“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 two kinds of values people are seeking in life. On one hand, there are the resume virtues, which Brooks describes as “the skills you bring to the marketplace.” These

The Hub opens to hold finanical aid, records office, and more for easy access for students. 29.04 Photo by Holly Diller

The Hub to combine student services in one location

After a long summer under construction, the former Riley Room has been transformed into the new Student Services Hub, the centralized location for the student services previously offered in the Administration Building. Now instead of having to search for assistance among multiple offices, students can get help in one location from 8 a.m. to 5

Where is God in tragedy?

On Thursday, Oct. 1, a gunman entered Umpqua Community College in Roseburg, Oregon, and killed 9 people in classrooms while injuring seven others. According to witnesses, the gunman  made students stand up if they identified as a Christian. One of the injured students recalled that the gunman said “Good, because you’re a Christian, you’re going

Gold places third in tough tourney

Despite Micah Gold’s third place finish, the Bruins’ men’s golf team came in eighth place overall at the Union College Bulldog Invitational Tournament in Pineville, Kentucky. The Bruins traveled to The Wasioto Winds Golf Course to compete against St. Andrews University, Montreat College, Bryan College, Milligan College, Savannah College of Art and Design and Berea

Linkedin, Facebook, and other social media sites grow to help promote professional networkings. 29.02 Photo by Holly Diller

Social media knowledge is essential for jobseekers

If you’re a college student, chances are you’ve grown up with social media, and as you’ve matured and grown, so too has social media, which has slowly become a bigger and bigger part of everyday life. The disorganized landscape was once a novel place to share information with friends and family, but now it has

Faculty Spotlight: Melanie Schell and Nicholas Gothard

This fall two new professors joined the science division at BJU: Mrs. Melanie Schell and Dr. Nicholas Gothard. Melanie Schell Schell, who is an assistant professor of natural science and nutrition, is teaching two courses on nutrition this semester. Schell knows BJU well; she graduated from BJU with a degree in family and consumer science


U.S. Army Field Band to play at BJU

The United States Army Field Band’s Concert Band and choir, the Soldiers’ Chorus, will be coming to BJU on Saturday, Oct. 17, for a concert at 2 p.m. in Rodeheaver Auditorium. Formed at the end of World War II, the Field Band has a long history of charming its listeners through music. According to www.armyfieldband.com,

Bruins defeat the Eagles 3-2, McCarty scores game winner

The Bob Jones University Bruins defeated the Reinhardt University Eagles to earn a 3-2 win on Tuesday night. A late goal by senior captain Ryan McCarty improved BJU’s record to 4-2 on the season. The Bruins possessed the ball early on, but the Eagles countered as Alan Barikos tracked down a long pass but fired

Use discernment when showing support

The Christian faith is a common theme and hot topic that seems to be touched on by all of the GOP presidential candidates in one way or another. Most of the candidates have expressed a level of involvement in religion to some extent, whether as a professing Christian or claiming a Protestant association. Although a

Bob Jones offers Smart Thinking, an online tutor resource for students, in the Academic Center. 29.02 Photo by Stephen Dysert.

Smarthinking provides free online tutoring to students

A new tool now available on BJU Online combines tutoring help with flexibility and technological advancement. The University has partnered with Pearson Education™ and Smarthinking, Inc. to bring Smarthinking on-demand tutoring, a free service designed specifically for hectic student schedules, to the course pages this semester. Dr. Lisa Midcalf, the director of the Academic Resource

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