Tag: Vol. 28 No.3

Tigers defeat Kangas, win in 2 sets

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The Theta Delta Omicron Tigers defeated the Tau Delta Chi Kangaroos in a volleyball match Thursday, Sept. 25, winning in two straight sets. The Tigers, having beaten the Pirates and Wildcats earlier this season, move to 3-0. The Kangaroos, with victories over the Owls and Ambassadors, now drop to 2-1. The game started with senior

BJU blood drive to take motto of “connect life”

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College students may be tempted to think they don’t have time for community service, but this week saving three lives is as simple as sitting in a chair for half an hour.      The familiar red and white Blood Connection buses will be parked on campus Monday to kick off this year’s first Community

Brick Street Cafe: secrets and cakes and pies oh my!

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The South is home to many restaurants dedicated to serving their customers quality Southern cuisine. But Brick Street Café has a unique aesthetic appeal. The café’s traditional red brick building doesn’t do justice to its quirky interior decorating. You walk in to see colorful lanterns, different styles of furniture and paintings hanging on bold, bright-colored

Tragedy, triumph bring unity to Bruin Nation

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A sad but true reality in our world is that it often takes tragedy to draw people together. The student body of nearby Clemson University was drawn together last week by the death of one of their own, Tucker W. Hipps, whose body was found in Lake Hartwell on Monday, Sept. 22. Thousands of students

Engineering students to help design city’s future

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If you see a robotic vehicle driving itself around the science building in the coming weeks, don’t be alarmed; it’s just homework. For almost a decade the BJU engineering department has competed in a Michigan robotics competition with units designed and built by senior engineering students in Eng 406 Mechatronics. This year’s students have an

Column: Sidewalks

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You’re late to class. It’s 7:53 a.m. You have an eight o’clock class in Alumni, and your roommate is piddling around at the sink. “I don’t have time for this!” you think. “I have a test! Oh no, I don’t have any Grade Masters either! I guess I can ask the girl who sits next

Acclaimed pianist to perform at BJU

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Emile Pandolfi has played all over the world, from recording with the Prague Philharmonic Orchestra in the Czech Republic to performing with 83 of the world’s finest pianists at the opening ceremony of the 1984 Olympic Games in Los Angeles. And, on Friday, Oct. 17, you have a chance to hear him live as WBJU

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