The Public Policy Organization hosted a forum on Sept. 26 to share the testimonies of participants or “dreamers” in the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program. Two BJU dreamers, one of whom wished to remain anonymous and Luis Morga, a freshman business administration major, were unable to attend but had their stories read by
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
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
With midterms closing in and projects flooding students’ schedules, many students probably would like some way to relax in the midst of the busy semester. This Homecoming weekend will provide multiple opportunities for fun and involvement, including the Bruins Family Game Show, the U.Day street fair and tailgating between the Bruins women’s and men’s soccer
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
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