Opinion

Column: Don’t text and walk

An epidemic is slowly spreading throughout the world. Teens were the original targets, but now the disease attacks anyone who allows it. Dramatic commercials should be made to remind people how important this issue is. Texting while walking continues to destroy lives. I don’t know about you, but I find walking in the halls after

Sports Column: Baseball memories

“Buy me some peanuts and Cracker Jack; I don’t care if I ever get back.” If you have heard those lyrics before, you have probably been to a few baseball games. I grew up on baseball. In fact, I’ve played the sport, watched it and even performed the national anthem for the York Revolution, one

Christians must persevere in prayer

On April 14, 2014, a school in Nigeria was raided by terrorists, and 300 school girls were kidnapped. More than 200 remain missing today, according to The New York Times. On April 16, 2014, MV Sewol, a South Korean ferry, capsized and 250 students and 11 teachers from the city of Ansan died. The city

Column: Seize your opportunities while at BJU

“So, what’s your major?” This question is probably one that every college student has been asked, and with due reason. A person’s choice of major says a lot about his or her interests, goals and, to an extent, personality. Often when I interview someone for an article, they’ll ask me this question. And when I

Column: 10 Minutes

Have you ever had one of those crazy, wonderful, scare-you-out-of-your-mind experiences where you learn more in the space of about 10 minutes than you have in probably the past 10 months? Something like that happened to me toward the end of the first semester of my sophomore year. I had changed my major from biology

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