The Alpha Theta Pi Razorbacks edged by the Chi Alpha Pi Cavaliers Tuesday night in a 46-43 victory. Alpha, coming off two losses, improved to 5-2 while the Cavs drop to 2-3 on the season. The Cavs took control early in the game, feeding off the good shooting of sophomore Jonas Pagliarini. Pagliarini scored the
BJU grad Shannon Mercado started her homemade doughnut business just last year, but Circa Doughnut has already built up a loyal following of Greenville foodies who appreciate good old-fashioned cake doughnuts. The idea for this new artisan doughnut business began when Mercado, a 2012 BJU organizational communication graduate, and some friends got together to make
The Phi Kappa Pi Rams defeated the Pi Gamma Delta Royals 53-44 in a highly anticipated game Feb. 13, holding on to their first-place position on the men’s intramural basketball leaderboard. The game started out slowly, with the Rams gradually starting to pull ahead by three points at 8-5. The Rams then increased their lead
The products of a new board game company will soon line the shelves, courtesy of several BJU faculty and staff members. BJU graduate Mr. Will Meadows, creative director at BJU’s Marketing Communications, and Mr. Ryan Pilz from BJU Press’s Strategic Innovation Research Office have teamed up with Mr. Chris Rawlings, an associate professor in the
I’m your typical girly-girl — you know, nail polish and sparkles and ponies and absolutely no spiders. So people are often surprised when they find out that I’m an avid hockey fan. Known for vicious fights and rugged guys with toothless grins, hockey isn’t exactly the kind of sport you’d expect somebody like me to enjoy.