Vol. 27 No. 14

January 24, 2014

Women’s basketball quiets Eagles, Spiecker leads with 19 points

The Bruins women’s basketball team defeated the Pensacola Christian College Eagles last Friday night in the Davis Field House with a double-digit victory, 58-41.
January 24, 2014

Jackson Marketing Group displays student photography

Six students in BJU’s Art of Photography class were able to display their photographs in an art exhibition at Jackson Marketing Group at the end of last semester as a final class project.
January 24, 2014

Week at a Glance

Society Officers Seminar, Graduating Student Expo, Pre-Law Forum and Pancake Study Break.
January 24, 2014

Photostory: Semester Best Practices

It’s the second week of school. Are you drowning yet? Well, the good news is that you have 16 weeks left to prove yourself. The bad news is that there’s no easy route to a 4.00 GPA.
January 24, 2014

Cuban bites add spicy flavor to healthier eats

The Tropical Chicken Grille, located at 215 Pelham Road in Greenville, less than two miles from campus, specializes in first-rate Cuban chicken dishes and sandwiches, but at an affordable price. “You’re paying fast-food prices for the best quality chicken available,” owner Lazaro Montoto said.
January 24, 2014

Comic: Meet Seth, Aimee and Corvin

January 24, 2014

Close, but not quite: Bruins can’t edge out Eagles, take a 69-71 loss

There was heartbreak in Greenville Friday night as the BJU Bruins fell 69-71 to Pensacola Christian College. The Davis Field House amassed more than 3,100 fans as the Bruins took on the Eagles in search of redemption after their close loss against Clearwater one week earlier. The game promised to be a close one. . .
January 24, 2014

How students make, maintain 2014 resolutions

With a few weeks crossed off the 2014 calendar, now is the time when New Year’s resolutions are put to the test.
January 24, 2014

Creation-evolution debate should stir university family to prayer

The Apostle Peter encourages us in 1 Peter 3 to always be ready to give an answer for our faith, the hope that is in us. This commandment spurs us to study and learn Scripture with the purpose of knowing God and knowing how to explain God’s hope to others.
January 24, 2014

Sports Blurbs

Manchester United sits in seventh place, Olympic Winter Games are threatened by terrorists, and Peyton Manning leads the Denver Broncos to the Super Bowl.
January 24, 2014

Lawyer brings experience to BJU faculty, School of Business

Dr. James Brammer, a new member of the BJU faculty and a former practicing lawyer, is beginning his second semester teaching multiple sections of Legal Environment & Ethics of Business, Taxation I and Taxation II in the School of Business.
January 24, 2014

Campus Store outsources textbook retail, saves students money

As most of you have probably noticed, buying textbooks through BJU’s Campus Store was a little different this semester. The most obvious differences are the new website and different checkout lines. But the change is bigger than that. . .
January 24, 2014

Talkback: If you were to give up one of your favorite foods for a year, what would it be?

Stephanie Perez, Nathan Melton, Sarah Shirey, Elijah Vazquez and Callie Summer answer this week’s question.
January 24, 2014

Three Bruins women named to NSCAA All-American team

After winning the NCCAA Division II National Soccer Championship, the Bruins women are proud to have three of their own named to the NSCAA All-American team. Seniors Sarah Iwanowycz, Becca Luttrell and junior Tori Anderson were honored for their accomplishments both on and off the field.
January 24, 2014

Column: Millennials

Millennials. We’re the passionate ones who dream of setting the world on fire, we’re the ones with smartphones glued to our hands, and we’re the ones to want more information at a pace that’s faster than ever.