Tag: Vol. 26 No. 5

Michaela Bixler attempts to block the Classics’ Leanne Cleveland. Photo: Emma Klak

Classics’ offense overpowers Tigers in two-game victory

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The Pi Delta Classics volleyball team showed their offensive firepower and quick defense Saturday as they beat the Theta Delta Omicron Tigers in two games, controlling play at the net and covering their court seamlessly. The Tigers fell into a quick 7-2 hole due to a flurry of hits from the Classics’ front and back

“Online churches” forgo in-person fellowship for Internet chatrooms

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In an age when most of us get the majority of our news, communication and entertainment from the Internet, it’s understandable that many young Christians are attracted to the idea of attending church online as well. Many churches now offer live-streaming of their services as an alternative to physically attending in a church building. Several

Ask the Collegian

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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

Dr. Michael Moore rehearses with the BJU Symphony Orchestra in preparation for tonight’s concert in Stratton Hall. Photo: Stephanie Greenwood

Passing on the baton

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The BJU Symphony Orchestra, under the direction of Dr. Michael Moore, will be giving its first concert of the semester tonight at 7 in Rodeheaver Auditorium. Each of the three pieces being performed represents a different part of the world and accurately portrays the theme: souvenirs from world travel. Dr. Michael Moore, head of the

Dr. Steve Figard assists a student as she works in the cancer research lab. Photo: Stephanie Greenwood

BJU’s new director of cancer research gives students first-hand access to research lab

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Biology majors have a new way to gain research experience under the leadership of BJU’s new cancer research director, Dr. Steve Figard. Dr. Figard worked in research and development for the diagnostics division of Abbott Laboratories in Chicago for the past 25 years. He now serves as the research director in the cancer research lab

Week at a glance

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Summer Ministry Conference Wednesday and Thursday, All Day It’s not even the middle of the semester yet, but students will have the chance to start planning for the summer this coming week. Students will be able to explore summer ministry opportunities Monday through Thursday during the Wilds Christian Camp recruitment and the Summer Ministry Conference.

Column: Relationships

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Like it or not, our lives revolve around relationships—our relationship with God, with our families and friends, with our significant others, and even our coworkers. These relationships stand ready on the tips of our tongues: they’re what we talk about. They’re where our minds go when they should be on the task at hand. They’re

Alpha’s Tommy Colavito goes up for a header against Pi Kappa’s Mark Allamon during Saturday’s game. Photo: Jacob Larsen

Razorbacks holds off Cobras, maintain undefeated record

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The Alpha Theta Pi Razorbacks’ soccer team won 1-0 against the Pi Kappa Cobras on Saturday afternoon. Both teams entered the game with high expectations, and it took overtime to decide the winner, with Razorbacks’ midfielder Aaron Iles scoring in the final two minutes to secure the victory. The Cobras attacked all game long as

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