This coming Sunday, Oct. 20, marks a year since the passing of Perrin Stanley, son of Mr. Jared Stanley, faculty member in the department of design, and his wife, Heather.
BJU Bruins basketball will launch its second season tonight at Fandemonium, an event designed to showcase the teams, allow fans and players to interact, and stir up excitement for the 2013-14 season.
BJU’s annual Missions Emphasis Week will be held on campus next week, Oct. 21 through Oct. 24.
Welcome to fall! Perhaps the best part of fall is all the special flavors unique to the season, things like pumpkin, apple, blueberry, maple and cinnamon.
The Bruins cross-country teams competed in the Toccoa Falls College Eagle Invitational last weekend in Toccoa Falls, Ga. The teams have finished among the leaders in the last several meets, and Saturday was no different.
A recent World Magazine article written by J.C. Derrick and Angela Lu discussed the effects of pornography on Christian men. Derrick and Lu made the argument that isolation fosters this sin.
Beulah Batayola, Tim Buck, Nicole Snare, Nathan Smith and Meredith Keen answer this week’s question.
The Phi Kappa Pi Rams challenged the Alpha Theta Pi Razorbacks on Oct. 10, but came up short, losing by five goals.
Learning what spiritual mindedness is and how to apply it a Christian’s daily life will be the theme of this year’s first student body chapel on Oct. 25.