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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

Science students present cancer research in Columbia

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Paige Heiple and Lauren Watts, senior BJU students, presented a research project at Southeastern Undergraduate Research Conference in Columbia, S.C., on Jan. 27 and 28. Their report was one of only 12 oral presentations out of the 62 teams attending SURC. Heiple and Watts, both biochemistry and molecular biology majors, presented their findings on the

Venice

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University chancellor Dr. Bob Jones III will perform the role of Shylock, moneylender and chief antagonist in Shakespeare’s play The Merchant of Venice, in three performances Thursday, Friday and Saturday in Rodeheaver Auditorium. The play is directed by Jeff Stegall of the theatre arts department who will also play the role of Antonio.  According to

Column – 3/10/17

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The summer of my freshman year I was a hostess at a brick oven pizza restaurant. The pay was minimal and I didn’t make tips, but I slept till 9 a.m. and had unlimited bread rolls. Located in Boston, the restaurant shared a plaza with a local ice cream chain, a liquor store, a CVS

Bruins basketball teams wrap up successful season

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There is plenty to be excited about for BJU Bruins basketball as both the men’s and women’s teams won regional championship titles. The men’s team finished the regular season with an overall record of 12-18 and 4-3 in conference games. The men’s team was the No. 1 overall seed in the NCCAA Division II South

Bruin Daze

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During the entire week of March 6, BJU is launching its first Bruin Daze. The event was created as a reinvention of the Gold Rush Daze many BJU alumni celebrated years ago. Several campus events will be held throughout the week, including a blood drive, a food drive and a campus-wide game of tag. Student

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