In 53 days Americans will be flexing their Constitutional muscle by deciding whether or not there will be a new president. Election Day 2012 is Nov. 6, and it will be the first time many in the student body will be eligible to vote for a presidential candidate. “Voting makes me feel like part of
So you’re a freshman and you’ve been hearing a lot about joining an outreach ministry. You’ve also had the opportunity to visit numerous local churches. But figuring out how to get involved can be overwhelming and intimidating. Take a deep breath and realize that there are people all around who can help you sort out
“How long will the regional accreditation process take for BJU?” This is a question many have had since it was announced last semester that the University would be applying for accreditation through the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges (SACSCOC). The University must go through two cycles of gathering data to present
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Old Hollywood posters and movie props adorn the walls of The Silver Screen Café, creating a vintage collage of classic films at the recently opened restaurant located on Wade Hampton Boulevard.
National Marionette Theatre Thursday, Friday and Saturday, Stratton Hall Beginning Thursday evening, The National Marionette Theatre will be on campus to perform Prokofiev’s Peter and the Wolf. Showings begin Thursday at 4 and 7 p.m. and continue with showings at 4 and 7 p.m. on Friday and 2, 4 and 7 p.m. on Saturday. The production
Art Show by Former Faculty Member John Roberts Monday, Sargent Art Building Beginning Monday, Mr. John Roberts, a former member of the BJU art faculty, will be presenting a retrospective art exhibition featuring his work. During his many years on faculty, Mr. Roberts taught everything from woodworking to pottery to landscape painting to calligraphy. His
Behind most successful endeavors lie years of intense preparation and hard work. And behind ARAMARK’s reinvention of the dining common’s food system stands new executive chef Christian Thormose.
Returning students have likely noticed some very welcome changes around the BJU campus, most involving food services and the athletic programs. Here are some of the changes that have been made over the summer to keep the campus looking its best. Dining Common The long-anticipated first phase of the dining common’s remodeling has been completed.
Camps, jobs and internships, overseas vacations, mission trips and exploring new hobbies. Regardless of how they spent the summers, many BJU students had unique summer adventures. Here, five students share their experiences from this past summer. A Nice Summer Jog For most people, running 26.2 miles seems like an impossible feat. But for junior mathematics