The Millennial Generation is spoiled. With the technology available today, it’s hard not to be. Smartphones, laptops, iPods, iPads and even some video game consoles all can connect directly to the Internet at the touch of a button. Information is available right there at our fingertips—immediately. Our generation has become used to the quick response
Working as a cashier at the dining common can be tiring yet rewarding. Three dining common cashiers swipe cards and clean and maintain the front entrance. On top of their normal duties, they also provide a ministry to students, faculty and other guests who come through their lines. Kathy Tovrea (Miss Kathy) serves as cashier
Many BJU students will have the opportunity this summer to intern at various places around the nation related to their major that could lead to their first professional job after graduation. While not all majors require summer internships, most count as up to three credits and are considered valuable for future employment. Most faculty members
While most BJU students experience waking up in res hall bunks and sharing their morning routines with roommates and hallmates, some students share their mornings with only one. There are 44 married undergraduate students at BJU. These students get up in the morning, eat breakfast, say goodbye to their spouse and then head to classes.
When you hear 3D printing what do you think of? Most people think 3D printing is a complex process that only computer savvy people are able to enjoy in science labs. But 3D printing is as simple as layering and combining shapes on a computer to design any object you want. After your design is
Dr. Gary Guthrie and Mrs. Glenda Guthrie, who have each taught at BJU for 50 years, will both be retiring at the end of this semester. Dr. Guthrie, a professor of mathematics, and Mrs. Guthrie, an instructor of English, said they greatly appreciate the time they’ve spent and the generations they’ve had an impact on
When you walk into the Greenville Humane Society, located about 10 minutes from campus off North Pleasantburg Drive, you will be greeted by cats and dogs eagerly awaiting adoption. At the society, anyone can walk into the building to hold and play with the animals. There are several opportunities for BJU students to get involved.
Every one of BJU’s 35 men’s and women’s societies has its own unique culture, attitudes and traditions. Many of the elements of a society change over the years as different students come and go, but many societies have traditions that transcend from year to year, or in some cases even decade to decade. Here are
The transition from high school to college is different for each student, including those who graduate from Bob Jones Academy. Cole Stegall, Katie Jackson, Emily Polley and Laura Beth Weier all graduated from BJA, yet they each experienced a different transition into college life. Though they spent many years coming to campus every day, not
The Mack Library is full of underutilized resources that could help students increase the productivity of their study time. The library has changed from what it once was. Headphones and food are now allowed, and the recent addition of the Rubi coffee machine invites students to curl up with a book and hot drink. With