Tag: Vol. 28 No. 6

Student Body Chapel to encourage students through praise, message

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Christ-exalting, meditative, encouraging, motivating. Friday’s Student Body chapel at 11 a.m. in Founder’s Memorial Amphitorium will be all these things and more, said men’s chaplain Kyle Grant. The chapel service’s theme of “Praise” can be summed up in the phrase, “Now unto Him,” derived from two specific Scripture passages on praise: Ephesians 3:20 and Jude

Panthers fight back from 3-0 deficit, defeat Razorbacks 5-4

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The Theta Kappa Nu Panthers surprised the Alpha Theta Pi Razorbacks in 7 vs. 7 soccer earlier this week, coming back from a 3-0 deficit to claim their sixth win of the season. The Panthers have performed well this season, winning five games straight to open the year and suffering just one loss, at the

Bruins women defeat Florida College Falcons 1-0 in overtime

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In their first game in almost a week, the BJU women’s soccer team defeated the visiting Florida College Falcons 1-0 in a thrilling overtime victory Thursday, Oct. 16. The Bruins relied on a beautiful free kick from Jennifer Wise in overtime to improve to a 10-3-2 record. It was a fantastic finish for a team

Bruin Nation: there’s an app for that

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Bruin Nation has quicker access to news and updates about its sports teams than ever with a new Bruins app. When the department of athletics came up with the idea of an app to keep Bruins supporters more connected to their sports teams, they settled on a mobile app. “Everybody has an app,” sports information

Bruins men suffer tough loss to Columbia International University

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Last Thursday’s men’s soccer match against Columbia International University began with chilly weather and ended with a cold loss of 4-1. Although the game started slowly, it quickly escalated as Columbia placed two goals into the Bruins net within two minutes of each other. The first came as the ball bounced out of a scuffle

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