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The Bruins’ men’s and women’s basketball teams will officially open their inaugural seasons tonight at the Davis Field House with the first ever Bruin Mania, a Chick-fil-A-sponsored event involving inter-squad scrimmages, fan competitions and giveaways, player introductions and, of course, the mighty Bruin Nation. Spectators will have a chance to see players and coaches in
As the buses pull onto campus Friday morning, bringing more than 100 special needs children and young adults aged 5 to 21, an adventure for both these Washington Center student athletes and BJU students will begin. This special event, known as Washington Center Day, is an annual Special Olympics day hosted by Greenville County Recreation
It’s only the middle of September, but senior fever is already setting in.
Made up of: 11 Seniors 9 Juniors 3 Sophomores Top majors: Graphic Design Journalism & Mass Communication English Collegian staff members come from 15 different states within the U.S. and two countries (Canada and Thailand). The process of producing each issue of The Collegian begins three weeks before the paper is printed and distributed and goes through multiple
In response to the growing need for teen discipleship, senior Bible majors Caleb Phelps and Michael Conn are organizing (with the help of the University) the first “Rooted and Grounded” conference on Saturday, Sept. 22, from 10 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. The organizers welcome young men from high schools across the Midwest to spend a
Dr. Chris Carmichael—also known as “the snake guy”—is the new head soccer coach for the Bruin women, as well as a member of the science faculty. His years of experience with soccer and snakes have made him an ideal fit for both the BJU athletic and natural science departments. Collegian staff writer Caitlin Allen spoke with
Friday, Aug. 31, 2012 will forever be remembered by thousands of BJU Bruins fans as a day for the record books. Despite the muggy weather, the pulsing energy of enthusiastic fans and perfectly choreographed events led to a sensational night that will not soon be forgotten. No matter the outcome of the games, in the end, athletes and fans alike came together as one, proud to call themselves Bruins.