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When winter blues begin to set in, find purpose in the Light

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January is nearly over. The newness of the New Year has worn off. The excitement of Christmas past has already faded into memories.  No more ornaments to hang, wreathes to place or presents to wrap. No more casseroles to bake, parties to attend or fireworks at midnight to enjoy. What next? With the most celebrated

USpeak provides students platform for change

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Launched at the beginning of the fall semester, USpeak allows students to anonymously give an idea, ask a question, report a problem, offer praise and participate in multiple online polls about campus issues. USpeak serves as the communication portal between students and the administration. Students can access the online resource through the link on the

Student Body to entertain with funny videos

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This semester’s student body play will be different from anything BJU students have performed in the past. This time, Hannah Smith, women’s senior representative, has coordinated a production that will give every student the opportunity to get involved. The beginning of this “play” will involve a dramatic entrance by the host, who will announce the

Finals week: eat, sleep, study, repeat

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With finals just around the corner, students feel the pressure of college. Finals can be worth many points and oftentimes can dramatically improve, or damage, semester grades. But, as with anything else, some helpful tips and tricks can ensure that the material studied will stick. Perhaps the most important tip that can be offered is

Column

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I’m white. I have never understood what it is like to be an African-American. Or Latino. Or Asian. Or Indian. The truth is, I will never fully understand what it’s like to be anything but white. So I have to make an intentional effort to understand what it’s like to be an ethnic minority in

BJU presents nontraditional Christmas plays

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The BJU theatre arts department will present Pullman Car Hiawatha and The Long Christmas Dinner on Dec. 1-3 and 8-10. Show times for the two plays are scheduled for 7:30 p.m. Students can purchase tickets from the box office in Rodeheaver or online at bju.universitytickets.com. After the sold-out success of The Man Who Came to

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