Tag: Vol. 26 No. 26

New serving stations are slated to be constructed in BJU’s dining common this summer.    Detailed Rendering: Submitted

Campus Construction: Summer renovations to improve buildings, appearance

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While BJU students are enjoying summer vacation, Facilities Management and outside contractors will be hard at work to make improvements on campus. Both the visible and subtle summer renovations across campus will make students’ time here safer, more comfortable and more enjoyable.

Seniors Anna Brown and David Baral prepare arguments for the upcoming debate.    Photo: Luke Cleland

Students to debate gun control in championship

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The University Debate Association will have its championship tournament on Tuesday night, April 23, at 7 p.m. in Stratton Hall. Participants will debate gun control, specifically assault weapons.

Luke Cleland, Mr. Ron Pyle, Stephen Pettit and Justin Snyder review footage during a film shoot.     Photo: Submitted

Senior cinema majors to present student films

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Have you ever wanted to know a film actor? There is a good chance that you may know someone on campus who is, or at least will be, after the senior cinema majors’ film showing. The show will be on April 27 at 7 p.m. in Stratton Hall and admission is free.

Column: The weather

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All of you “Greenvillians” or probably any South Carolinian knows that the weather here is about as constant as a junior high dating relationship (and those of you from elsewhere are quickly learning this fact).

Zeta Alpha’s Joshua Bourg jumps to block a spike from Beta’s Caleb Sowers.     Photo: Cayla Smith

Zeta Alpha takes match in four sets, defeats Beta

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Strong setting and covering in tight spots helped the Zeta Alpha Skyhawks as they beat the Beta Gamma Patriots in four sets during Monday night’s volleyball game.

Around the World

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Trey Burke is leaving for the NBA, the Braves are off to a great start in the MLB, Adam Scott wins the Masters, and the victims of the Boston Marathon bombing need continued prayer.

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