Tag: Vol. 28 No. 13

The Village Grind: new coffee shop opens in heart of West Greenville’s art district

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Tucked away in the heart of Greenville’s art district is The Village Grind, a coffee shop that opened its rustic doors Jan. 16. Lindsey George, one of the owners, said opening a coffee shop has always been a dream of hers. After working several jobs to save money, she found co-owners in her friend Jim

Society-Bruin initiative unites BJU students and alumni

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Do you and your brother/sister society enjoy competing against other societies? Do you like winning prizes? On Saturday you will have the opportunity to do both during the second Saturday of the inaugral Society-Bruin initiative: an event organized by Student Life staff, Davis Field House staff and the Alumni Association to unite alumni and current

Ford propels Bruins to 68-67 victory over Wildcats

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The Lady Bruins earned a victory Tuesday night, defeating the Johnson and Wales University Wildcats in dramatic fashion 68-67. Senior guard Maggi Ford led the comeback for the Bruins with a BJU record-setting 32 points, including 26 in the second half alone. Junior forward Julia Wright gave the Bruins five of their first six points,

Snapshot: Grayce Hill

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  Something that I’m passionate about that I’ve been involved with for the past year at BJU is this ceramics class. It’s connected me with the school in a different way, because being a town student, you can be somewhat disconnected. It’s been like a community of people with my teacher and my classmates. It’s

Patriots sink Vikings, 62-44

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The 2015 men’s intramural basketball season recently began with 24 teams from 19 different societies fighting for their chance to compete in the intramural championship, which will be held in March. The Beta Gamma Delta Patriots, now 2-0 after a win against the Sigma Alpha Chi Spartans, overwhelmed the Nu Delta Chi Vikings’ A team

Front and Center: Student services to take new seat in Student Center

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Students love the new Den and Cuppa Jones setup, and now the Student Center is in for another big change: the executive offices, along with other student services, will be moving to the Riley and Edwards rooms of the Student Center. Steve Hensley, the University’s chief facilities management officer, said this move is a student-centric

New department strives to maximize student success

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The Center for Learning and Academic Services is a new multifaceted department that exists to help students succeed academically at Bob Jones University and in their future careers. The Center for Learning and Academic Services encompasses three existing departments: Mack Library, First-year Experience and  the Academic Resource Center, in addition to the new Center for

Spring chapel theme emphasizes patient endurance

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The spring semester is off to a running start, and Monday morning chapels and Monday evening discipleship groups are already digging into the new theme: Run the Race. BJU President Dr. Steve Pettit picked the theme based on Hebrews 12, which visualizes the Christian life as a race. “The major point of the race is

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