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Flashback: A look at the history of on-campus communication

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Methods of communication around the world have greatly evolved in the past 50 years, and communication across BJU’s campus is no exception. Back in the early days at BJU, written communication was key, making the post office essential for long-distance as well as across-campus communication. Dr. Phil Smith, a retired BJU administrator, recalls that the

Second ‘Seniors on Stage’ event to showcase student talent

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Lights! Camera! Talent! Seniors on Stage is back. The senior class will hold the second Seniors on Stage talent competition March 14 to raise funds for this year’s senior class gift. Any student currently attending BJU, both undergraduate and graduate, can enter by signing up on the Seniors on Stage Facebook page. In 2013, with

Front and Center: Student services to take new seat in Student Center

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Students love the new Den and Cuppa Jones setup, and now the Student Center is in for another big change: the executive offices, along with other student services, will be moving to the Riley and Edwards rooms of the Student Center. Steve Hensley, the University’s chief facilities management officer, said this move is a student-centric

New department strives to maximize student success

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The Center for Learning and Academic Services is a new multifaceted department that exists to help students succeed academically at Bob Jones University and in their future careers. The Center for Learning and Academic Services encompasses three existing departments: Mack Library, First-year Experience and  the Academic Resource Center, in addition to the new Center for

Dr. Sam Horn takes up new administrative position at BJU

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This January, Dr. Sam Horn began working as BJU’s first Vice President for Ministerial Advancement. BJU President Dr. Steve Pettit and Horn said the goal of the new position is to re-energize the ministerial aspects of the University. “The ministerial training has been one of the heartbeats of the University since its founding,” Horn said. “And one of

Choirs, orchestra to perform Handel’s Messiah

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Three of BJU’s choirs, along with the BJU Symphony Orchestra, will perform a Bob Jones University Christmas tradition tonight at 7:30 in Rodeheaver Auditorium: a collaborative performance of Handel’s Messiah. Messiah, an oratorio composed by George Frideric Handel in only 24 days, is a large-scale vocal and orchestral work narrating the birth, death, burial and

M&G: more than just art

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Most BJU students know BJU’s Museum & Gallery from the brief tour they took as freshmen as part of the Introduction to the Arts course. But what students may not know is just how many opportunities the museum offers to learn, think, create and observe. Erin Jones, director of the M&G, describes the museum as

Merit pages provide showcase for excellence

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Have you ever Googled your name? If so, you’ve probably noticed that you have a BJU Merit page. But what exactly is a Merit page? Used by more than 500 institutions across the country, Merit is valuable marketing software that offers personalized online Web pages where students can share achievements, activities and work experience with

Heritage Day Chapel to highlight founder’s passion

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For the BJU campus, Heritage Day chapel is an opportunity to learn more about the University’s foundations and founder, Dr. Bob Jones Sr. This semester’s 30-minute presentation, titled SEEDS, will take place during the chapel hour next Thursday and will highlight the life of Dr. Bob Sr. before he founded BJU. “I wanted to look

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