Take a glance at a few of the peculiarities that Bob Jones University students keep in their dorm rooms.
No one’s surprised when a science major walks into the science building. But why would interior design majors spend the majority of their college careers in the upper part of the science annex?
Every spring, hundreds of high school students from around the country arrive on the BJU campus for the annual American Association of Christian Schools National Competition.
Warmer weather, an increase in the pollen count, and the passing of midterms mean just one thing for students at BJU: Bible Conference is almost here.
Need something to do with the extra time you might have during Bible Conference week? Here are a few ideas of some great places and events Greenville has to offer. So find a friend and head to downtown Greenville or explore the greater Greenville area.
Some office spaces can be dull and unexciting, an atmosphere that stifles productivity and inspiration; but the interesting collections of these BJU faculty and staff members make their offices stand out from the typical workplace.
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. . .