Opinion

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 […]
November 6, 2015

Transitioning from hometown to Greenville

BJU students come from different places all over the USA and all over the world. Although Greenville culture is ordinary for those who call it home, […]
November 5, 2015

Don’t shout back at #ShoutYourAbortion on social media

#ShoutYourAbortion took Twitter by storm a couple weeks ago and has generated a huge response since, both in support and in opposition. The hashtag was meant […]
November 5, 2015

Never stop learning: What can generations teach each other?

The generation gap is an ever-present issue in today’s world. Thanks to better medi- cal care and extended life ex- pectancies, people are retiring later. That […]
November 5, 2015

Column

With all of the talk about class reunions this weekend, I got a little sentimental. I was homeschooled through high school, so I grad- uated in […]
October 30, 2015

Column

“There are no great limits to growth because there are no limits of human intelligence, imagination and wonder.” —Ronald Reagan. Habits are necessary. They help us […]
October 16, 2015

Showing Christ’s love during crisis

In the wake of the destruction caused by Hurricane Joaquin, the Bob Jones University student body has been given a prime opportunity to show Christ’s love […]
October 16, 2015

Column

Burnt out. Those two words probably describe the way most of us are feeling or are about to feel at this point in the semester. By […]
October 9, 2015

Column

“Resume virtues” and “eulogy virtues.” Those are the terms New York Times columnist David Brooks uses in his book The Road to Character to describe the […]
October 4, 2015

The importance of a good name

The Environmental Protection Agency revealed on Sept. 18 that Volkswagen cheated on government-mandated emissions tests, allowing the company to sell “eco-friendly” diesel cars that emit nitrogen […]
October 4, 2015

Column

You walk down the sidewalk and see hundreds of people every day. On a college campus, you probably know a lot of them—but how well do […]
September 25, 2015

Column

“College is like death.” That lovely analogy came from my dad while he was trying to give an inspiring speech to our youth group during one […]
September 21, 2015

Political highlights of the week

Prepare for commercials. Prepare for stump speeches. Prepare for town halls, yard signs on every corner, and calls from volunteers in phone banks. It’s still 14 […]
September 21, 2015

Students need to be involved in politics

It has seemed impossible during the last few months to open Twitter and Facebook or to watch the news without one particular topic screaming for attention, […]
September 21, 2015

Chapel theme to teach biblical wisdom

This semester’s chapel and discipleship group theme “Wisdom from Above” is taken from the book of James, a book so practical it has been described by […]
May 1, 2015

Snapshot: Zolian Zoong Lwe

May 1, 2015

Talkback: What are your summer plans?

May 1, 2015

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 […]
April 24, 2015

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 […]
April 24, 2015

Snapshot: Seth Sanders