Opinion

December 5, 2019

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It’s an unpopular opinion, but I really like Mondays.  Don’t get me wrong, I dread the end of the weekend as much as the next exhausted, coffee-dependent […]
November 14, 2019

Help! Northerner lost in the South

When I moved from my home in New Hampshire to South Carolina to start my freshman year at BJU, I thought I was prepared for the […]
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

Going Nuts on Campus

Last week, The Wall Street Journal published perhaps its most impactful piece to date. Their 2015 investigative project which, according to the Pulitzer prize committee, “gave […]
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

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Socrates. Harriet Tubman.Martin Luther. Steve Jobs. These people blazed trails for literally billions of others. We recognize and applaud them for their achievements and their commitment to […]
October 25, 2019

Column

While visiting the tiny island of Antigua in the Caribbean Ocean, I saw a beautiful country with beautiful people. Bright blue ocean surrounds dazzling white sandy […]
February 28, 2019

Study abroad programs provide valuable learning experience

Every summer, Bob Jones University students have the opportunity to learn about new cultures firsthand while earning college credit through study abroad programs. BJU is one […]
February 14, 2019

“The Dancers” to premiere in Performance Hall

BJU students will produce and direct “The Dancers,” written by Pulitzer Prize winner Horton Foote, from Feb. 21 to 23 in Performance Hall to fulfill two […]
February 7, 2019

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Slip. Snap. Sharp pain. I tried to casually walk away from the driveway into the house, limping heavily on my right ankle. “Aww man I think […]
January 31, 2019

BJU opens school at University Center

The grand opening of BJU’s new location for the School for Continuing, Online and Professional Education was held Wednesday afternoon at University Center  Greenville on Pleasantburg […]
December 7, 2018

Column 12.7.18

While rewatching How the Grinch Stole Christmas the other day, I was struck by how many good principles are intertwined in the message of this classic […]
December 6, 2018

Celebrating Christmas even when it’s bittersweet

During this time of the year, people across the globe are preparing to celebrate the joy of the holiday season. For the most part, it’s a […]
November 29, 2018

Different but the same: finding unity in diversity as Christians

Take a look around campus and you will see many diverse personalities, ethnicities, body types, and economic backgrounds. Modern culture teaches us to appreciate and celebrate […]
November 14, 2018

Thankfulness is more than a holiday

A national holiday traditionally believed to have begun with the first European settlers of American soil, Thanksgiving is about more than good food and family. Centuries before […]
November 14, 2018

Do Black Friday deals diminish the sentiment of Thanksgiving?

The placement of Black Friday on our calendar is ironic. It falls right after Thanksgiving—the one day a year where we get to be especially intentional about […]
November 8, 2018

Find true satisfaction in God, not in the work you do

If you ask an artist if they feel like a piece is completed, a common response runs somewhere along the lines of “I’m not satisfied with […]
November 8, 2018

Column 11.9.18

Ever heard the saying “Don’t judge a book by its cover?” If you haven’t, who are you? We need to meet. If you have, the immediate thought […]
November 2, 2018

The starving baker: serving others effectively by equipping yourself first

Imagine that a baker moves into town and opens a bread-and-bagel shop. A couple of weeks after the shop’s grand opening, you decide to check it […]