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.
If you’re craving Middle Eastern cuisine, a small family-style restaurant at 495 S. Pleasantburg Drive may be the exact place you’re looking for.
You’ve probably heard of the Community Service Council, and you might even know the CSC representative in your society.
During the battle against both the end-of-semester workload and apathy, it’s easy to let health consciousness fall through the cracks.
It’s 6:45 — the beginning of a new day — and students all over campus awake to another day of classes, assignments, projects and appointments.
Through the years, Living Gallery has become a highlight during the spring semester. It is an amazing way to celebrate the death and resurrection of our Savior.
If you’re on campus, you are a mere 2.3 miles from pigging out on award-winning barbecue at Henry’s Smokehouse, located at 240 Wade Hampton Blvd.