Tag: Vol. 28 No. 21

Skue: senior graphic design show to explore perspective

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Perspective. Everyone has it, but it will be challenged and expanded in the senior graphic design show, which will feature the 12 senior graphic designers’ finest work in branding, advertising, illustration, type design, Web design, software design and more. This year’s show will kick off with a display and reception in the Sargent Art Building

Follow these preregistration tips for a successful fall semester

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Preregistration for Fall 2015 opens March 30, and with it comes a variety of student responses: stress, emails to advisers, or procrastination. But don’t sweat it because here are four tips from Dr. Dan Smith, BJU registrar, to help you successfully pre-register for next semester. 1. Every classification should look at pre-registration differently. Incoming freshmen

Sports Column: March Madness

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Shouting, butterflies in my stomach, holding my breath, checking my phone every five seconds for a score update —this is pretty much how my week has gone. Why, you ask? March Madness. So many emotions are wrapped up in those two simple words. Anticipation. Excitement. Sadness. Disappointment. The list of emotions experienced can go on

Editorial: Christians should use trials to grow faith

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It seems that every day the media sends out reports on the persecution of Christians who are being held captive and soon after killed through horrific methods like burning or beheading.       For example, Meriam Ibrahim is a Sudanese woman who was sentenced to death for marrying a Christian man and released only

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