Tag: Vol. 28 No. 7

Merit pages provide showcase for excellence

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Have you ever Googled your name? If so, you’ve probably noticed that you have a BJU Merit page. But what exactly is a Merit page? Used by more than 500 institutions across the country, Merit is valuable marketing software that offers personalized online Web pages where students can share achievements, activities and work experience with

Whistle while you work: tips for White Glove

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Procrastination and White Glove, a day of cleaning to prepare the residence halls for the high school festival visitors, seem to go hand in hand. So whether this Saturday is your first or last White Glove, here are some tips for last-minute cleaning. Happy White Glove! 1. Clean in a specific pattern so that things

Bruins women scrimmage Truett-McConnell College

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The Bruins women’s basketball team played the Truett-McConnell College Bears Friday, Oct. 24, in their first preseason scrimmage game. The scrimmage was unusual in that the teams played one 20-minute half, followed by three consecutive 10-minute periods. This year’s roster is largely the same as last season for the Bruins women, with just a few

Chorale to sing Mozart’s unfinished “Requiem”

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After practicing for three hours per week since the beginning of the semester, the University’s 50-voice Chorale will sing Mozart’s mysterious, incomplete Requiem Oct. 31 in War Memorial Chapel. The Requiem is incomplete because it does not contain all of the traditional parts of a hymn, including the Sanctus (a hymn of praise beginning with

Column: Glorifying God through chronic illness

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Often one of my friends will say, “How are you feeling today?” in the hope of hearing me say, “I’m super.” But my usual response is, “I’m in pain, but that’s OK.” You see, I suffer from a chronic illness. Can you imagine being in pain all the time? Does that seem impossible? Unbearable? Welcome

Mack Library to welcome students for Reformation Day celebration

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When you think of the date Oct. 31, 1517, what comes to mind? If you’re thinking of the day Martin Luther nailed his 95 Theses to the church door in Wittenberg, congratulate yourself for remembering something from History of Civilization. This day, commonly remembered as Reformation Day, is a momentous occasion in Protestant circles. In

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