Community News

November 7, 2020

Biden declared winner, results still disputed by Trump

Associated Press has declared Joe Biden the 46th president of the United States after a perceived Democratic victory in Pennsylvania. Undecided states are currently Georgia and […]
November 6, 2020

Bohemian tea shop founded in Prague opens in Greenville

A newly opened tea shop in Greenville offers an alternative to coffee with a range of diverse teas that each have their own history. The first […]
November 6, 2020

Election results to rely on key states

Americans were held in suspense on election night as the ballots rolled in with a constant give-and-take for the presidential candidates. As of press time for […]
October 16, 2020

Study Abroad develops skills

Whether studying communication or art, French or history, business or health, the BJU study abroad program offers opportunities for students to experience new cultures, learn about […]
October 16, 2020

Shakespeare drama features female cast

An all-female cast from BJU’s theatre department will finally get to showcase their work from last semester, Shakespeare’s Measure for Measure on Oct. 16 and 17 […]
October 16, 2020

Public Safety highlights protocols after CVS fatality

After a man was fatally shot Oct. 5 in the parking lot of CVS just a few blocks from BJU, Public Safety has encouraged students to […]
October 9, 2020

Asian restaurant opens near BJU

Nori Asian Cuisine, a newly opened restaurant at 2017 Wade Hampton Blvd, offers a diverse menu with a variety of Asian foods. Nori opened on Sept. […]
October 9, 2020

Biden, Trump trade insults at first presidential debate

BJU students packed the Activity Center on Thursday Sept. 29 to watch President Donald Trump and former vice president Joe Biden debate major political issues in […]
October 9, 2020

Annual craft parade supports local artists

Taking on a new look and residing in a new venue, the Indie Craft Parade will continue this year and will be open Fridays through Sundays […]
October 9, 2020

Last Supper mural hidden from Hitler, crosses Atlantic

The Last Supper mural on the Fine Arts building survived a war in Germany and drew crowds in a tourist park in Florida before finding a […]
September 18, 2020

Human trafficking rises in state of SC

Human trafficking is on the rise in the Greenville area, and BJU students have opportunities to help stop it. Students can start by educating themselves on […]
March 13, 2020

Students take center stage in Cosi Fan Tutte performance

Bob Jones University presented its first opera featuring a cast and crew entirely made up of BJU students, a production of Mozart’s Cosi Fan Tutti, on […]
March 5, 2020

March honors, celebrates women’s historical impact

March 1 begins the annual celebration of Women’s History Month, as designated by presidential proclamation in 1995.  This March is also the 32nd anniversary of the […]
March 5, 2020

Faye Lopez, Miriam Patterson and Terry Pettit find their callings at BJU

Women serving God at BJU find their own unique paths to accomplish God’s will for their lives. Three BJU women who came to their ministries from […]
March 5, 2020

Bruins golf teams spring into tournament-packed season

The Bruins golf teams are back in full swing as they enter their spring season.  The women’s golf team hosted the Bruins Spring Invitational Tournament on […]
March 5, 2020

BJU cinema students take 2nd, 3rd place in 24-hour film competition

Two teams of cinema production majors took second and third place in the National Religious Broadcasters’ 24-hour film competition in Nashville on Feb. 26. Competing against multiple […]
March 5, 2020

Pastor John Monroe reflects on BJU education

Many BJU students have sat under the ministry of Dr. John Monroe as they’ve attended the church he pastors, Faith Baptist Church. In 2009, John Monroe […]
March 5, 2020

CoRE Conference tackles addiction epidemic from a biblical perspective

BJU Seminary will host the 2020 CoRE Conference—“New Life: Hope & Help for an Addicted World”—to provide teaching on various subtopics of addiction including substance abuse, […]
March 5, 2020

Column

I really like superhero stories. I love stories about people who have the power they need to really make a difference in the world. I love […]
March 5, 2020

Empowered Women Empower Women

Sexism. Wage gap. Sexual harassment. Human trafficking. Gender bias. With International Women’s Day next Sunday, Women’s History Month underway and the #MeToo movement coming back into the media […]