The 5 Browns will perform the first program of the semester in BJU’s Concert, Opera & Drama Series at 8 p.m. Tuesday in Founder’s Memorial Amphitorium. Many students are looking forward to this event and hoping that this will be an exciting evening featuring five very talented pianists. However, these are not just five excellent
After the overwhelming fundraising success at Bible Conference which exceeded the $150,000 goal, the Center for Global Opportunities has transitioned from a vague concept in students’ minds to a reality on campus. Located on the first floor of the Alumni Building, the CGO consists of multiple renovated offices as well as an attractive open space
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After faithfully teaching on the Bob Jones University music faculty for 50 years, Dr. Karen Wilson, beloved professor and treasured friend of the University, will retire this spring. After she leaves her position, she will continue her music ministry with Trinity Baptist Church in Gaffney, South Carolina, pastored by Dr. Ray St. John of the
The Public Policy Organization will host a Pillars of Personhood seminar Saturday from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. in the Davis Room. The seminar, presented by Georgia Right to Life, will be divided into several sessions, each covering a different topic related to current bioethical debates and controversial political issues. Topics range from abortion and
Bob Jones University will present Gioachino Rossini’s La Cenerentola in Rodeheaver Auditorium at 8 p.m.
The campus of BJU hosted four of the 2016 Republican candidates last Friday during the Faith and Family Forum. Present were Dr. Ben Carson, Gov. Jeb Bush, Sen. Marco Rubio and Sen. Ted Cruz. The forum was hosted by the Palmetto Family Alliance and the Conservative Leadership Project and moderated by president and CEO of
Though Bible Conference has always been a key element in the history of Bob Jones University, many aspects of this year’s Bible Conference will be firsts for the University. In addition to being changed from a full week in March to the majority of a week in February, this year’s Bible Conference will be completely
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
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