Have you ever wanted to know a film actor? There is a good chance that you may know someone on campus who is, or at least will be, after the senior cinema majors’ film showing. The show will be on April 27 at 7 p.m. in Stratton Hall and admission is free.
In the daytime, Mary Beth’s feels like a small family diner. At night, it transforms to tablecloths, stemware and a completely different menu. But one thing always remains the same at this restaurant: fresh gourmet food.
Fellow seniors, it has been a good four years.
Husband and wife Landon and Katie Bright have joined the Bruins family as the new cross-country coaches.
A familiar story with a fresh focus will come to Performance Hall beginning Thursday, April 18.
If you have ever used the services at Bellis Copy Center, you know the pride and satisfaction of seeing the PDF file on your computer transformed into a crisp, shiny project in your hands.
Summer break is almost here. For many students, this means swapping classes for summer jobs, internships and ministry opportunities. This week The Collegian is taking a look at what some students will be doing with their time this summer.
This year, two Timothy students will be graduating with master’s degrees in Bible and returning to their home countries to continue to spread the Gospel.
The new SLC members have been elected for the 2013-14 academic year. Meet the students who will serve the BJU student body next year.
Trial brings lessons of grace: How a heart attack changed Dr. Weier’s lifestyle, taught him about God’s grace
Most of us don’t remember what we did on Aug. 13, 2012. But for Dr. Gary Weier, that day changed his life and showcased God’s grace in many ways.