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People acting out "The Man Who Came to Dinner." Photo by Rebecca Snyder 30.5

The Man Who Came to Dinner to provide comic relief

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The Man Who Came to Dinner, a classic addition to modern American theater, is coming to Bob Jones University. This three-act comedy originally debuted in New York City in 1939 and was performed more than 700 times in just one theater. Imagine if your worst house guest got stranded at your home for several days.

BJU students to assist Buddy Walk for Down Syndrome

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On Saturday, Oct. 22, 2016, the Bob Jones University family  will have an opportunity to show the love of Christ to the Greenville community. The Center for Leadership Development is participating for the first time with the Down Syndrome Family Alliance of Greenville for the annual Buddy Walk. The South Carolina Buddy Walk, which appropriately

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Freshman floors develop camaraderie

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Thousands of graduates who have gone through Bob Jones University have called the residence halls home and share a similar dorm experience. From the coveted bottom of the double bed to the signature wood furniture, not much has changed in recent history.    But last year’s announcement of the freshman floor has shaken up residence

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As human beings, we like to pride ourselves on being innovative. We like to pride ourselves on how far we have come as a society and how many primitive ideas we’ve left behind. No human element is more receptive of praise for its modernization than science. Through science, we have discovered how to prevent illness

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Rest, diet and exercise: how to deal with college stress

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About six weeks into the semester, the stress levels have begun to rise. Those first tests have come and gone, the projects are piling up and midterms are fast approaching. Without proper management of this stress, students’ health and happiness may be at risk. Most students would readily admit to feeling overwhelmed to some degree.

Photo of the Bruins Cross Country comptetiion at Furman Univerity. Photo by Derek Eckenroth, 2016

Cross-country teams race toward regional championship

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The Bruins cross-country teams are heading into a crucial month for their success. Head coach Landon Bright said the cross-country teams need October to be a quality month of training and performance. The team has done really well so far, Bright said. “The men’s team will look strong by the end of the season.” The

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Southern Pressed Juicery brings healthy to Greenville

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Healthy is in. Pictures of green smoothies and yogurt bowls are scattered across social media. Juiceries have taken cities by storm, and Greenville is no exception. Right off  North Main Street on West Washington Street lies Southern Pressed Juicery, a small locally-owned restaurant full of bright greens and warm wooden browns. A small fridge to

Comparing yourself to others: a detriment to your happiness

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We compare grades, friends, relationships, clothes and even levels of spirituality. These are all too common comparisons at Bob Jones University. Living in an environment that challenges students to be their best is a growing experience. This growth is vital to our futures as responsible, hardworking adults. But we too often translate my best to

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