Tag: Vol. 28 No. 7

Street-witnessing outreach ministry plants gospel seeds in heart of downtown Greenville

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If you frequent downtown Greenville on Friday evenings, chances are you have seen a group of BJU students passing out tracts to the diverse crowd of coffee drinkers, window shoppers, bar-hoppers and homeless people that fill the streets of downtown. For this street evangelism ministry, students meet in front of Nell Sunday and split into

Bruins honor seniors, lose to Chowan Hawks in last home game

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The Bruins lost 5-0 to the Chowan University Hawks Monday in their last home game of the season. The game was designated Senior Night, celebrating seniors Joseph Wooster and Ryan Beadles as they played their final game at Alumni Stadium. The Hawks took an early edge in the game, penetrating deep into the Bruins’ 18.

Bruins men win first preseason basketball game, top Indians 72-69

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The Bruins men’s basketball team played their first preseason game Thursday, Oct. 23, opening up the year against the USC Salkehatchie Indians. The Bruins struggled at the outset but finished the game on top, 72-69. The Bruins got off to a rough start, falling down by double digits within minutes. The Indians pressed from the

Bruins cross country set personal bests at invitational meet

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With the BJU Bruins cross country team heading into the last few weeks of the 2014 season, both the men’s and the women’s teams traveled down to Beaufort, South Carolina, last weekend to accompany 41 other schools in the Sand Shark Invitational at USC-Beaufort. The men took 17th place, and the women placed 25th. Both

Editorial: Ebola outbreak reflects more serious inherent disease: sin

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It began in December of last year when a 2-year-old boy in Guinea, West Africa, fell ill and died just a few days later. A week later, the boy’s mother died of the same sickness. Then his 3-year-old sister. Then his grandmother. Then two mourners who had come from another village for the grandmother’s funeral.

Flames defeat Cardinals in women’s volleyball championship

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The Nu Alpha Phi Flames defeated the Beta Epsilon Chi Cardinals Saturday, Oct. 25, in the women’s volleyball championship. Although it took five sets, the Flames emerged as the victors and claimed the trophy for the 2014 intramural volleyball season. The first set was extremely close from beginning to end, with the largest margin coming

Bavarian Pretzel Factory: pretzels and spätzle and schnitzel with noodles

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Don’t let Bavarian Pretzel Factory’s name fool you. While warm, delicious pretzels are this restaurant’s specialty, it also services authentic European breakfast, lunch and dinner menus. Owned and operated by Linda Gschnitzer, Bavarian Pretzel Factory is the only German restaurant in Greenville, a city with a constantly-growing German population. With the rise of BMW and

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