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Miracle Hill to honor foster care workers, families

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Miracle Hill will be hosting its 80th Anniversary Fundraising Gala on March 21. The event will be from 5:30 to 8:30 p.m. at the TD Convention Center in Greenville. Miracle Hill helps underprivileged families in Greenville and the surrounding areas. This banquet will honor the foster care workers and other families involved in Miracle Hill’s

First Bruins coach LeViere shares basketball passion

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When Bob Jones University added intercollegiate sports in 2012, basketball and soccer were the first two sports to be included in the Bruins program. The first coach that BJU hired as a Bruins coach was Mike LeViere, who now coaches the Bruins women’s basketball team. LeViere grew up in Midland, Michigan. LeViere said his father,

GA position changes increase program value

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Are you interested in graduate school at BJU? Interested in working as a graduate assistant or graduate student worker? Well, now is the time to apply for your future graduate program, student worker scholarships and graduate assistant positions. If you are a new or returning graduate student, the process to apply for potential graduate assistant

Don’t let difficult circumstances deter you from your passions

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By 8 years old prodigy rock climber Hugh Herr had scaled the face of the 11,627-foot  Mount Temple in the Canadian Rockies. By 17 he was acknowledged to be one of the best climbers in the United States. However, Herr’s life changed drastically when at 17 he and a friend got caught in a blizzard

Robotics team constructs, reconfigures 3 Robots

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The BJU robotics team will present two robots—Lazarus and Bruin 2—at the Intelligent Ground Vehicle Competition in Rochester, Michigan, from June 2 to 5. Fleet Belknap, freshman engineering student and team member, said the robot Lazarus will navigate between white lines and barrels using GPS waypoints to navigate to an end destination. Lazarus is a

Stop judging, comparing—base your worth on what God says

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Confidence. Beauty. Self-esteem. These may come naturally for some, or not so much for others. We live in a country obsessed with how we look and how we feel about ourselves.  We rate people’s level of attractiveness in our minds, or worse, aloud. We compare our beauty to theirs, making ourselves feel better or worse.

Women’s teams prepare for water polo playoffs

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While spring semester society sports are dominated by basketball and volleyball, minor sports such as water polo are sometimes forgotten. Water polo pits two teams of seven against each other, each side consisting of six field players and one goalkeeper. All field players play both offense and defense with the intent of throwing the ball

Intramural volleyball sets in for spring season

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With society basketball season coming to a close, society volleyball is taking the center stage for intramural athletics at Bob Jones University. The regular season for men’s and women’s intramural volleyball officially starts on March 3 and will end on April 1 this year. A playoff for the volleyball season will begin immediately after the

BJU secures tax-exempt status after 34 years

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“When I came here as president and I met with our cabinet in our first meeting, I made it very clear where I stood on the race issue,” President Steve Pettit said Wednesday, Feb. 15, during the 2017 Bible Conference. “And so I decided at that time we were going to seek back our tax-exempt status

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