Among the string of events happening this Homecoming, the Bruins Family Game Show is a must-see for students and visiting alumni. The show will take place tonight at 8 in Stratton Hall. The event is free to all on a first-come basis. Organized by the Welcome Center staff, the Bruins Family Game Show will include
Intramural sports are a highlight of student life and societies here at Bob Jones University. Societies play several different intramural sports ranging from flag football to table tennis, but no sport gets as intense or as big as intramural soccer. Men’s societies compete in soccer in teams of both 11v11 and 7v7, while women’s societies
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With Nov. 8 less than a month away, the 2016 presidential election is a topic that’s at the forefront of our minds. Maybe you’ve already made your decision. Perhaps you’re tired of hearing about it. However, the election worms its way into our conversations on a daily basis. It’s all over social media. It’s almost
To a college student, the idea of getting involved in a local ministry may be intimidating. A student might say, “How am I supposed to take on an outreach when I am just trying to pass English 102?” But the Center for Global Opportunities staff want students to see just how rewarding and fulfilling local
The Bruins cross-country teams are heading into a crucial month for their success. Head coach Landon Bright said the cross-country teams need October to be a quality month of training and performance. The team has done really well so far, Bright said. “The men’s team will look strong by the end of the season.” The
The BJU Bruins men’s soccer team is nearing the halfway point of its fifth season in intercollegiate competition. Head coach Jesse McCormick said having a challenging schedule is part of the plan to get the Bruins playing better. “We have one of the toughest, if not the toughest, schedules in NCCAA Division II,” McCormick said.
The Bruins women’s soccer team has displayed a high level of play this fall with a record of 6-4, building on their win of the NCCAA national tournament last season. “Team chemistry is good, and they push each other to be their very best,” head coach Chris Carmichael said. “We’re all meshing well,” said Christiana
In 1928, a year after opening its doors to students, Bob Jones College decided to implement intercollegiate sports as a way to share the Gospel and give students an athletic outlet. The College was located in the swampy area of College Point, Florida, which was the inspiration for the team’s name—the Swamp Angels. The various