Vol. 27 No. 20

March 7, 2014

Due South: where coffee meets artistry

Tucked away in the Taylors Mill Properties, Due South Coffee Roasters specializes in the process of creating artisan coffee, taking it from the tree to your cup.
March 7, 2014

Bruins golf tees off for spring season, seeks continued improvement

The onset of spring and the close of basketball season usher in a new set of Bruins sports, and golf will take the spotlight. The Bruins’ golf team saw ups and downs during the fall season, but improvement was evident, and the team is optimistic.
March 7, 2014

Young boy losing his sight represents value of rejoicing in day-to-day blessings

Twelve-year-old Louie Corbett will soon be blind. Suffering from an accelerated case of retinitis pigmentosa, Louie has lost 50 percent of his vision within the last year.
March 7, 2014

Week at a Glance

Daylight Saving Time Begins, Midterm Grade Reports, Chamber String Orchestra, and Choosing a Major Seminar.
March 7, 2014

Bible Conference offering to fund remodel of Campus Store, Snack Shop

An exciting change in the Student Center is anticipated next semester with the renovation of the BJU Snack Shop and Campus Store.
March 7, 2014

Sports Blurbs

LeBron James leads his team to victory over the Charlotte Bobcats, the Florida Gators take first place in the Associated Press poll, and Newcastle's manager Alan Pardew is fined and warned for poor sportsmanship.
March 7, 2014

Rams remain undefeated against Patriots with narrow 40-37 victory

The Phi Kappa Pi Rams remained unbeaten last Friday night, as they took on the Beta Gamma Delta Patriots in their second meeting of the season. The Rams, who narrowly defeated the Patriots in their previous encounter, found a way to edge past the Patriots again, this time 40-37.
March 7, 2014

Women’s soccer trains in offseason, ties USC Beaufort at weekend game

The Bruins women squared off against USC Beaufort last Saturday in an offseason friendly and managed a tie against the NAIA DI Sand Sharks. Tori Anderson anchored the defense with eight crucial saves, and the Bruins nearly won the game on several occasions with offensive close calls.
March 7, 2014

Comic: Seth Meets Aimee

March 7, 2014

Faculty tell stories of “back in the day” at BJU

Mrs. Bonney Block arrived at BJU as a freshman in the fall of 1972, taught at the Academy for 34 years, and now works as the supervisor of the periodicals department in Mack Library.
March 7, 2014

Photostory: Christian Living Book Recommendations

The Collegian staff asked various members of the university family for their top Christian living book recommendations for BJU students.
March 7, 2014

Chamber String concert to feature dramatic pieces

The Chamber String Orchestra under the direction of Dr. Yuriy Leonovich will present a concert in Stratton Hall on Wednesday, March 12, at 5 p.m.
March 7, 2014

Talkback: What was your favorite childhood movie?

Tiffany Smith, David Johns, Katie Neal, David Smith and Meredith Hamilton answer this week's question.
March 7, 2014

Column: Motivation

When the whistle blew at the end of regulation in Game 7 of the NBA Finals between the San Antonio Spurs and the Miami Heat, the 15 members of the winning team were rewarded with the most coveted trophy in basketball. . .
March 7, 2014

Team Austria cooks winning dish at international food fair

If you had walked into the International Food Competition on March 1, your nose may have been a little disoriented at first.
March 7, 2014

Fresh ideas for spicing up society, boosting member involvement

If society has lost some of its luster for you, perhaps it’s because you’re viewing it from the wrong angle.
March 7, 2014

Cavaliers halt Tornado winning streak, win by 11-point margin

The Chi Alpha Pi Cavaliers, coming off a three-game losing streak, desperately needed a win last Friday night as they took on the Epsilon Zeta Chi Tornadoes. The Tornadoes, who had won three games straight, were unable to answer the Cavs, and Chi Alpha won 46-35.