Tag: Vol. 28 No. 14

Bruins claw Cougars, 61-30

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The Bob Jones University women’s basketball team has turned up the heat late in the regular season, stacking a 61-30 victory over rival Clearwater Christian College onto a three-game winning streak. The Jan. 31 contest was never close as the Bruins quickly pulled in front in the first half. Head Coach Mike LeViere employed both

Tornadoes top Cavs, 39-32

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The Epsilon Zeta Chi Tornadoes basketball team advanced over the Chi Alpha Pi Cavaliers 39-32 Monday night. The Tornadoes now sit at 3-1 on the season, losing only to the Cobras (2) team. The game started with the Cavs taking a quick 11-4 lead after senior Briley Hughes knocked down two free throws.  Junior Mark

Editorial: Our duty to God, political officials

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Sheldon Silver, the 70-year-old speaker of the New York State Assembly from 1994 to 2015, was arrested Jan. 22 on accusations of using his power and influence to make millions, according to the criminal complaint. Whether he is found guilty or not, Silver’s case is not unique to New York politics, or even to politics

BJU Seminary to host third conference: “In the World, But Not of It”

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BJU’s Seminary and Graduate School of Religion will host its third conference Feb. 10-12 in Stratton Hall. This year’s theme is “In the World, But Not of It.” Rescheduled from last year because of inclement weather, the conference will address the issue of worldliness in today’s society and churches. BJU President Dr. Steve Pettit will

Flashback: A look at the history of on-campus communication

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Methods of communication around the world have greatly evolved in the past 50 years, and communication across BJU’s campus is no exception. Back in the early days at BJU, written communication was key, making the post office essential for long-distance as well as across-campus communication. Dr. Phil Smith, a retired BJU administrator, recalls that the

Column: Building the future

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Whenever I’m home over a break from college and sitting on the couch eating free food and watching free TV, I have the thought: “Why do I go to college?” Being at home without homework and other school-related responsibilities takes me back to when I was a carefree kid. What kind of person would give

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