Tag: Vol. 28 No. 18

Lady Bruins win last home game, honor seniors

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In the last regular season home game, the Bob Jones University women’s basketball team defeated the visiting Southern Wesleyan University Warriors 53-50. In one of the most memorable games of the season, junior guard Kendra Jeffcott became the first women’s basketball player at BJU to score 1,000 career points. The first half started off slowly

Editorial: With your tip, leave your testimony

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You’ve just finished a delicious dinner at a restaurant downtown. You casually pick up the bill your waiter left on the table, and then you gape in disbelief. That can’t be right. There’s no way you spent that much on food! But then you begin to calculate in your head: appetizer, beverage, entrée, dessert. Sure

Column: Putting down the “selfish generation” stereotype

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The millennial generation (that’s you and me, fellow college students) has frequently been described as a selfish generation. That’s not exactly a great reputation to have, is it? Whenever I hear people mention this, I cringe. Personally, I do not want to be considered part of a selfish generation, and disagreeing with those who make

Cobras edge Razorbacks by one in hotly-contested playoff game

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The Pi Kappa Sigma Cobras (1) made the playoffs this year, coming in last among playoff teams as the sixth seed in the American League. The Cobras entered the playoffs with a record of 6-4 and were not favored to win in their playoff opener Monday night against the Alpha Theta Pi Razorbacks. But the

New Animal Behavior class: why do animals do what they do?

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Have you ever wondered why crickets chirp at night? What about how dolphins are trained to do tricks? If so, you might be interested in the new zoology and wildlife class, Animal Behavior, taught for the first time this semester by associate biology professor Dr. Chris Carmichael. Carmichael, who said he has had a love

Flashback: from Little Moby’s to the Snack Shop to The Den

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The space we know today as The Den has not always served Chick-fil-A and Papa John’s or had its current loft-like feel conducive to studying and relaxing. Over the years, this student space has changed  in a variety of ways, from its name and size to food choices and atmosphere. Recent renovations have transformed the

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