Tag: Vol. 28 No. 4

MinistrySafe training seminars to return to BJU

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MinistrySafe, an organization that provides nationwide sexual abuse awareness training, will return to campus for six seminars Monday and Tuesday next week. Gregory Love and his wife, Kimberly Norris, who are both practicing attorneys specializing in the area of child sexual abuse litigation and prevention, founded the ministry in Fort Worth, Texas, to raise the

Omega hands Beta first soccer loss in six years

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Suffering their first loss in soccer in six years, the Beta Gamma Delta Patriots lost Saturday to the Alpha Omega Delta Lions 2-1. The game was expected to be an intense one from the beginning. Beta, a long-standing powerhouse, was facing one of its biggest rivals, the Omega Lions. Both teams were determined to win

Bruins narrowly lose in overtime at Emmanuel College

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To open the second month of regular season play for the Bruins men’s soccer team, the team traveled to Georgia last weekend for its fourth away game. Facing off against the Emmanuel College Lions, a regional competitor team, the Bruins lost in a tight 1-2 overtime struggle. Despite the loss, this game marked the season’s

Bruins end away game vs. Clearwater Cougars in stalemate

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The Bruins women’s soccer team played a much-anticipated game Saturday in Clearwater, Florida, going head-to-head with the Clearwater Christian College Cougars. The game ended in a 0-0 tie as both teams’ defense countered well against the opposing offenses. The teams have developed a friendly but competitive rivalry as of late, as the Bruins defeated the

Bruins subdue Piedmont College Lions, win 1- 0

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The Bruins men’s soccer team played the Piedmont College Lions Monday, defeating the Lions 1-0 to improve to a 4-6 record. The Bruins handed Piedmont their third loss in their last four games, dropping their record to 6-5. In defeating the Lions, the Bruins also issued Piedmont their first home loss of the 2014 season. The

Bistro provides real-life culinary experience

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Today, while some students are in line for PB&J at Grab ‘n Go, others will be in line for edible masterpieces at this semester’s opening of the Bistro. Starting today from 11:45 a.m. to 2 p.m., and continuing every Friday until Thanksgiving break, the sophomore culinary students at the Culinary Arts Retail Building will be

Puppets of Praise ministry uses fun friends to reach children for Christ

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What’s one way to get children excited to learn about the Bible? Holding a puppet show, of course! Puppets of Praise, an outreach ministry led by BJU staff members Kevin and Melissa Delp, uses puppets to teach kids about God’s Word. The team, composed of about 12 students, produces shows at local Chick-fil-A restaurants as

Take a step up from Taco Bell at The Local Taco

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Moe’s and Chipotle have a new competitor, and Mexican food enthusiasts have a new favorite: The Local Taco, a sit-down Mexican restaurant that focuses on fresh, gourmet ingredients. With locations in Tennessee, Kentucky, North Carolina, South Carolina and a new location soon to open on Pelham Road near the Chophouse ’47 Steakhouse right off Interstate

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