Cantus, the full-time professional vocal chamber ensemble declared “the premier men’s vocal ensemble in the United States” by Fanfare Magazine, will perform a concert in BJU’s Founder’s Memorial Amphitorium Tuesday at 8 p.m. This nine-member group is known for its innovative concert programming. Rebecca Davis, who handles public relations for the group, said Cantus will
As the nation paused to remember the tragic events of Sept. 11, 2001, the student body at Bob Jones University did its part to ensure that America would not forget the day that changed the lives of so many forever.
The Student Leadership Council hopes you will “like” their first activity of the year: an InstaMeet.
The highly anticipated creation-evolution debate was broadcast live on campus in a filled-to-capacity Stratton Hall with a Twitter feed shown on an accompanying screen.
The BJU Bruins intercollegiate soccer team went into Wednesday afternoon’s game against the Montreat University Cavaliers with rolling momentum, but that momentum fell short, as they lost 0-1.
The South Carolina state government had a real presence on the BJU campus on Thursday, Sept. 19, with State Treasurer Curtis Loftis and State Attorney General Alan G. Wilson both speaking to students throughout the day. Loftis, who was hosted by Dr. Erin Hutton, a faculty member in BJU’s School of Business, spoke to two
BJU participated in its first golf tournament on Monday and Tuesday, Sept. 9–10, at the Orchard Golf and Country Club in Clarkesville, Ga., playing against Piedmont College, Covenant College and Truett-McConnell.
Hobby Lobby president Steve Green took to the podium in the FMA on Monday, Feb. 25, to speak to a crowd of more than 3,000 people, including 100 Hobby Lobby employees.
All the highlights from Seniors on Stage, the first talent show of its kind at BJU.