Tag: Vol. 28 No. 9

BJU Symphony Orchestra to perform at SCMEA by special invitation

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The Bob Jones University Symphony Orchestra was notified in August that it had been chosen to perform at the South Carolina Music Educators Association Feb. 6 in Columbia based on an audition recording, which they had submitted this past spring. Dr. Michael Moore, director of the BJU Symphony Orchestra, said, “We are very honored to

Column: Starbucks and the Golden Rule

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“I’d like a triple Grande caramel macchiato with whipped cream and extra, extra, EXTRA caramel drizzle in a Venti cup, please.” This is a typical order from a seasoned Starbucks patron and an order that I filled many times while working as a barista this summer. Working at Starbucks was a lot of fun, and

Bruins women win one, lose one at Tip-Off Classic tournament

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The BJU Bruins women’s basketball team lost to Thomas University and beat Trinity Baptist College in the Tip-Off Classic tournament last weekend in Jacksonville, Florida. With a loss Friday night to the Thomas University Night Hawks by a score of 82-32, and a 65-61 win Saturday over the host Trinity Baptist College Eagles, the Bruins

Choose a church that brings opportunities to grow, minister

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On Sunday mornings, campus is flooded with buses and cars pulling in front of Rodeheaver. Then, by 9:35 a.m., BJU’s student body disperses across the Upstate and even into other states. BJU students spend all week absorbing God’s word through chapel, discipleship groups and Bible classes. Serving in a local church provides an opportunity to

Bruins host first golf tournament, claim second to close season

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The Bruins men’s and women’s golf teams each placed second out of a field of three at BJU’s first hosted tournament at Green Valley Country Club in Greenville. As BJU competed against Bryan College and Trinity Baptist College, Bryan College edged the Bruins men by a total score of 315 to 311. While the Bruins

Student Legislature helps students get involved in politics

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Have you ever wondered if you could write your own law and get it passed? Do you have an interest in politics, but are not sure how to get involved? Stop searching and look into student legislature here at Bob Jones University. BJU instituted the student legislature 23 years ago with Mrs. Linda Abrams of

Nail-painting, music and fellowship at Laurel Baye Healthcare

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Imagine getting your nails done for free while a live music group serenades you. That’s what BJU students do for the residents of Laurel Baye Healthcare twice a month.      Started four years ago, this outreach meets on the first and third Saturdays of the month at Laurel Baye Healthcare on Rutherford Road from

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