The lights will go out in the Davis Field House. Strings of Christmas lights will be turned on. Glow sticks will be passed around. And students will file in to cheer on the seven nations competing in the first-ever BJU Glolympics.
The Opus 6 ensemble will perform on Saturday, April 12, at 5 p.m. in War Memorial Chapel. Opus 6, the official vocal performance ensemble of the BJU voice department, is directed by Dr. David Parker and Mrs. Christa Habegger of the music faculty. Habegger is also the accompanist of the group.
Faculty Wind Quintet, University Singers.
Outdoor Movie, Leadership Workshop, University Service Day, University Ring Orders, and Greek Forum.
College is about more than just the test you have next Monday, the speech you have next Friday, or the volleyball game you have this weekend; it’s about using those experiences to reach future goals.
In University Singers, the nearly 80-member BJU choir composed of only freshmen, it’s easy to be unnoticed, but two young men stand out.
Looking for a musical experience that’s a little different from your average choir or piano concert? Then the cello choir concert on March 31 and the percussion ensemble on April 4 may be just right for you. At these concerts, you’ll be able to enjoy a more imaginative side of music with a variety of both classical and modern pieces.
Leadership Workshop and Scholastic Bowl.
BJU students began using their creativity this semester to reach out to the at-risk youth at the Greenville County Juvenile Facility.
The Student Leadership Council will hold a student body chapel service in the Founder’s Memorial Amphitorium and a separate chapel for the senior class in Stratton Hall on Friday, April 4, at 11 a.m.