Vol. 27 No. 9

November 8, 2013

BJU to host sexual abuse training seminars for all students, faculty

As a follow-up to the sexual abuse awareness training seminars held in September, the University will provide additional seminars on Nov. 11-13 and Dec. 3-4 for all students, faculty and staff who did not attend the first seminars.
November 8, 2013

Comic: Squirrel Problem

November 8, 2013

Men’s soccer season finishes strong with blowout 9-0 victory

The Bruins men’s soccer team capped off their spectacular end-of-the-season run by adding their fifth win in a row on Saturday, Nov. 2, against Chowan University.
November 8, 2013

Alpha adds another win, stays undefeated

The Alpha Theta Pi Razorbacks once again proved their dominance in the men’s intramural soccer league last week by defeating the Sigma Alpha Chi Spartans with a score of 2–0.
November 8, 2013

Bruins men shut down Royals by big deficit in season’s first game

The Davis Field House was the stage for the highly anticipated Bruins men’s intercollegiate basketball home opener on Friday, Nov. 1. The men’s team, coming off a 6–24 inaugural season, rebuilt, reconstructed and trained hard for the 2013–14 season.
November 8, 2013

Build Your Immune System

We all know that drinking orange juice gives you a Vitamin C boost, but what else can you eat or drink to build your immune system before you have to fend off a cold?
November 8, 2013

Women’s basketball team marks down first win in season opener

Fans gathered in the David Field House last Friday for the first game of the Bruins women’s second basketball season, cheering as the Bruins took away a 64–52 win over the Johnson University Royals.
November 8, 2013

Photostory: After Dark

Read about the students who work on campus late into the night.
November 8, 2013

Practical, tasty experience: Culinary Arts’ Friday Bistro

Students can support each other in many ways. They can watch student-produced plays, walk through student art shows or attend music recitals. But there’s another way to support students that may seem a little unusual: eating.
November 8, 2013

Despite loss, women’s soccer team earns spot in NCCAA Championship

The Bruins women’s soccer team was awarded the at-large bid to compete in the NCCAA DII National Championship next week, Nov. 13 to Nov. 16, in Kissimmee, Fla.
November 8, 2013

Week at a Glance

Preregistration activities begin, New chapel seat assignments, Woodwind & Flute Choirs, Journalism and Mass Communication Forum, Art and Design Forums, Class ring and graduation announcement orders, and Managing Your Resources Mini-Workshop.
November 8, 2013

Talkback: If you Could have a different major for one week, what would it be?

Jeremiah Gilbert, Erika Martin, Luke Thompson, Hannah Romero and Laura Bush answer this week's question.
November 8, 2013

Changing majors: what to do before you make the switch

Last week, The Collegian ran an article on what to do after midterm grades, and some of you are saying, “I’ve tried all that, and it’s not working. I think I just need to change my major.” But before making such a big decision, first consider a few suggestions.
November 8, 2013

Column: Running

I’m not a morning person. When my alarm goes off at 5:35 every morning, nothing seems worse than rolling out of bed and flipping on a light. So why do I get up so early?
November 8, 2013

Selfie craze lacks meaning, true identity found in pursuit of Christ

It’s the age of social media, a time when we can live in constant, immediate communication with friends and followers by sharing our thoughts, feelings and photos.
November 8, 2013

Faculty to present second Art and Design exhibit: Show to highlight artists’ personal stories, memories

Three members of the art faculty — Mr. Jon Andrews, Mr. Kevin Isgett and Mr. Jared Stanley — will share their personal stories and experiences in the second annual BJU Art and Design Faculty Exhibit, on display from Nov. 11 to Dec. 5 in the Sargent Art Building exhibition corridor.