Tag: Vol. 28 No. 8

Swamp Rabbit Café and Grocery offers fresh, local foods as healthy alternative

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The college student’s diet typically includes one or more of the following study staples: Pop-Tarts, Ramen, chips or candy. No student is immune to the freshman 15, so the next time you head off campus for a meal, think healthy and visit the Swamp Rabbit Café and Grocery. Whether you’re interested in enjoying locally grown

Loving, serving, living: discipleship groups foster healthy relationships

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What you choose to do with an hour and 15 minutes each week during discipleship group has the potential to change someone’s life in a positive way. Will you rise to the challenge and engage with your group members or will you zone out and give the bare minimum input? Dr. Steven Pettit, president of

Bruins women close season with loss to Cougars

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The BJU Bruins fell to the Clearwater Christian College Cougars with a final score of 1-0 in Clearwater, Florida, in what proved to be the final game of the BJU women’s soccer team’s 2014 campaign. The heartbreaking loss in the NCCAA II South Regional Final ends the run for a second consecutive national championship for

Tips to foster a genuine brother-sister society bond

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Brother-sister societies provide an opportunity for men’s and women’s societies to bond over fun activities and edifying relationships. “We build genuine relationships with each other through the bond with our brother society, and we make friends with people we never would have otherwise,” said Rebecca Jones, vice president of the Cardinals.       If

Bruins cross-country tops competition at invitational

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The BJU men’s and women’s cross-country teams recorded a strong showing in the annual Toccoa Falls College Eagle Invitational Saturday, placing first and second respectively. The men’s team finished on top at the Eagle Invitational for the second consecutive year. Several loyal fans came out to support the Bruins at the meet held just over

Veterans Day: honoring heroes among us

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Veterans Day. For most of us, this often-overlooked holiday means little more than a few small-town parades, historical television specials and grandfatherly octogenarians gathering at the local VFW to swap old war stories. But if that’s all this day is to us, we’re missing out. This special day is about honor, duty and lives that

Bruins pep band to bring new excitement to Bruins games

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The inaugural performance of the Bruins Pep Band will be Tuesday, Nov. 18, at the Bruins women’s basketball game against Erskine College. Naomi Baker, a senior piano pedagogy major who plays percussion for the pep band, said, “I’m so excited to support our Bruins by hitting things—rhythmically.” When deciding to form the pep band, members

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