Johanna Huebscher

November 13, 2020

What Is It? Barge

The empty building beside the Davis Field House hasn’t been a hospital in five years, but in its time, the Barge Memorial Hospital was a fully […]
November 13, 2020

Turkey Bowl 2020

The 73rd annual BJU Turkey Bowl and its after-party, the Fall Festival, is taking place this Saturday, Nov. 14 as a welcome continuation of tradition during […]
November 6, 2020

Column

The day I left for my first semester of college, I cried the whole way to the airport. Every instinct in me screamed to turn the […]
October 23, 2020

Current, retired faculty, staff rent housing on back campus

New residents continue to move into back campus, a collection of over 60 houses behind the soccer fields, joining a community in which some have lived […]
October 16, 2020

Mr. Z shapes student cinema

It is freshman Abigail Serviss’ first day of class. She finds her class, Introduction to Visual Storytelling, makes her way to her seat and pulls out […]
October 9, 2020

Former police chief shares skills

Lance Crowe’s favorite part of his job is the variety he experiences. Crowe gets plenty of it between teaching criminal justice classes at Bob Jones University […]
October 2, 2020

Jared Stanley honors personal loss with doctoral dissertation

It is a typical day in the Stanley household. After he drops his kids off at school, Dr. Jared Stanley heads to work at BJU, where […]
September 25, 2020

Behind-the-scenes technicians keep BJU running smoothly

Many individuals work behind the scenes at BJU. Ed Rea, the piano technician for BJU, says that it is important to recognize those individuals. “It’s very […]