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Students to gather for Easter Sunrise Service

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Early this Sunday morning as the sun begins to rise, many students will gather at 7 a.m. to celebrate our risen Savior in a special Easter Sunrise Service at Alumni Stadium. A long-standing tradition, the Easter Sunrise Service offers students a special opportunity to celebrate Easter. Dr. Nathan Crockett, director of ministerial training, said the

Skue: senior graphic design show to explore perspective

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Perspective. Everyone has it, but it will be challenged and expanded in the senior graphic design show, which will feature the 12 senior graphic designers’ finest work in branding, advertising, illustration, type design, Web design, software design and more. This year’s show will kick off with a display and reception in the Sargent Art Building

Follow these preregistration tips for a successful fall semester

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Preregistration for Fall 2015 opens March 30, and with it comes a variety of student responses: stress, emails to advisers, or procrastination. But don’t sweat it because here are four tips from Dr. Dan Smith, BJU registrar, to help you successfully pre-register for next semester. 1. Every classification should look at pre-registration differently. Incoming freshmen

Living Gallery to focus on Jesus’ earthly ministry

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This year’s Living Gallery, a BJU Easter tradition that combines beautiful religious artwork, music and drama into one cohesive performance, will take place April 2, 3 and 4 at 4:30 and 7:30 p.m., with an extra showing at 2 p.m. on April 4, in Rodeheaver Auditorium. Living Gallery takes artwork from BJU’s Museum & Gallery,

Bible Conference resolutions: set, measure, achieve

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As Bible Conference draws to a close, students will have heard roughly 11 hours of preaching over the last week. But how can they transfer all that knowledge from their heads to their hearts in order to bring about real, lasting change? Here’s a list of tips from University faculty and students on how to

Biology department hosts Cornell University professor for special lecture event

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Dr. John Sanford of Cornell University spoke to a filled-to-capacity lecture room on the evening of March 13 in BJU’s Howell Memorial Science Building. Sanford —author, inventor, researcher and associate professor at Cornell — delivered a seminar titled “Adam & Eve — Were they real? What does genetics reveal?” on the scientific, historical and biblical

Looking back, looking forward: BJU celebrates past, future

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Bob Jones University has grown and developed in numerous ways over the past 50 years and has worked to preserve some of its ever-changing heritage in a variety of ways, including time capsules. Keeping with this spirit, the members of the Class of 1965 will get to relive some of their past heritage next week

French professor receives prestigious award

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Félicitations are in order for Bruce Byers, a well-known French teacher at BJU, who recently won a prestigious award from  the South Carolina Foreign Language Teachers Association (SCFLTA). Byers, the head of the modern language and literature department, has recently been given a lifetime achievement award from the SCFLTA, in which he serves as a

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