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Christmas plans are as diverse as students

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At the end of the fall semester, most students are looking forward to a nice, relaxing Christmas break. For many, this means going home and spending time with family. Some students have relatively short road trips ahead of them. Vikki Rollings, a freshman elementary education major, will be returning to her home in Sumter, South

It’s A Wonderful Life returns for third run

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Returning to the stage for the third year is the Christmas production, It’s a Wonderful Life: A Live Radio Drama. In addition to being a third performance with director Anne Nolan’s original cast on Dec. 11 and 12, this play is also the first to appear in all three of BJU’s theater venues—Performance Hall, Stratton

Christmas comes to Living Gallery

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The BJU family invites the greater Greenville community to join in celebrating the incarnation of Jesus Christ with this year’s Christmas-themed Living Gallery. Performances will be held in Rodeheaver Auditorium this evening at 4:30 and 8 p.m. and Saturday at 2, 4:30 and 8 p.m. With the addition of spring break to second semester, Living

Throwback Turkey Bowl soars to new heights

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The students of BJU are about to be treated to a good ol’ fashioned Turkey Bowl. This Saturday at 8 p.m., Alpha will defend its title as last year’s reigning champions against the challenging team Beta in a throwback-style Turkey Bowl featuring live turkey races, Thanksgiving dinner eating contests and hot air balloon rides. At

Presidential candidates visit BJU

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Bob Jones University became the platform for two presidential candidates to present their views and ideals last weekend for the first time since George W. Bush visited the university as a candidate in 2000. On Friday, Nov. 13, Sen. Tim Scott and Congressman Trey Gowdy hosted candidate Dr. Ben Carson during an installment of Scott’s

Multitasking with technology affects concentration

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Many students turn to technology in the classroom to send a quick text or email thinking they are multitasking. Other students welcome the distraction of technology in the classroom thinking it helps them stay focused without completely losing interest in the lecture. Multitasking is the word used to refer to this. But does such a

Public Safety works to protect campus

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With the number of violent campus riots and shootings on the rise across the country, the BJU’s Department of Public Safety is working diligently  to ensure the safety of those on campus. Public Safety employs officers certified by the South Carolina Law Enforcement Division (SLED), and between 60 and 70 students from diverse majors work

Premedical Association brings med students together

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The Premedical Association (PMA), a student-run organization that currently has about 80 members, exists to connect new and transfer students to peers who are more familiar with the programs. According to Danny Machado, senior premed major and president of the PMA, the association informs students, especially freshmen and sophomores, about the rigors that their future

JMC students aid ministry

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While many students spent last weekend visiting harvest corn mazes or cleaning their dorms,  13 students from the journalism and mass communication department spent their Halloween weekend volunteering at Elijah’s Harbor, a private mansion turned retreat and conference center in the mountains around Greeneville, Tennessee. Elijah’s Harbor, named for the rest and care Elijah received

Active-duty students reflect on Veterans Day

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Veterans Day is  Wednesday, Oct. 11. For those who have not served in the military, it may seem like most expressions of gratitude to armed forces members are insufficient. While a “thank you” may seem inadequate, it may be exactly what an armed forces person needs to hear. And you don’t have to look very

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