Tag: Vol. 26 No. 10

President Barack Obama, his wife Michele and his daughters Sasha and Malia greet supporters in Chicago at an election day watch party in the McCormick Place Convention Center.
Photo: © Ralf-Finn Hestoft/Corbis

Four more years: Obama wins re-election

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Propelled by wins in key battleground states, President Barack Obama decisively won a second term in the White House Tuesday night.

New York City Marathon cancellation outrages some, brings hope to others

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When New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg announced last Friday that Sunday’s marathon in the city would be canceled due to the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy, two distinct reactions emerged. One came from relieved NYC residents, who had fought to see the race canceled or postponed until the city was in a safer, more recovered

Column: Football

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“Down … set … hike!” barked the gruff voice of my grandfather as I sprang away from the old shoe serving as the line of scrimmage. It was fourth and long, but more importantly, it was fourth and dinner. My mom had long since warned us of the repercussions of being late to Thanksgiving dinner (namely

Members of the Drama in Singing class rehearse a scene from Menotti’s The Old Maid and the Thief. Photo: Emma Klak

‘Old Maid’ to show humorous side of opera

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A one-act opera about an aging spinster and her maid, their inquisitive neighbor and a mysterious, eligible bachelor who has recently come to town—what’s not to like?

Even though it’s more than 20 years old, Stax Omega continues to attract customers from all over the Greenville area. Photo: Luke Cleland

A Greenville standby still maintains its legendary status

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For many students at BJU, particularly freshmen, the Greenville area is brand new. For some—after spending three or four years at the University—the community is like a second home. Whichever category you fall into, Stax Omega is a community landmark that is well worth a visit. Located on Orchard Park Drive near the intersection of

Mr. Ron Pyle plays the title role in the Classic Players’ production of Richard III, which features designs from several different historical eras. Photo: Emma Klak

Reimagining history: New production of ‘Richard III’ revels in originality, draws inspiration from broad variety of time periods

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The Classic Players’ production of Richard III, designed and directed by Mr. Jeff Stegall of the dramatic arts faculty, will be performed Wednesday through Friday at 8 p.m. in Rodeheaver Auditorium.

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Week at a glance

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Placement Tests for II Semester begin Monday Check the II Semester Registration Guide for details. Double Absences begin Monday Double absences start on Monday and will be in effect until the end of the semester. Résumé and Interview Workshop Monday, 5 p.m., Levinson Hall It’s here again—the opportunity to perfect your résumé and learn how

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