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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.