The Lady Bruins basketball team take on Allen University. Photo by Holly Diller. 29.14
Lady Bruins defeat the Owls basketball team. Photo by Holly Diller. 29.13

Bruins sustain injuries, beat Owls 76-72 on Tuesday

The Lady Bruins were victorious after a hard back and forth game against Warren Wilson College Tuesday. The final score was 76-72, improving their season record to 12-10. Hannah Tomkins opened up the scoring with a three-pointer for the Bruins as the Owls and Bruins went back and forth. The Owls began to pull away,

Kyle Turner goes for a shot. 29.12 Photo by Holly Diller

Bruins fall to Wildcats in fifth straight loss

The Bob Jones University Bruins fell to the Johnson and Wales University Wildcats on Tuesday night at the Davis Field House. The Bruins’ 71-68 loss dropped their record to 6-5 on the season. The Bruins started strong in the first half as Tre’ Tipton won the tip off. The Bruins’ defense was fantastic in the

Brianna Delaney goes up for a lay up. Photo by Holly Diller 29.12

Lady Bruins bounce back with win over Wildcats

The Lady Bruins bounced back from a two-game losing streak with a big win on Tuesday night against Johnson and Wales University, defeating the Wildcats 76-52. In the first quarter,  senior Maggi Ford started the game quickly with back-to-back buckets, and the Lady Bruins moved the ball well and found open shots. On the defensive

Healthy food found at Walmart V 29.12 Photo by Kayla PIerce

Alternatives to traditional foods offer new options

The holiday season is one of the best times of the year for festive foods. However, those with special diets may not be able to enjoy many of the traditional recipes because of the ingredients they contain. But this does not mean they are left out from delicious dishes; modified recipes for long-time family favorites

Surrendering to fear leads to giving up critical thinking

The Daily News has caused quite a stir since the San Bernardino shooting, slamming Republican politicians for praying for the victims with a front page that screamed “GOD ISN’T FIXING THIS.” The issue attacked politicians who refuse to enact stricter gun-control laws, calling them cowards. (A few days later, it published another edition—complete with kittens

Students play games in the student center at Christmas time V 29.12 Photo by Kayla Pierce

‘Tis the season for making memories

Many people believe the myth that money buys happiness, especially during the holiday season. But the greatest gifts of Christmas aren’t the ones found under the tree. The memories made with friends and family will live long after the Christmas tree has been packed up and the lights have been taken off the house. Memory-making

Lighting Ceremony brightens campus

Bob Jones University will feature its annual Christmas lighting ceremony tonight at 6:30 p.m. with some additions to the usual lineup. Dr. Steve Pettit will perform an instrumental rendition of “Jingle Bells” on his mandolin; vocal ensemble Opus Six will perform “O Holy Night;” and the audience will sing the “Hallelujah Chorus” from Handel’s Messiah.

Thanksgiving traditions vary for students

With the month of November well on its way, many students are gearing up for the highlight of the month: Thanksgiving. For many students, Thanksgiving means going home and enjoying a week of family, friends and food. Some Bob Jones University students spend their breaks enjoying the quiet of campus because their homes are distant


Almost everyone chooses when to wake up, what and when to eat, what to wear and whom to associate with. Variations occur when boundaries and stipulations are in place, but ultimately everyone chooses who to be and what to look like to the world. “The choice is yours,” “make your own choice” and “follow your

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