Tag: Vol. 28 No. 15

Women’s hoops: Bruins scrape by rival PCC Eagles

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The Bob Jones University Lady Bruins basketball team continued its hot streak with a 54-49 win at rival Pensacola Christian College Feb. 7. The victory marked the Lady Bruins’ sixth consecutive win, including an impressive 10-2 record since Jan. 1. The game certainly did not begin in the Bruins’ favor, as they fell down early

Think you don’t have time to exercise? Think again!

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According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, 80 percent of American adults do not engage in the proper amount of weekly exercise. And the No. 1 excuse for not exercising? Lack of time, according to usnews.com. But some students make time. Lauren Gadingan, a junior exercise science major, has a weekly exercise routine

Editorial: Believers’ unified identity in Christ should transcend cultural differences

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The United States has been known around the world as a “melting pot” of nationalities and cultures. Chinese, Malaysian, Russian, Mexican: people from all walks of life blend together in its city streets; even the streets of downtown Greenville are populated by a diverse mix of people from across the globe. But, sadly, this conglomeration

Column: Externals

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Externals—we all care about them. Some even obsess over them. “Am I wearing what’s ‘in’? Does my hair look OK? Do my friends think I’m funny? Do my professors think I’m responsible?” Each of us tends to seek reassurance of his or her worth by using externals. But when we stop and consider how superficial

Omega Lions cruise past Bulldogs, 51-30

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The Alpha Omega Delta Lions came out hungry for a win Monday night against the Phi Beta Chi Bulldogs, who were desperately seeking a second win to improve their playoff hopes. But the Bulldogs could not keep up with the Lions, who handily won the game, 51-30. The game started in Omega’s favor with an

Meet the Sports Staff

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Bethany Williams Where I live: Williamsville, New York (pretty cool, right?) Favorite sports teams: Philadelphia Phillies, Philadelphia Eagles, Philadelphia Flyers, Philadelphia 76ers, Temple Owls Favorite athlete: Ryan Howard, Tim Duncan, Michael Jordan Favorite sport to watch: basketball Favorite sport(s) I play: basketball, volleyball, softball Interesting fact about me: I am a certified windshield repair tech

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