Tag: Vol. 26 No. 3

BJU demographics.  Design: Ryan Thompson; Text: Jessi Hargett

From across the globe to Greenville: International students experience cultural changes

As students introduce themselves in class, society, prayer group and chapel, certain personal facts spark interest in those listening. Students who say they are from outside the United States get different reactions from their peers—“ooohs” and “aahs” or maybe a flood of questions. International students studying at BJU comprise about seven percent of the student

Column: Finishing well

At any level of athletics, coming from behind to win a game is the most exciting victory an athlete can experience. Dominating performances are great, but hitting a buzzer beater, kicking a field goal as time expires, scoring a goal in stoppage time or launching a walk-off home run can’t be beat. In the 2008

Ask the Collegian

We’ve all been there—from the time you didn’t know if your outfit matched to the time your significant other abruptly changed his mind about your relationship to the time your pet hamster died. Picture all those times you’ve needed sound advice but didn’t think your friends would understand. Well, the Collegian staff understands, and we’re here to

Grizzlies too much to handle for Bruins

The BJU Bruins traveled two hours to Lawrenceville, Ga., to play the Georgia Gwinnett College Grizzlies Saturday. GGC entered the game undefeated, but BJU was riding a winning streak as the two teams played a physical and fast-paced match. The talented Grizzlies proved too much for the Bruins and came away with the 2-0 victory.

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Meet ‘The Collegian’

Made up of: 11 Seniors 9 Juniors 3 Sophomores Top majors: Graphic Design Journalism & Mass Communication English Collegian staff members come from 15 different states within the U.S. and two countries (Canada and Thailand). The process of producing each issue of The Collegian begins three weeks before the paper is printed and distributed and goes through multiple

Column: Disney

I adore the wonderful world of Disney: the classic movies, the Minnie Mouse ears sparkling with sequins, the enchanting princesses and a sprinkle of Tinker Bell’s pixie dust. I follow Disney on Facebook and Twitter and read blogs about the new addition to Disney World scheduled to open this year. I can’t walk past The

Senior cinema production major Justin Snyder brainstorms 
ideas for his Bake-Off script.     Photo: Stephanie Greenwood

Bake-Off combines writing, theatrics with spontaneity

Picture this: you want to bake a batch of cookies, but you don’t have a recipe. So you estimate ingredient proportions. You stir in a tablespoon of salt instead of a teaspoon and you grab baking powder instead of baking soda. What will you end up with? A complete disaster and ruined cookies to boot.

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