Freeloaders, text addicts, internet-obsessed millennials? Sometimes it seems that other generations just can’t stop picking on the notorious Generation Y. No generation is flawless, but some stereotypes may need some fact checking. For instance, the stereotype that millennials don’t read. A Pew Research Center study recently found that millennials are just as likely as older
The story of Simon Wiesenthal, the Holocaust survivor whose efforts led to the arrest of more than 1,100 Nazi war criminals, came to Rodeheaver Auditorium Thursday at 8 p.m. and will be presented again tonight at the same time. The play Wiesenthal is the first Artist Series program of the 2017 spring semester at Bob
After months of research, testing and preparation, Hyohyun “Esther” Park, a senior cell biology major, presented a poster on her cancer research project in Washington, D.C. Park presented along with Deanna Fry, also a senior cell biology major, at the American Institute for Cancer Research on Nov. 14-16. Dr. Steve Figard, who is BJU’s director
The Collegian has provided a place for hundreds of students to hone their skills in writing, design and photography for the past 30 years. Working on The Collegian has given staffers a variety of valuable skills—both professional and practical. These skills, such as working under deadlines, collaborating on articles, conducting interviews and using Associated Press
Sometimes people like to tell me about Mozart, the genius who started composing musical pieces at the age of 5. Which is true. He would sit at the piano and play while his father would copy his new pieces down. When he was 5, he wrote three pieces within a few weeks. I am pretty
Pornography. This column just got awkward. That word itself can bring out a nervous laugh, a slight blush or—more likely—awkward silence. “Silence” is a word that too often describes the conversation about pornography. Although its prevalence in our society is nearly epidemic, most people don’t seem to want to talk about this problem called pornography.