Opinion

April 30, 2021

Editorial: ‘Now we see through a glass darkly’

Gen Z: the generation that was born at the peak of the technological and social media explosion, created memes and copes with historic events with dark […]
April 30, 2021

Column

On March 11, 2020, the World Health Organization declared the COVID-19 virus a global pandemic, states started to set into motion their individual plans to protect […]
April 23, 2021

Editorial: It’s okay to not be okay

“Stop being so negative.” “Cheer up.” “Look on the bright side.” “It could be worse.” As the pandemic drags on, our country continues to be divided […]
April 23, 2021

Column

I have known many people who said they were often too anxious to do something for themselves on their own. Sometimes it’s asking a question in […]
April 16, 2021

Editorial: Looks like a million bucks!

What would you do if you checked your bank balance and saw an extra million dollars? If you were 911 dispatcher Kelyn Spadoni, you would consider […]
April 16, 2021

Column

I started learning French online in the rural Midwest, so it’s not surprising it took an international trip to speak it in person for the first […]
April 9, 2021

Editorial: Don’t be weary in well-doing

1 Corinthians 15:58 says, “Therefore, my beloved brethren, be ye steadfast, unmovable, always abounding in the work of the Lord, forasmuch as ye know that your […]
April 9, 2021

Column

I remember Dr. Pettit said in chapel last semester that the student body is the most thankful he has ever seen at the university because of […]
April 1, 2021

April Fools Debate: should BJU require artist series dates?

This article contains fictional content. Happy April Fools’ Day! Affirmative Over the past decade, Bob Jones University has experienced an unprecedented decline in the number of […]
April 1, 2021

April Fools Editorial: The question: to speak or not to speak

This article contains fictional content. Happy April Fools’ Day! We live in an age where a person’s success can be instantly tanked by things they have […]
April 1, 2021

April Fools: Column

This article contains fictional content. Happy April Fools’ Day! It was one of the biggest days of my life. Perhaps even more so because it was […]
March 26, 2021

Editorial: Women’s rights are human rights

In current cultural connotation, feminism has come to mean the support of abortion, the validation of transgenderism and the removal of traditional male and female roles […]
March 26, 2021

Column

Sometimes I read something that causes me to stop everything I am doing and take a closer look. That happened last fall when I read a […]
March 19, 2021

Editorial: Are Christians homophobic?

Many have condemned Pope Francis’ October 2020 endorsement of same-sex civil unions, state-level legal relationships. Others claimed the pope was discriminatory because he did not explicitly […]
March 19, 2021

Column

Finding profitable entertainment can be difficult, and the value of video games as entertainment has been hotly debated between generations ever since the first Odyssey consoles […]
March 12, 2021

Column

As a journalism major, I’ve noted the growing scrutiny surrounding journalism with concern. In 2020, a third of U.S. adults had no trust or confidence in […]
March 12, 2021

Editorial: Fellowship has no age requirement

Titus 2 gives advice to the body of Christ by addressing men and women of both the older and the younger generations. Older men are instructed […]
March 5, 2021

Column

When I was a freshman, I was walking back from a closing shift at Mack Library, where I had just started working. Front campus was deserted […]
March 5, 2021

Editorial: Is there a happy ending without God?

Bible Conference was just over a week ago, and many of us are still left pondering the truths shared with the student body. Sanctification, the conference […]
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 […]