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Keeping your commitments: an important test of character

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Commitment. According to Merriam-Webster’s dictionary, commitment has a three-fold definition: 1. A promise to do or give something. 2. A promise to be loyal to someone or something. 3. The attitude of someone who works very hard to do or support something. In a selfish society  that promotes personal gain as most important, responsibility, obligation

The shooting team takes aim.

Shooting team adds new dimension to Bruins athletics

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Since Bob Jones University reentered intercollegiate sports in 2012, several new teams have been added to the Bruins athletics including intercollegiate shooting. Dr. Mike Wilkie, coach of the Bruins shooting team, brings an extensive amount of experience to his coaching. Since 1988, Wilkie has served in several different law enforcement positions, including training with the

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BJU tributes victims of 9/11 attacks

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For 15 years, Sept. 11 has been a somber day for the United States. This year, BJU commemorated that tragic day with a 2,977-flag display at the main campus entrance—one flag for every victim. Although The University places flags on the front of campus every year in honor of those who died, this year’s display

Student Organization Forum to unify

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This year on campus, representatives from a vast number of student organizations will meet together six to eight times annually in what has been named the Student Organizations Forum. This committee, made up of roughly one or two delegates from about 26 organizations, will come together to unite the campus of BJU in a whole

Intramural schedule changes to enhance athletic unity

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As the 2016-2017 academic year begins, students will notice changes in the way society sports are being scheduled. According to intramural directors, these changes work toward maximizing intramural schedules and the efficiency of the Davis Field House personnel as well as creating continuity and equity in the intramural program. Mike LeViere, director of intramural sports,

Evangelicals and Politics: forum to inform BJU students

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On Nov. 8, evangelicals across the country will be faced with a difficult decision that will determine the course of America’s future. Though a few seniors may have voted in the 2012 election, this is, for most BJU students, the first presidential election in which they’ll have the opportunity to cast votes. Dr. Gary Weier,

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Celebrating the 30th anniversary year of The Collegian

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Reading about campus events and student opinions in The Collegian is commonplace on a weekly basis today, but years ago BJU did not have a student-run newspaper.  This year marks the 30th  year of publication of the campus paper that has become such an integral part of BJU campus life. The newspaper originally began both

Striking a chord: Student discusses traveling to play marimba

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If you see John Gaal, a senior orchestral instrument performance major, the first thing you might notice is his hands. He has four pronounced calluses: one each on the palms and knuckles of both hands that have developed from his marimba mallets rubbing against his skin during countless hours of practice and performance. Students witnessed

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