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A choir performs special music in last semester’s Student Body Chapel. Photo: Photo Services

Student Body Chapel to encourage students through praise, message

Christ-exalting, meditative, encouraging, motivating. Friday’s Student Body chapel at 11 a.m. in Founder’s Memorial Amphitorium will be all these things and more, said men’s chaplain Kyle Grant. The chapel service’s theme of “Praise” can be summed up in the phrase, “Now unto Him,” derived from two specific Scripture passages on praise: Ephesians 3:20 and Jude

A student uses the new Bruins app. Photo: Holly Diller

Bruin Nation: there’s an app for that

Bruin Nation has quicker access to news and updates about its sports teams than ever with a new Bruins app. When the department of athletics came up with the idea of an app to keep Bruins supporters more connected to their sports teams, they settled on a mobile app. “Everybody has an app,” sports information

Patti Knakal, Abby Moore and Sarai Dahlhausen participate in the first round of last year’s Scholastic Bowl. Photo: Photo Services

Scholastic Bowl to feature 14 society teams in 30th annual competition

Scholastic Bowl, a competition where society teams compete against each other in areas of general knowledge, has been an annual event at Bob Jones University since 1985, which means this year, specifically today, marks the start of its 30th anniversary competition. Schol Bowl is an opportunity for students to take the knowledge they’ve learned in

MinistrySafe training seminars to return to BJU

MinistrySafe, an organization that provides nationwide sexual abuse awareness training, will return to campus for six seminars Monday and Tuesday next week. Gregory Love and his wife, Kimberly Norris, who are both practicing attorneys specializing in the area of child sexual abuse litigation and prevention, founded the ministry in Fort Worth, Texas, to raise the

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