Tag: Vol. 26 No. 9

Column: Living for others

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There are some things in life that even a physicist can’t explain. Einstein was brilliant, but E=mc2 can’t solve everything. Beyond the mysteries of quantum mechanics lie even more puzzling equations: people. How do we interact?

Rise of social media adds new perspective to this year

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In just a few days, millions of Americans will turn out to vote a president into office for the next four years. While most of us might be tired of the constant political talk, this campaign cycle has differed in a good way from past presidential races. The 2012 election saw the rise and pervasiveness

WBJU staff members rehearse for Tuesday night’s election broadcast, which will alternate between political coverage from CNN and WBJU. Photo: Jacob Larsen

WBJU staff prepping for historic Election Night broadcast

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The next president of the United States will be elected Tuesday, and WBJU will host an event that will keep students informed about what’s going on at the polls, whether the swing states have voted red or blue and ultimately which man will occupy the Oval Office for the next four years. “Decision 2012: Final

A piece by Mrs. Michelle Radford is displayed in the Sargent Art Building as part of the Faculty Art Show. Photo: Emma Klak

Faculty art exhibit to feature collection of widely diverse pieces, mediums and styles

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The works of three members of BJU’s art faculty will be on display beginning Monday in the Sargent Art Building. The exhibit will feature works by two established BJU art faculty members, Mr. Mike Slattery and Mrs. Michelle Radford, and will also showcase the work of first-year BJU art faculty member Mr. Ross Shoe, who

Alpha proves dominance with key wins over Zeta Chi, Pi Gamma

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The Alpha Theta Pi Razorbacks overcame the two greatest obstacles of their regular soccer season last week, defeating both the Epsilon Zeta Chi Tornadoes and the Pi Gamma Royals 2-1 on Monday and Saturday, respectively.

Defender Jill Iles protects the ball from the Hawks’ Shauna Anderson during Senior Night. The team has now won five of its past seven games. Photo: Emma Klak

Despite early setbacks, Bruins ground Hawks on Senior Night

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The Bruin women overcame an early deficit during last Friday’s Senior Night to beat the Chowan University Hawks 3-1. Chowan, which plays at the NCAA Division II level, came out strong in the first half. Hawks forwards Erica Wagnon and Erica Jefferson led the offense, getting off a goal shot minutes into the game that

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