Tag: Vol. 28 No. 6

Heritage Day Chapel to highlight founder’s passion

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For the BJU campus, Heritage Day chapel is an opportunity to learn more about the University’s foundations and founder, Dr. Bob Jones Sr. This semester’s 30-minute presentation, titled SEEDS, will take place during the chapel hour next Thursday and will highlight the life of Dr. Bob Sr. before he founded BJU. “I wanted to look

Home school produces well-rounded students at BJU

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     If you’re a BJU student reading this article, then there’s a high chance that you were home-schooled. Currently, homeschool graduates make up 34 percent of the entire student body, including 33 percent of the freshman class.      But home-schooled or not, most students question their level of preparedness when they step onto a

Editorial: Don’t just live and let live: use the Bible to set your moral compass, convictions

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In 1978 it was “Don’t forget the map!” In 1996 it was “Don’t forget to check MapQuest!” In 2014 it’s “Siri, directions to Greenville, South Carolina please.” Maps. More specifically, directions, are important. Having a trustworthy GPS is comforting. Being lost is scary. In the same way, going through life without a moral compass –

Summer mission teams seek teachable spirits

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With midterms week coming to a close, students might have a little more time to start thinking about plans for upcoming summer ministries. The University plans to send out eight mission teams during summer 2015 to Antigua, Africa, Australia, China, Europe, Southeast Asia, Mexico and the Western U.S. “What better time to try something adventurous

Cancer Research Lab provides unique research opportunity

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BJU’s Cancer Research Lab, located in Barge, is not only a place to research cures for a disease that has forced its way into many of our lives, but also a place for students to learn, apply what they’ve already learned and prepare for their future careers. Dr. Steve Figard, the director of the Cancer

Bruins women celebrate seniors, defeat Cougars 1-0

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The Bruins women’s soccer team earned a key conference win Friday, Oct. 18, on their own turf at Alumni Stadium, defeating rival Clearwater Christian College by a score of 1-0. The victory by the second ranked Bruins upset the Cougars, the only team ahead of them in the NCCAA Division II rankings. The game was

Patriots take early lead, top historic rival Tornadoes 4-2

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The Beta Gamma Delta Patriots played the Epsilon Zeta Chi Tornadoes Monday night in an 11 vs. 11 game where two historic rivals looked to gain the upper hand. At the game’s conclusion, Beta outplayed the Tornadoes and went on to win 4-2. It was Beta’s sophomore Derek Doran who struck first, scoring a goal

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