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Bruins volleyball finishes inaugural spring season

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Similar to the other intercollegiate athletic teams, the Bob Jones University Lady Bruins women’s volleyball team has just finished its spring season. The Lady Bruins volleyball team is entering the program’s second season and is looking to replicate the success the women experienced last season. In their inaugural season, the Lady Bruins compiled a regular

Collegian claims 13 awards for year’s excellence

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The Collegian staff received 13 awards during the South Carolina Press Association’s annual meetings and awards presentation Friday, including third place for the paper’s general excellence. Staff of The Collegian, Clemson’s The Tiger, USC’s The Daily Gamecock and others attended the meetings hosted by Francis Marion University in Florence. The SCPA represents 13 collegiate newspapers

Diminish fear’s power over you, fully trust the unknowns to God

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“Never be afraid to trust an unknown future to a known God.” Many of us are familiar with this quote by Corrie ten Boom, a champion of faith who saved hundreds of Jewish lives during WWII. But how many of us actually understand what ten Boom was saying on a practical level. It’s easy to

Commencement Contests showcase talent

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University students are displaying their talents and skills in the final weeks of the semester through the annual Commencement Contests. The competitions, held by the School of Fine Arts and Communication, start earlier in the spring semester. The competition winners are announced at the end of each academic year. Students in the competitions create artwork

Column – 4/21/17

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I remember that moment so vividly. My heart was pounding and my palms were sweating. I knew it would be wrong, but I wanted to fit in—to blend in and to be like everyone else. I was 14, a freshman at the local public school in my hometown. I was sitting in drama class when

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