Audiences will receive a glimpse into the mind of fictional demons in upcoming performances of Lewis’s book The Screwtape Letters Tuesday through Thursday at 8 p.m. in Rodeheaver Auditorium.
Six senior studio art majors will display collections of their original work for the public to view and enjoy in two exhibitions this semester.
The recruiters are coming! The recruiters are coming!
Fine Arts Run-Offs, College Up Close days, and Scholastic Bowl.
University Ski Trip, Vespers: “Break the Knot”
NHL season began Saturday, Lance Armstrong confesses to drug use, Novak Djokovic wins in Australia Open quarterfinals.
This semester more than 100 audiences and congregations in 10 states will hear the Gospel and learn about Christian education from the BJU Drama Ministry Team.
The FMA will be transformed Wednesday into the Greenville-Spartanburg Airport as the Student Leadership Council presents this year’s Christmas student body program. Without giving away too much of the story, student body women’s president Maddie Williams said the plot tells of two students’ problem of a continuously delayed flight. She said they chose this idea
The Bob Jones University Bruins began their inaugural year this fall competing in men’s and women’s soccer and basketball. The men’s soccer team had a successful season fi nishing at 10-4-1, and the women’s team fi nished at 7-10-0. Four Bruins athletes made it into the NCCAA top 25 rankings.
First Fridays Art Event Tonight, 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. Today marks this year’s last First Fridays art event in downtown Greenville. From 6 until 9 p.m., Greenville artists display their work on the first Friday of every month. First Fridays promotes budding artists and expands the appreciation of visual arts in the area. Participating