Students minister in local churches

In the midst of busy schedules, BJU students still make time to serve in local churches. As President Pettit referenced in a recent chapel message, getting involved in a local church is a key part of student’s experience at BJU. “I would be very concerned that you come to Bob Jones and get so wrapped

Public Policy Organization educates students during election season

The Public Policy Organization, a student-led organization established in November 2015, provides students a forum for political discussion and awareness on campus. Mrs. Linda Abrams, the faculty adviser for the PPO, said the purpose of the organization is to be a “clearing house for political activity on campus,” existing to raise students’ awareness and interest

Breedlove and Goeglein are the two speakers for BJUs Presidential Leadership seriers. 29.05

Former White House staffer to speak in Presidential Leadership Series

Timothy Goeglein, senior adviser to the president and vice president for external relations at Focus on the Family in Washington, D.C., will speak at the Presidential Leadership Series Thursday, Feb. 11, at 7 p.m. This event, which will be held in the Founder’s Memorial Amphitorium, is required for students, faculty and staff, and is also

Center for Global Oppurtunities is in design as Bible Conference approaches. 29.14

BJU unveils Center for Global Opportunities

The goal for this year’s Bible Conference is to raise $150,000 toward the building of a Center for Global Opportunities that will connect the BJU community to global outreaches—near and far. The Center for Global Opportunities, which will be located in the Alumni Building across from the Bellis Copy Center, will be available to students

Mr. Bopp, one of three teachers, teaches the new advertising and marketing class of second semester 2016. Photo by Holly Diller. 29.13

Interdisciplinary project enters national competition

With content and professors from multiple majors, interdisciplinary courses aim to enhance education while modeling and better preparing students for the workforce. “Learning to think across disciplines and to make connections between different fields of study is a hallmark of liberal arts education,” said Dr. Gary Weier, executive vice president for Academic Affairs. The interdisciplinary

Set up is a design show for a winter 2016 interior design show hosted by seniors. Photo by Stephen Dysert. 29.13

Design shows: just the tip of the iceberg

As the 2016 spring semester begins at BJU, many students are anticipating graduation day. While awaiting that big day, seniors majoring in interior design, studio art, and graphic design are among the bachelor of fine arts candidates who are working on their senior shows. Behind the scenes, a lot of hard work and time is

Student gets make up done for BJU's Christmas Living Gallery, 2015. Photo by Stephen Dysert. 29.11

Christmas comes to Living Gallery

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

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

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