Tag: Vol. 28 No. 10

Column: Thanksgiving travel

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I have a history of misfortune in holiday travel, especially at Thanksgiving. Snowstorms, canceled flights and misplaced luggage seem to be the norm for me. In spite of my best efforts to make my way smoothly from point A to point B, something is always bound to go awry. Last year at Thanksgiving, in the

Cross-country teams wrap up season after Nationals

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The Bruins men’s and women’s cross-country teams placed 14th and 15th respectively in their individual races at the NCCAA National Championship in Houghton, New York. This competition, marking each team’s seventh meet of the year, saw the Bruins women and men both competing in a field of 19 runners. Four of the women posted personal

Students, faculty to reflect on God’s blessings in annual Praise Service

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Bob Jones University students and faculty will gather to give thanks to God during the annual Thanksgiving Praise Service Monday. This year’s theme for the Praise Service is “Give Thanks!” In addition, the service will also emphasize three fruits of the Spirit: love, joy and peace, which were chosen for their connection to this year’s

WORLD Fund uses birthday money to fund education

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Most of us have received gifts of money for our birthdays. On their own, these small gifts don’t seem like a lot of money, but what if you combine the birthday cash of hundreds or even thousands of people? What could that money do? This was some of the thinking behind BJU Chancellor Dr. Bob

BJA and BJU work together to provide quality education

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For many Bob Jones University students, the Bob Jones Academy section of the campus is an unknown world; some students don’t even know that the largest Christian school in South Carolina exists on our campus. What you also may not know is that 70-80 percent of academy graduates choose to attend BJU for college and

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