Tag: Vol. 26 No. 12

Dr. Dan Turner leads the Symphonic Wind Band during a rehearsal for tonight’s concert. Photo: Stephanie Greenwood

Wind band to premiere new work by BJU grad

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Under the direction of Dr. Dan Turner, the Symphonic Wind Band will perform its annual post-lighting ceremony concert tonight at 7:30 in Rodeheaver Auditorium.

Thousands of Christmas lights illuminate front campus at last year’s lighting ceremony. Photo: Photo Services

It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas: Lighting ceremony to commence Christmas holiday on campus

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The BJU campus will soon transform into one of the most festive sites in Greenville. The annual Christmas carol sing and lighting ceremony will take place tonight on front campus, where more than 120,000 lights will be lit in festive fashion. The evening will begin with a concert at 6:15 performed by the University Singers

Even though funnel cakes are the most popular offering at Funnelicious, the restaurant serves countless other fried concoctions. Photo: 
 Emma Klak

A dessert lover’s dream come true: At Funnelicious, everything tastes better when fried

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Funnel cakes. Need I say more? These sweet doughy treats have been a favorite at festivals, theme parks, carnivals and sporting events for years. And thanks to Mike and Melinda Pennington, owners of Funnelicious, a restaurant that specializes in deep fried foods, you no longer have to wait for the next game or carnival to

Column: Goodbyes

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There’s a scene in The Sound of Music (I know I’ve just lost half of my readership already) where all the von Trapp kids sing this long, drawn-out song before they go to bed—you know, the one about “so long, farewell, Auf Wiedersehen, adieu because Nazis are trying to kill us, etc.”? It’s a pretty silly song,

Sandy devastation triggers debate over relief for illegals

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In the aftermath of the destruction left by Hurricane Sandy, which hit the Northeast a few weeks ago, a new and pressing issue has emerged concerning the rights of illegal immigrants and federal aid. Recent reports by NPR and the New York Daily News show that illegal immigrants in the United States are unable to access financial

Bruin forward Kyle Turner goes up for a shot against three Lions defenders. Photo: Jacob Larsen

Bruins men bested by Emmanuel College Lions in home opener

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The Bruins men’s basketball team had home court advantage for the first time this season when they faced the Emmanuel College Lions Tuesday night. In the end, poor free-throw shooting hurt the Bruins, and the Lions came away with a 52-39 win.

Kim Spiecker maintains control of the ball during Tuesday night’s home opener. Photo:  Jacob Larsen

Lions use defensive pressure to beat Bruins women at home

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The Bruins women fell to the Emmanuel College Lions 75-54 in Tuesday’s home opener. In spite of the loss, the home crowd in the Davis Field House was a welcome break for the players, who had spent the past eight games on the road. “We were really excited to show the students how far we’ve

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Week at a glance

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Opus 6 Concerts Tonight, 5 p.m., M&G and 6:30 p.m., Lighting Ceremony Made up of six BJU undergraduate and graduate students, the Opus 6 ensemble will perform an assortment of Christmas carols tonight at the Museum & Gallery’s “Christmas Music with the Masters” event from 5 to 6 p.m. Later this evening, the ensemble will

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