Editorial

December 12, 2019

Enjoing your holly jolly Christmas

It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas, but there will be no silent night until finals are finished. But before we all head home for […]
December 5, 2019

Chick-fil-Yay or Chick-fil-Nay?

Just a few weeks ago, Chick-fil-A was all over the news because of their press release about past and future donations from the Chick-fil-A Foundation, saying […]
November 14, 2019

And then I said, “Ok, boomer.”

Within the last few weeks, crosshairs have been firmly fixed on boomers. From Twitter and Facebook to Reddit and other websites, the use of the hashtag […]
November 7, 2019

Kanye West: Convert to Christianity?

“I am a recent convert. It means I recently got saved within this year.” When Christians hear these words, or ones like them, they usually rejoice […]
October 31, 2019

Should we care about the environment?

A few weeks ago, a Swedish teen came to the United States to speak at a United Nations global climate forum. And the Internet went crazy. […]
October 25, 2019

Drop the church hop

Ever heard of “church hopping”?  Most of us at BJU have—it’s usually what we do when we’re freshmen and can’t decide where to go, or we […]
October 17, 2019

The Culture of Politics

If you follow the news, you have seen that Ellen DeGeneres has come under fire just for having a friendship with former President George W. Bush. […]
October 11, 2019

Instagram takes step in right direction

Instagram has been testing a new version of their platform, but instead of adding a feature, the new version will take away the number of “likes” […]
October 7, 2019

Civility during political turmoil

Politics. The reason many people avoid Facebook posts and ignore the news. A source of strife between family members and friends. A subject generally to be […]
September 27, 2019

Conquering cultural tentions

Conquistando las tensiones culturales El mundo hoy, como en el pasado, es una combinación complicada de personas, culturas, países e ideas. Solo ayer, fue el Día […]
September 19, 2019

Find a penny, pick it up . . .

Pick up a penny on the ground, and no one will say you’re stealing. Finders keepers, right? But how far does that rule of thumb extend? […]
April 18, 2019

The students’ role during Faculty and Staff Appreciation Day

A prevailing theme in conversation at the end of every school year is that of leaving campus. From seniors who will probably never return as students […]
April 11, 2019

Why people should support journalists’ right to promise sources confidentiality

A Fox News reporter was forced to make a decision several years ago: obey a court order or go to jail. The reporter, Jana Winter, said […]
April 4, 2019

“Be yourself” is bad advice

“Just be yourself.” How many times have we heard this advice—when going to a new school, starting a new job, meeting your significant other’s parents? We’re […]
March 28, 2019

Drive-thru pay it forward: Generous gesture or guilt trip?

A few years ago, a man in Florida ended an 11-hour “pay it forward” chain in a Starbucks drive-thru. According to ABC News, he chose not […]
March 15, 2019

Matzkos travel US as BJU’s Science Ambassadors

At the beginning of this academic year, Dr. George Matzko, who taught on the science faculty at BJU for 39 years, along with his wife, Darlene, […]
March 14, 2019

College students and sleep

Sleep. It’s a foreign word to some college students, as classes, work, friends, church and a multitude of other activities fill our precious 24 hours a […]
February 28, 2019

Talented youth, higher authority and Nicolas Bourbaki

Think over this quote. “Talented youth, unconstrained by higher authority, is a powerful force.” What do you think? At first glance, it sounds a bit revolutionary, […]
February 21, 2019

7 professors confess side hobbies you won’t believe (number 6 will shock you)

Have you ever run across a click-bait headline like the one above? If you have ever used the Internet, then chances are high that you’ve run […]
February 14, 2019

Responding to our country’s polarization

The United States recently witnessed the longest government shutdown in our history so far, and some of the effects were widespread. Government employees missed several paydays, […]