Career Services hosts a seminar in Levinson Hall about branding your company. 29.03 Photo by Holly Diller

U.S. Army Field Band to play at BJU

The United States Army Field Band’s Concert Band and choir, the Soldiers’ Chorus, will be coming to BJU on Saturday, Oct. 17, for a concert at 2 p.m. in Rodeheaver Auditorium. Formed at the end of World War II, the Field Band has a long history of charming its listeners through music. According to,

Senior Picnic in the Activity Center. Photo by Brian French, 2015

Senior picnic to celebrate class of 2016

Each year, BJU offers special activities and opportunities for the senior class in honor of their upcoming graduation. The first of these is the Senior Picnic, which will be held on Oct. 1 at 5:30 p.m. at the Activity Center. Kyle Wilcox, executive assistant to President Pettit, describes the Senior Picnic as a BJU tradition

Jeremy Patterson poses for a quick picture V 29.01 photo by Kayla Pierce

Jeremy Patterson named new chair of language division

As a college freshman at Bob Jones University, a young Jeremy Patterson never would have imagined himself becoming the chair of the Division of Modern Language and Literature in the College of Arts and Science. But he would soon discover that God had very different plans for his future. Patterson was born in the United

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Students recount summer ministries

During the hectic days of move-in and the series of meetings that followed at the beginning of 2015’s fall semester, students returned to campus from all corners of the world. With them, they brought the stories of their summer experiences, whether they worked or went on vacations. Some students, however, chose to spend their break

Political highlights of the week

Prepare for commercials. Prepare for stump speeches. Prepare for town halls, yard signs on every corner, and calls from volunteers in phone banks. It’s still 14 months before Election Day on Nov. 8. A number of us wish we could ignore it for just a little longer. However, it’s hard to escape news headlines, Facebook

The Constitution: A Christian’s viewpoint

A staple segment for late night shows and cable news programs is the man on the street interviews that test a random citizen’s basic knowledge of basic subjects. It’s a simple premise: the host asks a basic question like “What’s the capital of Florida?” and then shoves a microphone into the face of a random

Theatre Arts Bake-Off to display creativity

  The Bake-Off, one of the Theatre Arts Department’s most anticipated and original events, returns to Stratton Hall on Saturday, Sept. 19, at 7:30 p.m. Don’t let the name fool you; although it may seem to suggest a culinary arts competition, the Bake-Off features the dramatic creations of student playwrights. Theatre arts faculty members select

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