Vol. 27 No. 24

April 4, 2014

Bruins golf team finds friendly rivalry with Benedict College

The Bruins golf team traveled to Columbia Saturday, March 29, and took second place in the Benedict College Spring Invitational. The invitational was a dual match between BJU and Benedict College, a historically black college.
April 4, 2014

Interior Design Majors

No one’s surprised when a science major walks into the science building. But why would interior design majors spend the majority of their college careers in the upper part of the science annex?
April 4, 2014

Comic: Drop-Add Week

April 4, 2014

Grad students co-produce well-known story of heroism with time period twist

Imagine being completely in charge of producing a play, a task that includes securing a venue, selecting the play’s script and cast, designing all the set pieces and costumes, and raising your own funds through marketing strategies.
April 4, 2014

Talkback: What would you name a signature coffee or soda drink for The Den?

Ben Clum, Elisa Chodan, Michael Conn, Rachel Melton and Andrew Netz.
April 4, 2014

Week at a Glance

Outdoor Movie, Leadership Workshop, University Service Day, University Ring Orders, and Greek Forum.
April 4, 2014

Musical strings: harp, string ensembles to pluck, strum during spring concerts

BJU’s chamber harp ensemble will present a concert on Saturday, April 5, at 5 p.m. in Stratton Hall. The ensemble, under the direction of Mrs. Emily Waggoner of the department of instrumental studies, will feature pieces from operas by Tchaikovsky, Ponchielli and several other composers.
April 4, 2014

Bruins men battle elements, take last place at AAC tournament

The Bruins travelled to Tennessee on Monday, March 31, for the Appalachain Athletic Conference Spring Tournament, placing last in the two-day tournament.
April 4, 2014

Professionalism, hard work defines grad-owned landscaping operation

Just as the name implies, Cut Above Enterprises is a local landscaping company well known for its professional attitude and hard work.
April 4, 2014

Society men serve up badminton matches in intramural competition

Intramural competition served up birdies last weekend with the onset of the brief badminton season. In this lesser-known intramural sport, individuals can still compete in an intense one-on-one style of play. All regular season games were held on Saturday, March 29, with athletes competing up to five times in the same day.
April 4, 2014

Q&A with Kyle Turner

How did you get started with basketball? I started at 6 years old in church leagues. . .
April 4, 2014

Column: Piano

Every morning when I’m home, I am awoken by piano music. It isn’t my alarm or a CD; it’s my little sister Becca playing her heart out. The girl is a musical genius. She can quickly and easily learn to play any instrument she touches. She sits at the piano, and her fingers seem magical; she can play by ear or just sit and write a song.
April 4, 2014

Daily decisions determine future patterns; diligence today builds stronger tomorrow

During the last sermon of Bible Conference, Dr. Les Ollila made a profound statement that challenges us to live in awareness that each decision is important: “I am becoming what I will be in 10 years — one choice at a time.”
April 4, 2014

Class of 2014 invited to enjoy fun, fellowship at Zero Year Reunion

College is about more than just the test you have next Monday, the speech you have next Friday, or the volleyball game you have this weekend; it’s about using those experiences to reach future goals.
April 4, 2014

Students recall AACS memories, past experiences

Every spring, hundreds of high school students from around the country arrive on the BJU campus for the annual American Association of Christian Schools National Competition.