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Film students read instructions to iNRB 24 hour film competition, Gaylord Opryland Hotel and Convention Center, Nashville, TN, February 25, 2020. (Mark Kamibayashiyama)

BJU cinema students take 2nd, 3rd place in 24-hour film competition

Daniel Quigley March 5, 2020

Two teams of cinema production majors took second and third place in the National Religious Broadcasters’ 24-hour film competition in Nashville on Feb. 26. Competing against multiple Christian colleges,...

Jeremiah Dew presents One Voice

Jeremiah Dew presents One Voice

Daniel Quigley February 27, 2020

BJU graduate Jeremiah Dew, known by the stage name JDew, will return to campus on Feb. 29 to perform his one-man-show, “One Voice: A Black History Narrative.” The performance is a multimedia theatre...

The Bible conference fundraiser for Save the Storks at BJU, Greenville, SC, January 21, 2020

BJU partners with pro-life nonprofits

Daniel Quigley February 12, 2020

The Bob Jones University community is already raising money for the annual Bible Conference offering, with the goal  of paying for a new bus that will offer free ultrasounds for the Carolina Pregnancy...

Dr. Warren Cook warms up his choir for A Very Merry Christmas Celebration concert in Founders Memorial Amphitorium, Dec. 06, 2018. (BJU Marketing/Derek Eckenroth)

Choirs, orchestra perform Messiah

Daniel Quigley December 5, 2019

BJU’s symphony orchestra and four University choirs will perform selections from George Frideric Handel’s Messiah on Dec. 12 and 13 at 7:30 p.m. in Rodeheaver Auditorium as part of the University’s...

Mr. Stegalls collection of objects in his office. BJU, Greenville, SC, November 4th, 2019 (Andrew Pledger)

What’s in Jeff Stegall’s office?

Daniel Quigley November 14, 2019

John Soane, the architect who designed the Bank of England’s headquarters, accumulated many antique items using his great wealth during his lifetime. At his death, he donated these to Parliament on the...

Staff Spotlight: Nathan Washer

Staff Spotlight: Nathan Washer

Daniel Quigley November 7, 2019

Nathan Washer works as a project manager in the enrollment division at BJU, helping Bobby Wood, chief enrollment officer, accomplish his vision one step at a time.  But Washer’s path to working for...

Dr. Roger Bradley teaching economics. BJU, Greenville, SC, October 22th, 2019 (Andrew Pledger)

Exploring the value of the core, part 2

Daniel Quigley October 31, 2019

The BJU core, courses that each person who studies at BJU must take to graduate, attempts to prepare students to communicate, make decisions and live biblically. Dr. Doug Garland, the director of assessment,...

Students preparing to learn in OT messages in Straton Hall, BJU, GREENVILLE, SC, October 22, 2019

Exploring the value of the core pt.1

Daniel Quigley October 25, 2019

Core Bible courses prepare students to view the world through a biblical framework as part of the liberal arts education at BJU.  Five classes make up BJU’s Bible core: Old Testament Literature and...

Students reherse for Voice of the Prairie production in Performance Hall, BJU, Greenville, SC, October 15, 2019. (Chris Harmony)

Tale of lovers told in Performance Hall production

Daniel Quigley October 17, 2019

So it’s more painful when they’re separated,” Stegall said, “and maybe sweeter when they’re reunited.” Students from various majors will perform John Olive’s time-hopping play about the...

Column

Column

Daniel Quigley October 17, 2019

At the risk of sounding like a heathen, I’ll admit it. I don’t often pray before meals. I’ll do it when I meet someone in the dining common for lunch or when I’m at home with my family, but when...

Donalds Donuts is now open in The Den on weekday mornings, Greenville, SC, 20 September 2019 (Robby Jorgensen).

Aramark creates Donald’s Donuts

Daniel Quigley October 7, 2019

Donald’s Donuts, a new food station in The Den, serves custom, scratch-made doughnuts to the university family. The shop, which opened this semester, runs Monday through Friday from 7:30 to 10 a.m. where...

Senior walks 1,250 miles to Canada over summer

Senior walks 1,250 miles to Canada over summer

Daniel Quigley September 27, 2019

Many students spend some of their summer vacation going to other countries, but most don’t travel by foot. But Matthew Myers, senior accounting major, hiked from Greenville to New Brunswick, Canada,...

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