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Throwback Turkey Bowl soars to new heights

The students of BJU are about to be treated to a good ol’ fashioned Turkey Bowl. This Saturday at 8 p.m., Alpha will defend its title as last year’s reigning champions against the challenging team Beta in a throwback-style Turkey Bowl featuring live turkey races, Thanksgiving dinner eating contests and hot air balloon rides. At

Students attempt to mulit-task while studying for classes V 29.09 Photo by Kayla Pierce

Multitasking with technology affects concentration

Many students turn to technology in the classroom to send a quick text or email thinking they are multitasking. Other students welcome the distraction of technology in the classroom thinking it helps them stay focused without completely losing interest in the lecture. Multitasking is the word used to refer to this. But does such a

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Premedical Association brings med students together

The Premedical Association (PMA), a student-run organization that currently has about 80 members, exists to connect new and transfer students to peers who are more familiar with the programs. According to Danny Machado, senior premed major and president of the PMA, the association informs students, especially freshmen and sophomores, about the rigors that their future

JMC Department take a trip to Greeneville, TN. 29.08 Photo submitted.

JMC students aid ministry

While many students spent last weekend visiting harvest corn mazes or cleaning their dorms,  13 students from the journalism and mass communication department spent their Halloween weekend volunteering at Elijah’s Harbor, a private mansion turned retreat and conference center in the mountains around Greeneville, Tennessee. Elijah’s Harbor, named for the rest and care Elijah received

Active-duty students reflect on Veterans Day

Veterans Day is  Wednesday, Oct. 11. For those who have not served in the military, it may seem like most expressions of gratitude to armed forces members are insufficient. While a “thank you” may seem inadequate, it may be exactly what an armed forces person needs to hear. And you don’t have to look very

Transitioning from hometown to Greenville

BJU students come from different places all over the USA and all over the world. Although Greenville culture is ordinary for those who call it home, students coming from small rural towns, colossal cities and other regions of the U.S. or other countries may find peculiarities about living in this city. While 88 percent of


Homecoming encourages involvement

During this Homecoming weekend, many events have been planned to bring current stu- dents, faculty and staff, and alumni together as one. One of these planned events is the Bruin Nation 5K. Formerly known as the Turkey Bowl Run, the Bruin Nation 5K is expected to draw be- tween 300 and 400 runners to the

Faculty Spotlight: Bradley, Cushman and Ironside

In the last of our new faculty spotlight series, we introduce three new professors in several different academic areas: Dr. Rodger Bradley, who teaches in the Division of Social Science; Dr. Neil Cushman of the Seminary; and Brandon Ironside, a faculty member in the School of Fine Arts and Communication. Dr. Roger Bradley Dr. Roger

BJU hosts 43rd High School Festival competition

BJU is gearing up for its 43rd annual High School Festival and Preaching Conference. The conference, which features competitions in music, communication, art, photography, video production and preaching, will be held next week Monday through Thursday. During the High School Festival and Preaching Conference, Christian school, public school and home school students from ninth to

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