Tag: Vol. 28 No. 11

Editorial: National Cathedral’s first Muslim prayer service should prompt response of love, not fear

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On Nov. 14, the halls of the National Cathedral in Washington, D.C., echoed with an unfamiliar sound as a Muslim call to prayer reverberated from the ornamented walls and high vaulted ceilings of the historic place of worship. The landmark Episcopal cathedral has hosted many national events and has welcomed people of all religions, Islam

BJU students give back, reach out to community this Christmas season

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Focusing on others during the hustle and bustle of the Christmas season can easily slip to the bottom of your priority list amid the rush of final exams, project deadlines and last-minute cram sessions. But remember that the season of exams, parties, food, friends and family is also the season of giving. And you can

Third time’s the charm: Alpha edges Pi Gamma in third straight Turkey Bowl appearance

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The Alpha Theta Pi Razorbacks defeated the Pi Gamma Delta Royals in the 2014 Turkey Bowl Saturday, Nov. 22. Alpha had appeared in the previous two Turkey Bowls, falling to the Beta Patriots in both meetings. But this year the Razorbacks not only bested Beta in the semifinals, but also claimed the Turkey Bowl win

Women’s hoops: BJU defeats Johnson, brings home third win

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The BJU Bruins women’s basketball team recorded its third win of the 2014-15 campaign with a resounding 70-53 win over the visiting Johnson University Royals. In the Bruins’ first game in 10 days, they were finally able to find the offensive output they had been lacking to end their recent three-game losing streak. The Bruins

Citadel Bulldogs hand Bruins fourth straight loss

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The Bruins men’s basketball team fell to the Citadel Bulldogs 81-50 on Saturday, Nov. 22. Hoping to end their three-game losing streak, the Bruins put it all on the line. But in spite of BJU President Steve Pettit’s declaration of allegiance to the Bruins, his alma mater, the Citadel, handed the Bruins a hefty loss.

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