Opinion

February 26, 2021

Editorial: Should Christians take the vaccine?

One of the most overwhelming conversations in the news today is about the COVID-19 vaccine. As students, this topic is even more relevant to us because […]
February 26, 2021

Column

When I was 12 years old, my biggest fear was being unoriginal. The first time I was called basic, I went to the bathroom and cried. […]
February 19, 2021

Column

As I’m nearing the end of my undergraduate college education, I have begun to anticipate what lies ahead—graduate school, ministry opportunities and of course, a career. […]
February 19, 2021

Editorial: Canceling or confronting?

The idea of confronting people over their mistakes is a biblical one. In no way should a Christian ever condone actions like hate speech, racism or […]
February 12, 2021

Column

While I was home over break, two of my personal role models passed away a week apart. Their deaths were not surprising, since both were over […]
February 12, 2021

Editorial: Our love begins with Christ

We never really know how much true love we hold in our hearts until someone seemingly unloveable comes across our way. There are times when we […]
November 20, 2020

Column

For years, Christians have debated over books such as To Kill a Mockingbird, the Harry Potter series or The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn because they cover […]
November 20, 2020

Editorial: Giving thanks, no matter what

“In every thing give thanks: for this is the will of God in Christ Jesus concerning you,” Paul exhorts in 1 Thessalonians 5:18. 2020 has been […]
November 13, 2020

Column

This year was supposed to be the year of great movie releases. Movie lovers looked forward to blockbusters like Wonder Woman 1984 and Disney’s Mulan as […]
November 13, 2020

Editorial: Forgive & forget, not forget to forgive

Although forgiveness is a familiar theme to Christians, the Bible exhorts us to expand the theme to redirect the forgiveness we have been shown by God […]
November 6, 2020

Editorial: Don’t be like “Florida Man”

CNN reported last week that a Florida man was badly mauled by a black leopard after paying $150 to pet it and have a photoshoot with […]
October 30, 2020

Column

“Do you want to leave?” he asked. I looked around with wide eyes and nodded, and as we stepped out of the building I took a […]
October 30, 2020

Editorial: Endeavor to keep BJU beautiful

Keep South Carolina Beautiful, the state affiliate of Keep America Beautiful, recently gave a $10,000 new affiliate startup grant to the Keep Pickens County Beautiful program. […]
October 23, 2020

Editorial: Purity extends beyond virginity

Christian college students are faced with the challenges of purity in their lifestyles on a daily basis. While the concept of purity involves so much more […]
October 23, 2020

Column

I learned a new take on perspectives through the story of an anesthesiologist who claimed that God Himself was the first in her profession. If you […]
October 16, 2020

Column

“Just remember, Mom, ‘you can do all things through Christ which strengtheneth you,’” he said, his little face twisting in a smile. His lisp made me […]
October 16, 2020

Editorial: Discern the truth about dishonesty

Especially with the 2020 presidential election looming, public opinions are a tangle of pointed fingers obsessed with the exposure of hypocrisy. College students are inundated with […]
October 9, 2020

Editorial: Perfectionism hinders success

Fear of failure often keeps students from trying, but perfectionism often keeps students from succeeding. Paralyzed by the fear of being less than the best, many […]
October 9, 2020

Column

Everyone loves coffee, and when you hear the name Starbucks, suddenly you can almost smell the coffee, feel the warmth of the familiar shop and taste […]
October 2, 2020

Editorial: Supreme Court nominee is key

The recent death of Associate Justice of the Supreme Court Ruth Bader Ginsburg has given new occasion for liberal and conservative opinions to collide. Ginsburg was […]