December 9, 2022

Editorial: A Christmas massacre

While it is good to focus on the heartwarming elements of the Christmas story, the Bible’s account reminds us that there is much more to the […]
November 1, 2022

Editorial: Actually read the chapter 

College students often complain about having to read long assignments for classes. Perhaps they consider themselves visual learners or have trouble focusing when reading. Others say […]
September 30, 2022

Editorial: Don’t enjoy the news? Rethink your motivation

Why don’t people enjoy following the news? Obvious reasons come to mind, like the fact that a lot of mainstream news reporting tends to amplify polarization […]
May 3, 2022

Editorial: BJU should add forum for students’ feedback

Students should take advantage of the channels they have to communicate their suggestions to the Bob Jones University administration. Currently, BJU offers several channels for students […]
March 7, 2022

Editorial: Complaining is conforming

During Bible Conference, BJU students routinely heard calls from speakers to contend for the faith in their churches, in their hearts and in the world. But […]
February 7, 2022

Editorial: A big change for The Collegian

The field of journalism has changed significantly over the past decade. Increasingly, America’s most well-known newspapers, from The New York Times to The Wall Street Journal, […]
December 13, 2021

Editorial: A Somber Celebration

Christmas is a time of celebration. Throughout the nation, people celebrate the holiday season with decorations, gifts and an abundance of food. Although every year brings […]
December 6, 2021

Editorial: The complementary role

Men and women are different. This idea has always been under attack because all truth has always been under attack. Recently, the attack has been to […]
November 29, 2021

Editorial: Nothing but a stumbling block

“Though I speak with the tongues of men and of angels, and have not charity, I am become as sounding brass, or a tinkling cymbal. And […]
November 15, 2021

Editorial: Don’t suffer in silence

In less than a week, most BJU students will leave campus and head home for Thanksgiving. Many of us will spend Thanksgiving surrounded by people we […]
November 8, 2021

Editorial: Ethics guide journalism

Former President Trump and P. T. Barnum have a lot in common. As Barnum said, all press is good press. That philosophy was controversial in Barnum’s […]
October 25, 2021

Editorial: Live an immeasurable life

Arriving five minutes early is on time; arriving at the time specified is late. Rack up some volunteer hours to be accepted into that program. It’ll […]
October 18, 2021

Editorial: Respect bridges generations

Sometimes, it’s tempting to assume that rebellion against authority began with sarcastic memes and long rants about Boomers. But that’s not true. Every generation has seen […]
October 11, 2021

Editorial: After a week of silence

The pandemic brought loss. Whether that was the loss of a loved one, loss of a job or simply loss of stability, COVID-19 and its ripple […]
October 4, 2021

Editorial: The price of silence

It was just one off-color joke, just one mean comment about the weird one in your society. It would have been too much trouble to say […]
September 27, 2021

Editorial: The Gospel without borders

As our world becomes increasingly globalized and polarized, most of us feel the tension between cultures, our own and those foreign to us. Do we believe […]
September 24, 2021

Editorial: Compassion in tragedy

In the wake of the terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center on Sept. 11, 2001, the United States of America came together. Democrats and Republicans […]
April 30, 2021

Editorial: ‘Now we see through a glass darkly’

Gen Z: the generation that was born at the peak of the technological and social media explosion, created memes and copes with historic events with dark […]
April 23, 2021

Editorial: It’s okay to not be okay

“Stop being so negative.” “Cheer up.” “Look on the bright side.” “It could be worse.” As the pandemic drags on, our country continues to be divided […]
April 16, 2021

Editorial: Looks like a million bucks!

What would you do if you checked your bank balance and saw an extra million dollars? If you were 911 dispatcher Kelyn Spadoni, you would consider […]