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Programming team ranks 4th in North America

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Bob Jones University’s intercollegiate programming team ranked fourth in an international computer programming competition held last month. The BJU programming team finished the 48-hour Hacker’s Rank University CodeSprint3 programming contest in 36 hours. While the students competed individually, each school that participated was ranked by the average of the top 10 scores from students in

Value of beauty, the arts diminished by modern society’s political agendas

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In an article on the devaluing of the arts in modern Western society, English philosopher Sir Roger Scruton made a saddening though insightful observation. “Beauty is vanishing from our world because we live as though it did not matter,” he wrote. Even at a place as dedicated to the arts as BJU, you don’t have

New professors join divisions of nursing, natural science

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This semester BJU welcomes Mrs. Kelly Crum as a professor in the Division of Nursing and Dr. David McKinney, associate professor in the Division of Natural Science. Crum said that she believes she was called to nursing from a young age. Because she was born with a cleft palate and lip, she said she has

Senior art students showcase dreams and imagination

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A small graduating class of only two studio art seniors, Euipyo Hong and Jordan Harbin, will display their artwork in the senior art exhibition opening Saturday, Oct. 14, from 6:30 p.m. to 8 p.m. Ross Shoe, framing and exhibition coordinator for the studio art program, is supervising the exhibition this semester. Shoe said the senior

Illustrious vocalist to present patriotic program

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World-renowned vocal star Denyce Graves will take the stage in the Founder’s Memorial Amphitorium on Oct. 19 at 8 p.m. for the first Concert, Opera and Drama Series program of the year. According to the Atlanta Journal Constitution, “If the human voice has the power to move you, you will be touched by Denyce Graves.”

Column 10/6/17

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I have a confession to make: I lied to two RAs in the past week. Of course, this shouldn’t be surprising to anyone, considering that I, like the rest of humanity, have a fallen nature that wants to sin. While I didn’t think it was necessary to confess my fib to them on the spot,

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