Over the upcoming weeks, students will have the opportunity to learn valuable leadership skills through a series of workshops sponsored by the Center for Leadership Development.
“Budget.” The word itself reminds most people, particularly college students, of the disagreeable tension between paying for today’s expenses and saving for tomorrow’s goals. Thousands of books and articles have been written. . .
Although one of the least known of the more than 60 majors at BJU, actuarial science leads to an exciting career — one that involves risk in everyday life.
As gluten-free, vegan and vegetarian diets become increasingly prevalent, restaurants have begun to cater to these special diets. Here are some of The Collegian‘s favorite Greenville restaurants with menus that are a specialty dieter’s dream.
NBA announces 2014 All-Star selections, the 2014 Winter Olympics begin Feb. 7, and Kain Colter announces first ever union for college athletes.
BJU president’s MLK Day address reflects desire to embrace mission of cultural diversity, unity in Christ
“Where there is neither Greek nor Jew, circumcision nor uncircumcision, Barbarian, Scythian, bond nor free: but Christ is all, and in all.” Colossians 3:11
University Ski Trip, Career Fair, and Fine Dining Ticket Sales.
The Answers in Genesis debate between Ken Ham and Bill Nye will be shown live on BJU’s campus, and a faculty panel will conduct an on-screen social media discussion during the webcast.
The first Vespers of the semester will dramatize what forgiveness in the midst of trials truly means.
The Bruins men took the court Saturday night looking for retribution against Pensacola Christian College, winning 76-66.