October 12, 2018

Editorial: The Christian’s response to gossip

An all-too-common phenomenon in the conservative Christian community is that of sharing prayer requests or concerns about an individual in a way that is actually gossiping.  […]
October 4, 2018

Appreciating our heroes: faculty, staff

Many of us would probably agree that the best part of BJU is the people—specifically faculty, staff and their families. Last week, The Collegian included its […]
September 28, 2018

How technology is shifting our focus to trivial things, how Christians should respond

Last Tuesday a certain public figure made the “life-changing” discovery of eating milk with her cereal for the first time.  The topic became a headline that […]
April 27, 2018

Editorial: BJU students should serve Greenville

It’s funny the things we remember. The smallest thought, sight or sound can be printed in our minds like a photograph. I remember the tears in […]
April 20, 2018

Editorial: BJU students should serve Greenville

Bob Jones University is a busy place and finding extra time to do anything is a challenge. But some things are worth finding time for, especially […]
April 13, 2018

Letter to the Editor

Last week, as a follow-up to Thursday’s appreciation day, The Collegian published multiple articles celebrating the faculty. We received significant feedback from students, faculty and staff. […]
April 6, 2018

Editorial: The chief reason I chose to stay at BJU

When I transferred into Bob Jones University three years ago, I had few ideas of what to expect. I was one of the several hundred Clearwater […]
March 16, 2018

Arguing online is hurting our democracy

The internet is destroying reasonable debate. People have argued about issues as long as issues have existed, but social media pages and comment feeds have given […]
March 9, 2018

Refugees prove hope is a human need

“Hope is the pillar that holds up the world. Hope is the dream of a waking man.” The words of Roman naturalist Pliny the Elder have […]
March 2, 2018

Celebrate the life of Dr. Seuss: read a book

One hundred and fourteen years ago today, Theodor Seuss Geisel, or Dr. Seuss, was born. In 1997, the National Education Association adopted Geisel’s birthday as National […]
February 23, 2018

A song of peace for their land and for mine

It feels like the Olympics is all we’ve heard about in the last month. Whether you love it or hate it, you can’t get away from […]
February 16, 2018

Push through procrastination and finish

The 2018 Bible Conference closes today, and we will have the weekend to prepare for classes to resume once again on Monday. The spring semester seems […]
February 9, 2018

Develop your leadership, not your resume

Junior and senior year means it’s time to get your life together. For most of us the first step toward that goal is finding a job. […]
February 2, 2018

View-obsessed society deteriorates values

Popular culture frequently descends to the lowest levels of behavior to entertain modern audiences already accustomed to “shocking” content. YouTuber Logan Paul recently attracted international attention […]
January 26, 2018

Eight ways to make the most of your 2018

January just might be the most hopeful month of the year. With last year in the past, a new year waits ahead like a blank slate […]