Lady Bruins win national championship

For the second time in Bruins history, the women’s intercollegiate soccer team won the NCCAA Division II National Championship as they defeated Maranatha Baptist College 1-0 in Kissimmee, Florida. “God has been very good to our program,” Coach Carmichael said. “To Him we give the glory of any success that we have had.” The road

Tim Scott brings Ben Carson to Bob Jones University for a town hall meeting. Photo by Holly Diller. 29.10

Presidential candidates visit BJU

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

Public safety directs traffic in the rain V 29.09 Photo by Kayla Pierce

Public Safety works to protect campus

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

Lady Bruins win first regional championship

For the first time in program history, the Bob Jones University Bruins women’s soccer team won the NCCAA DII South Regional Championship. The Lady Bruins won in thrilling fashion, claiming victory in a penalty shootout after a scoreless battle against the Toccoa Falls Screaming Eagles. The Bruins competed in their third straight regional championship game

Colts defeat Classics to win championship

The Theta Sigma Chi Colts became the women’s intramural volleyball champions as they defeated the Pi Delta Chi Classics Saturday night in five sets. The first set was very close as both teams battled for dominance. Early on, Leanne Cleveland had several strong serves that could not be returned by the Colts, but the Classics

Financial tips help students achieve stability

Financial choices are at every turn in the daily life of a student, and it can be difficult to think in the long term with common sense and biblical principles in mind. By using a few foundational ideas from Chris Rawlings, a faculty member in the Division of Accounting in the School of Business, and

BJU golf team finishes third

In their first tournament since their disappointing showing at the NCCAA DI National Tournament, the BJU Bruins golf team finished in third place at the Columbia College Fall Invitational Tournament in Columbia. Heading into the first round, the Bruins were looking to accomplish one of their last goals for the 2015 fall season—to break a

Artist series to feature guest trombonists

This semester’s first Concert, Opera & Drama Series program on Tuesday, Nov. 10, at 8 p.m., will feature BJU’s Symphonic Wind Band with guest trombonists, Matthew Vaughn, the associate principal trombonist for the Philadelphia Orchestra, and Dr. Frank Garlock, founder of the Bob Jones University Trombone Choir.    The concert celebrates the trombone and is

Photo by Stephen Dysert of students at the DFH collecting food for the flood relief effort.

BJU organizes flood relief drive for Columbia

Bob Jones University has partnered with Operation Renewed Hope this week to bring flood relief in the form of food, water, manpower and monetary donations to the areas of Columbia flooded by the impact of Hurricane Joaquin. Joaquin, a Category 4 storm, brought heavy wind and rain to the Carolinas on Oct. 7, and it

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BJU to host Homecoming 2015

On Oct. 23 and 24, BJU is inviting students and alumni to join in Homecoming, a weekend of special activities including class reunions, athletic events and more. For students the term “homecoming” may conjure a variety of images, but the best way to think of Homecoming at BJU is like a holiday or family reunion,

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