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Language hall participants reflect on experience

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The closing of an academic year is a figurative “closing of the books” for many areas of campus life. For about 45 students living on language halls, this year marks the completion of BJU’s first-ever language hall program. The University created language halls as a part of an overarching effort to connect various aspects of

Consider the future: budget, save for retirement

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For many college students, it’s difficult to think about saving for retirement. The primary financial goal of most students is to graduate college with the least amount of debt possible. But in today’s economy, it’s ideal to start considering retirement sooner rather than later. Bill Burkholder, a professor in BJU’s School of Business, is familiar

Volunteers to touch hearts at Special Olympics events

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The 2017 Greenville Special Olympics are upon us! The Community Service Council is looking for 55 volunteers to enjoy this unique opportunity to create wonderful memories for children in need. On Wednesday, April 19, the 2017 Spring Games will begin. This year’s Special Olympics for the Upstate area will feature hundreds of athletes competing in

How to make your New Year’s resolutions last all year

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Only about 40 percent of Americans make resolutions each year. However, according to StatisticBrain.com, 40 percent of those people abandon their resolutions by the end of January. If you’ve made it through the first month of 2017 and managed to keep your New Year’s resolution intact, congratulations! You’re among 60 percent of Americans who have

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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