Tag: Vol. 26 No. 7

Column: National epidemic

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A national epidemic is sweeping the United States of America. It’s something that our Founding Fathers could never have thought, or even wished, that our nation would ever suffer from. I’m reminded of this epidemic every time I log on to Facebook. It inundates my Instagram feed three or four times a day. It’s even

The Bruins’ men’s and women’s basketball teams practice in preparation for tonight’s Blue-White scrimmages. Photo: Amy Roukes

Let the games begin: Bruin Mania set to tip off BJU basketball season tonight

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The Bruins’ men’s and women’s basketball teams will officially open their inaugural seasons tonight at the Davis Field House with the first ever Bruin Mania, a Chick-fil-A-sponsored event involving inter-squad scrimmages, fan competitions and giveaways, player introductions and, of course, the mighty Bruin Nation. Spectators will have a chance to see players and coaches in

Bruin defender Abbe Mitchell steers the ball clear of the Suns’ offense during Monday’s victory. Photo: Stephanie Greenwood

Bruin women devour Suns in 13-0 blowout

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The Bruin women proved utterly dominant in Monday’s game against Florida Christian College, crushing the Suns 13-0 in an early afternoon game. Scoring early and often, the Bruins produced a goalfest bordering on the incredulous. The Bruins found the net only two minutes into the game when Lauren Peek took a fast pass from captain

BWM executive director to speak about missions

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Students of all classifications and majors are invited to learn more about the mission field during the “How to Prepare for the Mission Field” ministerial class meeting today at 10 a.m. in Stratton Hall. “We no doubt have many students interested in world missions who are not in the School of Religion or the seminary,”

Reaching out to demonstrate God’s love and holiness to homosexuals

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“I am speaking about a very sensitive issue. I would even wager to say that it is the most heated social issue of our day.” This is how Timothy Kurek introduces his book, The Cross in the Closet. The Cross in the Closet, which was released Oct. 11, chronicles Kurek’s one-year experience of pretending to be

Bruins merchandise available for purchase at the campus store. Photo: Stephanie Greenwood

Bruins Gear

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Students may have noticed the infusion of Bruins blue and brown into the color scheme of one another’s wardrobes, but few realize the story behind what goes into producing the new gear that has popped up all over campus and beyond. The Product Line As of July 1, Bruins merchandise has been a licensed collegiate

Members of Bob Jones College’s 1935 ministerial class pose for a photo at the school’s campus in Cleveland, Tenn. Photo: Submitted

Heritage Day to commemorate first ministerial classes, Dr. Bob Jones Sr.

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The years 1927 to 1947 were not only pivotal for the world, bringing the Great Depression and World War II, but also for Bob Jones College. The urgency of the times was reflected in the spirit of the College. These were the beginning years, full of growth and passion, especially for the seminary students. The

Week at a glance

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Horn and Trombone Choir Concert Tonight, 5 p.m., Stratton Hall BJU’s trombone and horn choirs will present a concert tonight in Stratton Hall at 5 p.m. The horn choir, featuring 10 French horn players, will perform three contemporary pieces specifically arranged for the instrument. The trombone choir, featuring 13 players, will play five pieces including

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