Vol. 27 No. 27

April 25, 2014

Banquet to honor student leaders for diligence, faithfulness

Student leaders will be honored for their accomplishments and hard work at a leadership banquet to be held at the Hyatt Regency on Main Street April 25.
April 25, 2014

Photostory: Cinema Senior Film Premiere

Senior cinema majors will cap off the year by presenting their capstone projects on May 3 in Stratton Hall. With nine students, this year’s senior class is larger than previous years. Six senior videos have been selected to premiere in a program lasting approximately an hour and a half.
April 25, 2014

Tips for students to make the most of summer break

It’s been said that time is like a bank deposit that you get every single day, that you can’t waste or save for another day. We cannot afford to waste a single one of the 86,400 seconds we are allotted each day. With summer break only a few weeks away, planning for how to use your time efficiently this summer is crucial. Here are some of the best suggestions from campus sources.
April 25, 2014

Intensity of search for Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 challenges Christians to intently seek God

It’s been nearly two months since Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 lost contact with air traffic control and seemingly disappeared into thin air.
April 25, 2014

Q&A with Ryan McCarty

Q: If you could play a sport other than soccer, what would it be? A: “I would probably play basketball. I played for the Academy for a couple of years, but I definitely liked soccer better.”
April 25, 2014

Week at a Glance

Prayer and Worship Event, Soulwinning Conference, and Scholastic Bowl.
April 25, 2014

Column: Pressure

Pressure. It has a way of bringing out the best, or maybe the worst, in people. Most of us look and behave quite differently when we’re cramming for a final exam that’s a mere five minute away than when we’re taking a nap on a Sunday afternoon. You’re probably more comfortable when you’re at Starbucks with an old roommate than when you’re trying to muster the courage to ask a classmate to artist series. Everyone reacts to pressure differently, depending on his or her character.
April 25, 2014

Talkback: What’s the wierdest thing you’ve ever eaten?

Hannah Bender, Jonny Timoldi, Bekah Bender, Chris Coker and Maria Ervin answer this week's question.
April 25, 2014

Cardinals take playoff win over Bearcubs, move to semifinals

The Beta Epsilon Chi Cardinals topped the Beta Chi Bearcubs on Monday night by a score of 6-2. Both the fifth-seeded Cardinals and the seventh-seeded Bearcubs were 1-1 going into the game, but it was the Cardinals who walked away with the win, eliminating the Bearcubs from the playoffs.
April 25, 2014

Q&A with Tori Anderson

Q: If you could play a sport other than soccer, what would it be? A: “I would love to learn how to play tennis.”
April 25, 2014

Premed students land medical school scholarships, recognize God’s blessings

Premed senior Jeremiah White and graduate Mark Spencer have both been accepted by three different medical schools and awarded significant scholarships from the medical school they’ve chosen to attend.
April 25, 2014

University introduces restructured program: Division of Health, Exercise & Sports Science

The BJU School of Education recently announced the creation of a new division — the Division of Health, Exercise and Sports Science — and three new programs within the division.
April 25, 2014

Comic: The End of the Semester

April 25, 2014

Sigma beats Bulldogs in season’s final game

The Phi Beta Chi Bulldogs fell to the Sigma Alpha Chi Spartans in a volleyball match Saturday morning. The game was the last of the season for both the Bulldogs and the Spartans, as neither team will advance to the playoffs.
April 25, 2014

International students spend summer break traveling, ministering abroad

Summer is almost here, and students are making plans for their nearly four-month break, but some students who don’t call the U.S. home don’t have common summer break plans.
April 25, 2014

Pi Gamma makes comeback to defeat Omega in three games

The Alpha Omega Delta Lions and the Pi Gamma Delta Royals battled Saturday morning on the volleyball court. The Royals triumphed over Omega, beating them by one round. Both Pi Gamma and Omega played with only five players, giving the teams more ground to cover.
April 25, 2014

Kangas exterminate flames

The sixth-seeded Tau Delta Chi Kangas defeated the fourth-seeded Nu Alpha Phi Flames on Monday, 14-5. The Kangas, who were 1-1 going into the game, had just lost a close one to the Flames last week in extra innings, 15-14. Looking to even things up and move on in their playoff journey, the Kangas showed their ability to work together as a team to get the job done.
April 25, 2014

Not your average deli: French chef adds flair to standard deli fare

If you dream of eating a classic Reuben sandwich and a dainty French macaroon in the same meal, head to Rick’s Deli & Market located in the heart of downtown Greenville.