Tag: Vol. 28 No. 12

I won’t be home for Christmas: Two seniors to spend break outside U.S.

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For many students, Christmas break wouldn’t be Christmas break without traditions, like gifts, fires, hot chocolate, and spending time with family. But traditions are made to be broken, and this Christmas several students are looking to break the typical holiday pattern. The point of Christmas is to celebrate Christ’s coming to earth to become a

Choirs, orchestra to perform Handel’s Messiah

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Three of BJU’s choirs, along with the BJU Symphony Orchestra, will perform a Bob Jones University Christmas tradition tonight at 7:30 in Rodeheaver Auditorium: a collaborative performance of Handel’s Messiah. Messiah, an oratorio composed by George Frideric Handel in only 24 days, is a large-scale vocal and orchestral work narrating the birth, death, burial and

M&G: more than just art

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Most BJU students know BJU’s Museum & Gallery from the brief tour they took as freshmen as part of the Introduction to the Arts course. But what students may not know is just how many opportunities the museum offers to learn, think, create and observe. Erin Jones, director of the M&G, describes the museum as

Column: Giving

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Christmas is not the season of receiving; it’s the season of giving. I know this might seem cliché because we hear about this every Christmas, but Christians should be the biggest givers at Christmas. I am not referring to a dollar store gift or even a new iPad. I am referring to a sacrificial gift:

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