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April 16, 2021

Mininger shoots for artistic excellence

Rebekah Mininger, a faculty member in the department of design and photography professor at BJU, is thankful for her experience at BJU and the journey that […]
April 16, 2021

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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 16, 2021

PPO forum discusses judicial polarization

The Public Policy Organization presented a forum on judicial polarization Tuesday night, featuring three faculty members from the Division of History, Government and Social Sciences: Dr. […]
April 9, 2021

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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 9, 2021

Former drug addict finds identity in Christ

With his smiling face and unrelenting energy, Young Jin Ghun gives no indication of the hardship and pain he has faced in his life. However, the […]
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

The Interior Architecture and Design Show

The Division of Art + Design showcased its annual Interior Architecture and Design Show “Converge,” displaying the diversified and visionary work of its senior students, on […]
March 26, 2021

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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 26, 2021

McNeely gives modern look at literature

One member of the English faculty is so passionate about his favorite author, James Joyce, that he has a finger puppet of him. “When I was […]
March 19, 2021

ESSA to host newest workshop

The Exercise and Sports Science Association workshop will feature alumni speakers physical therapist Dr. Brandon Moss and physical therapist assistant Sarah Kazian at 7 p.m. on […]
March 19, 2021

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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

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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

Market merges over 25 European food cultures

It’s a regular evening at European Market No. 4 on Woodruff Road. Sandwiched between a gold and silver store and a comic book store, the store […]
March 5, 2021

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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

BJU’s First Fashion Show

February 26, 2021

Freshmen to commit to local churches at end of semester

As freshmen are faced with committing to a church at the end of this semester, members of the BJU community share their advice on selecting a […]
February 26, 2021

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When I was 12 years old, my biggest fear was being unoriginal. The first time I was called basic, I went to the bathroom and cried. […]
February 19, 2021

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As I’m nearing the end of my undergraduate college education, I have begun to anticipate what lies ahead—graduate school, ministry opportunities and of course, a career. […]
February 19, 2021

Cook advocates for adoption

Dr. Brent Cook, a faculty member in the Division of Biblical Studies and Theology, is renowned for his apologetics and worldview class, often cited as one […]
February 12, 2021

Small businesses provide Asian cuisine

For students who want to experience authentic international foods, two local markets offer them the chance to purchase products not typically available in American grocery stores. […]