This year’s red-carpet Leadership Gala will reward BJU’s student leaders with plenty of glamour and VIP treatment. The student leadership banquet will be held on April 16, at the Hyatt Hotel in downtown Greenville. Margaret Stegall, women’s Inter Society Council director and junior journalism and mass communication student, asked if she could assist in coordinating
Fresh, fast and delicious—these are the three words that owner Que Nguyen used over and over when talking recently about his new restaurant, Chop Chop Grill. Chop Chop Grill opened on Dec. 1. One aspect of Chop Chop Grill that sets it apart from other restaurants is its drive-through option. Because all the items on
By all accounts, the inaugural Bruins’ Gala was a smashing success. Guest speaker Bobby Bowden, the second winningest coach in NCAA football history, was the keynote speaker for the fundraising banquet, and over $75,000 was donated to the Bob Jones University’s athletic department. President Steve Pettit addressed over 200 Bruin supporters, giving the “President’s Vision”
Whenever a new production hits the stage, people gush about many things: the actors, the storyline, the set, the costumes, etc. But an often overlooked aspect of productions is sometimes the most obvious part of an actor’s appearance—the wig the character wears. A vital part of the costume department at BJU is the wig shop.
BJU’s Advancement Office has declared next Thursday, April 21, to be “Ministry Partner Appreciation Day” on campus. John Matthews, vice president for Advancement and Alumni Relations, said the idea behind the day is to make students aware of how much they benefit from donor gifts. To start the day, Dr. Pettit will speak in chapel
The BJU Classic Players will present Hamlet next Thursday through Saturday at 8 p.m. in Rodeheaver Auditorium, with the last performance falling on the 400th anniversary of Shakespeare’s death. Productions of Hamlet on the BJU stage extend back to 1932 when the Classic Players first performed the popular Shakespearean drama at the original Florida campus.
Each of the many BJU choirs is unique in size, student classification and musical style, yet they all provide opportunities for students to cultivate relationships. Freshman Drew Williquette said he joined University Singers for the experience of singing in a different type of choir, as he previously had sung only in church choirs. Williquette said
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
Roughly 2,000 competitors from about 200 schools will come to the American Association of Christian Schools competition in Greenville next week. This year will mark the 36th year that BJU has hosted the AACS competition on campus. It wasn’t always this way. Originally the AACS (made up of 38 state or regional associations) began in
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.