Opinion

February 21, 2016

Student Voice: Can you live with your voting decisions?

With the upcoming presidential election taking up more and more space in our news sources every day, we’re constantly inundated with new information about this candidate […]
February 21, 2016

Getting your life in order: ideas to help you organize

Organization is one of the most valued skill for college students for countless reasons. But it’s often difficult to teach yourself the art of organization and […]
February 21, 2016

Volunteering allows students to impact local community

Students here at BJU have many different opportunities to get involved in the surrounding community. On top of having options to help at our local churches […]
February 12, 2016

Evaluating sleeping habits can improve quality of life

Take it from the editors, sleep is important. If you don’t want to take it from us, there are literally hundreds of articles and research studies […]
February 12, 2016

Student Voice: Body Image vs. God’s Image

When you hear the word “Barbie,” what comes to mind? If you’re like most of us, you probably imagine a tall, skinny-as-a-rail, flawlessly-skinned, blonde girl wearing […]
February 12, 2016

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It’s rare to walk through Wal-Mart or watch a video online without hearing profanity. People frequently use curse and swear words. Not just euphemisms, but words […]
February 5, 2016

Student Voice: The Super Bowl as a non-fan

The Super Bowl is fast approaching and will be broadcasted on Feb. 7 at 6:30 p.m. The reaction of most people in America is excited anticipation […]
February 5, 2016

Finding your own identity the world’s opinion vs. God’s truth

A person’s identity is the way they see themselves and feel that others perceive about them. Our identity is formed by our most basic beliefs and […]
February 5, 2016

Column

Recently in Target, I found an entire journal dedicated to writing down things that annoy you about people. It was titled “My Pet Peeves: A Journal […]
January 29, 2016

Student Voice: Don’t let politics make you panic

In his final State of the Union, President Barak Obama spoke head on to the fear mongering that has become so characteristic of politics in America. […]
January 29, 2016

Column

My Christmas break didn’t go as I planned. Specifically, the first day especially didn’t go as planned. My sister and I woke up at 6 a.m. […]
January 29, 2016

Two views of social media: Information vs. communication

Social media is a great place for the spreading of information, and in today’s age of information, we quite literally can’t get enough. How many of […]
December 15, 2015

Be SMART: Making & Keeping New Year’s Resolutions

Once the over-indulgence of the holidays comes to an end and the calendar opens to a fresh year, it’s time for the age-old tradition of New […]
December 4, 2015

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“Haply I think on thee, and then my state, / Like to the lark at break of day arising / From sullen earth, sings hymns at […]
December 4, 2015

‘Tis the season to be jolly in Greenville

With Thanksgiving past and the Christmas season officially here, the Greenville area is gearing up for an assortment of holiday festivities. To start the Christmas season, […]
November 20, 2015

Remember the bigger picture: Show compassion to the world

Many people are superstitious about Friday the 13th, and sadly, this year the feelings of unease were grounded. In at least six coordinated attacks around Paris, […]
November 13, 2015

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“Bethany, I have to tell you something. The doctor called and my tests came back. I have cancer, but it’ll be okay.” Those weren’t the words […]
November 13, 2015

Don’t wage the “War on Christmas” against Starbucks’ red cup design

As the holiday season is beginning, a certain coffee giant’s red paper cups are causing more of a commotion than they should. With the release of […]
November 6, 2015

Republican CNBC debate lessons: be ready always to give an answer

Last week’s Republican presidential debate on CNBC was the most watched program in the network’s 30-year history. But the high ratings weren’t the rusult of reasons […]
November 6, 2015

Column

I transferred to Bob Jones University from another Christian college. A little background: I spent my freshman year here at BJU before I transferred to the […]