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Testimony Timeout: Marvell Lareche

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As a junior in a public high school in Marietta, Georgia, Marvell Lareche never imagined that in two years he would be playing soccer at Bob Jones University as a nursing major. But Lareche soon discovered that God had very different plans in store for his future. Lareche began playing soccer at a very young

Play with your food at The Donut Experiment

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If you like doughnuts and coffee and experimenting with new flavors, then you’re in luck. The Donut Experiment, a doughnut shop located at 2123 Augusta St. in Greenville, is a unique experience for anyone who loves the idea of creating his own mad science experiment of a doughnut. The Donut Experiment franchise originated in Anna

Ready, set, write! Extemporaneous contest challenges writers

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Since the 1950s BJU has held an annual extemporaneous essay-writing contest open to the entire student body. This year’s contest will be held Feb. 25 at 5 p.m. in Lecture B. The winner will be announced during the annual Awards Ceremony in May. It’s a simple idea, Mr. Sid Silvester, head of the event and

Christian School Recruitment Conference comes to campus

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Christian educators from around the world are anticipating the University’s annual Christian School Recruitment Conference—a prime opportunity for faculty and administratiors from 70 national and international schools to interview prospective students. The conference will be held Monday and Tuesday next week. “The purpose of the conference is to bring our students and Christian schools together,”

President’s Club chapel honors exemplary students

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Back in 1986, five students’ names were called out during a chapel service. These students were the first recipients of the newly formed President’s Club, a designation to honor students for outstanding conduct. Just as those five students were selected 29 years ago, five more students joined the ranks of President’s Club during Thursday’s chapel.

Students plan ahead for spring 5Ks in Greenville area

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After a few weeks of chilly South Carolina weather, complete with a snowstorm, many students are looking forward to spring and the opportunity to go outside and enjoy a good run. For students who want to go beyond running the Alumni Stadium track, the Greenville area will be hosting several races that may appeal to

Oxford study abroad course planned for May 2016

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BJU students have an opportunity to study abroad this May by joining the Division of Communication’s study abroad course to England and Scotland. The course, though not part of a mission team like the Division of Modern Languages’ annual Spain trip, will allow students to become immersed in the European culture while studying content relevant

Fine Dining gives patrons tastes from around the world

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The sounds of knives and forks clinking merrily on fine white dishes and the tempting aroma of an expertly prepared entrée commonly associated with eating at an expensive restaurant might seem like an unlikely possibility for many students. But this semester, the culinary department is offering faculty, staff and students alike the opportunity to enjoy

Interdisciplinary project enters national competition

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With content and professors from multiple majors, interdisciplinary courses aim to enhance education while modeling and better preparing students for the workforce. “Learning to think across disciplines and to make connections between different fields of study is a hallmark of liberal arts education,” said Dr. Gary Weier, executive vice president for Academic Affairs. The interdisciplinary

Taking time off: students share their experiences

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Though it might be considered the scholastic norm, not every student at BJU starts college right after graduating high school and graduates exactly four years later. Many students have to take time off for health, financial, familial or other reasons—just as BJU students Emi Bradley and Scott Michaud did. Emi Bradley Not far into Bradley’s

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