Tag: Vol. 28 No. 9

Men’s hoops: Bruins fall to Buffaloes, defeat Rams

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The Bruins men’s basketball team’s two most recent games resulted in a 78-60 loss to the Milligan College Buffaloes and a 87-81 win over the Columbia International University Rams. The first game against Milligan College placed the Bruins against an undefeated opponent. The Buffaloes immediately attacked the hoop and quickly took an 8-0 lead. Despite

Taming of the Shrew to be ‘rip-roarin’ good time’

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The BJU Classic Players will perform a rendition of William Shakespeare’s The Taming of the Shrew Nov. 20-22 that will show audiences “a rip-roarin’ good time,” said the production’s director, Mr. Jeff Stegall. The story revolves around Baptista, a rich gentleman, and his two daughters, Katherine and Bianca. The sweet and tender younger daughter, Bianca,

Alpha Razorbacks top Sigma Spartans with late goal

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The Alpha Theta Pi Razorbacks defeated the Sigma Alpha Chi Spartans 1-0 in playoff soccer Monday night. The Razorbacks, who defeated the Spartans 1-0 earlier this year in the first game of the season, went into the match with a record of 4-1-2, while the Spartans carried a record of 2-4-1. Although they put up

Editorial: Should humans have power to take away suffering, life?

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After suffering for weeks from debilitating headaches, 29-year-old Brittany Maynard was diagnosed with brain cancer on New Year’s Day. Soon after, she underwent brain surgery and was given up to 10 years to live. Three months later her doctors found that the tumor had returned and was growing rapidly. It was a grim diagnosis: malignant

Tigers go two for two, defeat Flames, Wildcats

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The Theta Delta Omicron Tigers have won both of their last two soccer games against the Nu Alpha Phi Flames and the Zoe Aletheia Wildcats respectively. Earlier this week, the Tigers played the Nu Alpha Phi Flames in what was each team’s third game of the season. The Tigers then played their fourth game against

Social media provides connections, job opportunities for students

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If you think the only purpose of social media is to check on “friends” and post your latest “selfie,” think again. In the age of technology, networking in the professional world is no longer limited to conferences and the exchange of business cards. LinkedIn, a business-oriented social networking service, offers advanced ways to build connections

Bruins end regular soccer season with loss to Georgia Gwinnett

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The Bruins lost their final men’s soccer game of the 2014 regular season 6-1 Saturday to the Georgia Gwinnett Grizzlies. For the Bruins, this 17-game season was full of highs and lows, moments of triumph and moments of defeat. Posting a record of five wins and 12 losses, the members of the team kept their

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