Tag: Vol. 28 No. 17

Editorial: Christians’ use of social media ought to be reflection of Christ

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Facebook. Twitter. Instagram. Yik Yak. Snapchat. Each platform of social media allows users to express themselves in their own unique way. Millions of social media users take advantage of these platforms to tell their own stories and share pieces of their lives with friends and loved ones, but where should we draw the line when

Around the World: a 4-year journey to the senior production stage

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Donna Tillman, a senior theatre arts major, will perform her senior production, a one-woman show that has been in the making for four years and features stories from all over the globe called “Around the World” on Saturday at 5 p.m. in Stratton Hall. While she was still in high school, Tillman learned that performance

Major League Baseball preview; AL East, NL East

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Spring is just around the corner, and with it, the beginning of Major League Baseball. The 2014 campaign delighted from beginning to end with walk-off celebrations to a winner-takes-all seventh game in the World Series. A crazy offseason that saw high-profile free agent signings, blockbuster trades and $300 million extensions has the new season already

Lady Bruins fall 70-65 to TTU Crusaders

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The Bob Jones University women’s basketball team fell to the Tennessee Temple University Crusaders by 70-65 on Saturday, Feb. 21 at TTU. The Crusaders controlled most of the first half, because junior forward Brianna Delaney’s foul trouble and a multitude of turnovers. TTU took advantage of the under-manned Bruins and established a 37-29 lead into

Start working now to land a career-boosting summer internship

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What are some thoughts that come to your mind when you think about summer? Freedom? Sleep? Late nights? But what about productivity or internships? Dr. Heidi Campbell, a journalism and mass communication faculty member, said, “Summer internships are great because students are not constrained by academic schedules and have more freedom to work longer hours.”

BJU wins battle of Bruins; Turner makes Bruins history with 1,000th point

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The Bruins men’s basketball team defeated the Piedmont International University Bruins Friday, Feb. 20, in a 86-72 win, highlighted by team captain Kyle Turner’s 1,000th career point. From the start of the game, the teams battled for control with a few ties and lead changes.  BJU was able to expand its lead to 28-17, but

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