The Beta Epsilon Chi Cardinals and their brother society, the Alpha Theta Razorbacks, were awarded the first ever Brother/Sister Partnership Award at last semester’s Society Leadership Banquet. The award, created primarily to celebrate the close-knit bond between the two societies, is becoming a model for other brother/sister societies to follow.
Retreat theme focuses on work of the Holy Spirit: students, faculty attend weekend seminary retreat at The Wilds
The seminary faculty and staff hosted their eighth annual seminary retreat last weekend at The Wilds Christian Camp and Conference Center in North Carolina. All seminary students, biblical counseling majors and faculty/staff were invited to attend the retreat.
Get an inside look into the Bruins intercollegiate soccer teams’ practices.
Twenty BJU ministerial students completed internships this summer at churches both in the U.S. and around the world as part of the University’s Church Internship Program.
Students weren’t the only ones traveling this summer. Some of the BJU faculty had adventures of their own.
There are lots of good eats right next to campus, and the best part is, no car is required.
Commencement time always brings the hustle and bustle of cleaning, packing and heading home.
The end of the semester is almost here. The only things that stand between you and home are exams, packing, cleaning and graduation. Follow some of these tips from your fellow students to make packing and cleaning a little easier and faster.
“Imagine you’ve been trudging up a mountain, and finally you reach the top and see the view — you’re there. You’ve reached your destination.”
Think you know BJU like the back of your hand? Take a trip across campus with The Collegian on a scavenger hunt competition of random signs, sculptures and other items you may have never noticed before.