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Bruins: from freshmen to seniors

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It was the 2012–13 academic year that saw the young Bruins soccer and basketball teams play their first games. This year, 10 Bruin athletes who started that year will graduate as the first Bruins who played all four years of intercollegiate sports. Over the span of those four years, the graduating Bruins—Ray Holden, Kyle Turner,

GAs juggle roles on both sides of the classroom

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Straddling the line between student and instructor, graduate assistants have a unique perspective. Meagan Ingersoll, Alex Viscioni, Andrew Minnick and Emily Meyers are a few of the GAs on campus who balance being both instructor and student. Ingersoll and Viscioni work with students in Fundamentals of Speech, using materials provided by Ms. Jeanine Aumiller, the

Don’t let your adviser be an underutilized resource

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Out of the many campus resources available to students, advisers are among the most important, yet the most underutilized. Mrs. Rebecca Weier, director of First-year Experience, said advisers can help students make their college years a success. “I think in college, [advisers] can help [students] by helping them make the most of the time that

CLA tests seniors’ critical thinking and analysis

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Bob Jones University is administering the Collegiate Learning Assessment to seniors in order to evaluate how students have grown in core skills during their time at BJU. The first 50 seniors took the test last Saturday, and the next 50 will go tomorrow. This is the third year in a row BJU has given these

Major major changes: why students drastically switch

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“What’s your major?” It’s a question that comes often for college students, usually coming soon after “What’s your name?” Stating your major tells someone a lot about who you are, what you’re interested in and where you’re going. For some students, the answer to that question stays the same for all four years at BJU,

Seniors honored during Lady Bruins’ 60–44 victory

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The Bob Jones University Lady Bruins defeated the Columbia International University Rams 60–44 on Senior Night. The Bruins hosted the Rams Tuesday for the last home game of the season. In the previous matchup, BJU won 69–60 in Columbia. In the first quarter, Brianna Delaney and Kendra Jeffcott established control of the paint, creating many

CLD develops student leaders on campus

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BJU’s Center for Leadership Development (CLD) grows students to lead in their societies, discipleship groups, community service outreaches and student leadership council as well as in their future. As believers, learning to lead in the home, the workforce, and even among friends is a valuable life skill. “The way I like to explain [the CLD]

Theatre project Far Away brings war close to home

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Far Away is the newest play to be performed at Performance Hall this semester. It is a futuristic, dystopian thriller, and the senior project of theatre arts major C.J. McElhiney. During their senior year, theatre arts students are required to do a project based on the track they choose to focus on. McElhiney loves to

Gioachino Rossini’s La Cenerentola

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                                                                                 Bob Jones University will present Gioachino Rossini’s La Cenerentola in Rodeheaver Auditorium at 8 p.m.

Transfer students offer experiences and insights

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Bob Jones University welcomes many transfer students every year, and they constitute three percent of the University’s student body. The University has added a total of 106 transfer students to our student body this year—82 in the first semester and 24 this semester. When choosing a college during high school, many view that college as

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