for most of my summer break. My usual summer plans

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Celebrating the 30th anniversary year of The Collegian

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Reading about campus events and student opinions in The Collegian is commonplace on a weekly basis today, but years ago BJU did not have a student-run newspaper.  This year marks the 30th  year of publication of the campus paper that has become such an integral part of BJU campus life. The newspaper originally began both

Student Body to end semester with laughs

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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

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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

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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

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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

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