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September 25, 2020

Special topics class teaches Black history

This semester, Dr. Mark Sidwell, a professor in the Division of History, Government and Social Science, is teaching a special topics class in African American history. […]
September 25, 2020

“Mask”-verade

Mr. David Davis, a criminal justice department faculty member, has been taking advantage of the COVID-19 mask recommendation to wear his “kufiya” or, “keffiyeh,” a traditionally […]
September 25, 2020

Column

About three weeks before returning to school, ready to charge into a new and different semester, I did it. I took the brave and fatal step […]
September 18, 2020

Human trafficking rises in state of SC

Human trafficking is on the rise in the Greenville area, and BJU students have opportunities to help stop it. Students can start by educating themselves on […]
September 18, 2020

Column

Facebook is a cancer. One of my friends told me this several months ago, but I did not agree. I’m a writer and a journalism and […]
September 18, 2020

Staff spotlight: Hal Cook photographs BJU’s essence

Students may know Hal Cook as the man who took their headshots the past two weeks, but his role is much more extensive. The man behind […]
September 11, 2020

Faculty spotlight: Dr. Bernard Kadio preps BJU for pandemic

Dr. Bernard Kadio first met students from BJU in 2018 in his home country of Ivory Coast. That meeting ultimately led Kadio, a medical professional educated […]
March 5, 2020

Pastor John Monroe reflects on BJU education

Many BJU students have sat under the ministry of Dr. John Monroe as they’ve attended the church he pastors, Faith Baptist Church. In 2009, John Monroe […]
March 5, 2020

Column

I really like superhero stories. I love stories about people who have the power they need to really make a difference in the world. I love […]
February 27, 2020

Students craft personalized degrees with interdisciplinary studies major

Students interested in two or three fields could study multiple majors, but if they want to learn how to make several majors work together, they may […]
February 27, 2020

BJU Theatre Department, ROTC, Health Science Association work together to produce Philoctetes

The BJU Theatre Department is collaborating with the Health Sciences Association and the BJU ROTC program to produce Philoctetes, a Greek play with a modern twist. […]
February 27, 2020

Column

With pro-life activists speaking up now more than ever and our BJU community raising money to purchase a Save the Storks bus for the Carolina Pregnancy […]
February 27, 2020

Night for Life to share Abby Johnson’s story

Former Planned Parenthood clinic director Abby Johnson will speak at Night for Life, the pro-life fundraising event sponsored by Piedmont Women’s Center on the campus of […]
February 21, 2020

Column

Have you ever tried to handle an angry kitten? With tiny claws and tinier teeth, the little ball of fur will swipe and gnaw at any hand […]
February 12, 2020

Opinion: Kobe Bryant’s death reminds nation of life’s brevity

I was driving back from a church event when I heard the news. “Hey, Anna Grace,” my boyfriend said, reading the notification on his phone. “Kobe […]
February 12, 2020

Column

Imagine my surprise as I reached a full week of deleting social media apps from my phone and noted that the sun still rises, the world […]
December 12, 2019

Student Spotlight: Jan-David Green

Jan-David Green, a freshman premed major, found his way to Bob Jones University from Zimbabwe. Green grew up on a farm in Zimbabwe with his parents, two […]
December 12, 2019

Column

When I first came onto The Collegian writing staff around the middle of the 2019 spring semester, I was excited and a nervous wreck. I did not […]
December 5, 2019

International professors share their experiences, BJU journey

With over 40 countries represented in the student body, Bob Jones University has not just students but also professors from all over the world living, learning […]
December 5, 2019

Column

It’s an unpopular opinion, but I really like Mondays.  Don’t get me wrong, I dread the end of the weekend as much as the next exhausted, coffee-dependent […]