Opinion

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 […]
December 6, 2021

Column

Modern-day Christians struggle to recognize God’s holiness and the ramifications of it, and this error is stealing their joy. Defining holiness is difficult with a finite […]
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 29, 2021

Column

Over the summer, I received a diagnosis that changed my life. Or, more accurately, made better sense of it. I was diagnosed with attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder, […]
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 15, 2021

Column

Before I was Olivia Jeanne Thomas, my name was Hai Rong Liu. In 1999, I was found at Bus Station 19, taken to an orphanage and […]
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 […]
November 8, 2021

Column

“It makes me not want to do journalism anymore.”  When I said those words, I was in the middle of my junior year, sitting in The […]
October 25, 2021

Column

I still remember the first time I made a friend burst into tears. I had casually asked how his parents were doing, but nothing about the […]
October 25, 2021

New faculty couple shares life lessons God taught them through adversity

Dr. Jeff and Christina Miller, new faculty members in the Division of Communication and the Division of Teacher Education, have years of experience in directing theatre […]
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 18, 2021

Column

Attempting to sleep while riding in the car is not optimal, but being awakened from that sleep by a scream is far worse. High-pitched screams of […]
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 11, 2021

Column

While working at a coffee shop this summer, I had the opportunity to talk about my faith with my coworkers. One conversation stood out above the rest. […]
October 4, 2021

Column

Since my first official job three years ago, I have gradually realized just how much of a “mom friend” I am. Yes, I’m that friend who […]
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 27, 2021

Column

Every time I experience a story, it changes me. Whether the medium is a film or book, play or music album, all media tells a story, […]
September 24, 2021

Column

Over the summer, I received a piece of news related to my financial situation that caused me to become exceptionally worried. Due to a series of […]