Tag: Vol. 26 No. 6

Column: Professional Sports

“They get paid HOW much just for playing a game for a living? How come those of us with real jobs don’t even make a fraction of that?” All right, let’s just admit it: we’ve all decried the gigantic, fiscally gluttonous monster that is American professional sports. And yes, the revenue gained from sports is,

Week at a glance

Farm Fest Saturday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. About 1,200 teenagers will gather tomorrow at a BJU grad’s local farm to experience a day of fun activities and spiritual growth. The event, which begins at 9 a.m. and ends at 5 p.m., includes a variety of out-door activities ranging from a volleyball tournament to a

Column: Imagination

Imagination is one of the most magical faculties of the human mind. You can create worlds out of thin air, predict future events based on past experience or compose songs and stories—all inside your head. When I was a kid—and I know I’m not the only one—I had a very active imagination. I miss the time

The Bruins’ Deanna Howard takes on defenders from the Cougars during Saturday night’s game. Photos: Amy Roukes

Bruin women crush Wildcats, fall to Cougars

The Bruin women’s soccer team played twice in three days, losing to Clearwater on Saturday but beating Johnson University on Monday, extending their record to 3-7 in the season thus far. Clearwater – The Bruins played hard against Clearwater Christian College Saturday night but came up short, falling to the Cougars by a slim margin of

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