In a special ceremony on Friday, Sept. 19, the Bob Jones University Board of Trustees officially invested the duties of the office of the president upon Dr. Steve Pettit, the University’s fifth president and the first from outside the Jones family. The investiture was a major event for both the University and the Greenville community, with several higher education and government officials in attendance.
FSU quarterback and the youngest winner of the Heisman Trophy Jameis Winston was just given a slap on the wrist for his recent series of misconducts, revealing our nation’s tendency to make light of sin.
On Monday, Sept. 22, the Bruins men’s soccer team looked to gain a second consecutive win in their game against the Palm Beach Atlantic Sailfish, but despite good effort, a 7-0 loss awaited the Bruins at the final whistle.
On Monday, Sept. 22, the Bruins golf team traveled to Tennessee to compete in the Hiwassee College Invitational. Looking to defend their title at the Rariety Bay Golf Club, they not only won, but also posted a team record of 301.
Performed last year as a fulfillment of Janie Mayer-Board’s senior directing requirement, “Tabula Rasa,” a student-run play without a set script, will return to the stage at 7:30 p.m. Friday and Saturday, Oct. 3 and 4.
Violinist David Kim, concertmaster of the Philadelphia Orchestra, will join the BJU Symphony Orchestra Thursday night for the first Artist Series program of the year, playing several solos and even helping to lead the orchestra during one piece.
God’s willingness to hear and answer our pleas will be the theme of this semester’s Day of Prayer on Tuesday, Sept. 30. The theme comes from Psalm 34:15b, which says, “His ears are open unto their cry.”