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The Collegian

The Student News Site of Bob Jones University

The Collegian

The Student News Site of Bob Jones University

The Collegian

Garcia decorates one of the gingerbread houses, which are on display in the dining common lobby.
Photo: Lindsay Shaleen

Holiday tradition returns to culinary arts program

Ethan House December 13, 2021

The gingerbread village, a Bob Jones University culinary arts tradition, has returned after a seven-year absence. In the week before Thanksgiving break, 19 culinary arts students began working on a gingerbread...

BJU hit by national labor shortage

Ethan House November 29, 2021

As widespread labor shortages sweep the country, Bob Jones University has struggled to fill many positions and has made adjustments to accommodate reduced staffing. Although some locations on campus,...

Photo: BJUToday

Annual Seminary lecture series to focus on biblical leadership

Ethan House November 8, 2021

BJU Seminary’s 2021 Stewart Custer Lecture Series, which will be held across four sessions tomorrow morning, will focus on the theme of biblical leadership and will feature guest speaker Dr. Les Ollila.  The...

Unlike previous faculty forums such as the 2016 forum Balancing Piety and Pragmatism: Evangelicals in Politics pic- tured above, this years event will offer the speakers time to develop a full argument at the beginning of the discussion. 
Photo: Kayla Pierce

Faculty forum focuses on Christian view of identity

Ethan House October 25, 2021

BJU will hold a faculty forum aiming to answer the student body’s questions about the biblical view of identity in the modern world at 7 p.m. on Thursday in Stratton Hall. Gary Weier, BJU’s provost...

Student workers such as junior visual studies major Clara Arai fill the need for extra work during increased sales. Photo: Laura Davis

BJU Press sales boom driven by Christian educators, homeschoolers

Ethan House October 18, 2021

While large numbers of businesses are closing and many more companies have been struggling to remain open during the COVID-19 pandemic, BJU Press has experienced a 30% increase in total sales in the past...

Joe Beach, a sophomore culinary arts student, prepares pizza using the Bistros new clay oven.
Photo: Robert Stuber

Bistro serves affordable comfort food

Ethan House October 11, 2021

The Bistro, a student-run eatery located in the Culinary Arts building, focuses on providing a culinary experience with the theme of “by students, for students.” The Bistro is operated by culinary...

Dr. Carruthers has served as dean of the school for 12 years.
Photo: Melia Covington

School of Education expands title

Ethan House October 4, 2021

The School of Education officially expanded its name to the School of Education and Human Services to better reflect its programs and advertise its offerings to prospective students after a yearlong approval...

Benjamin West, P.R.A.’s The Ascension, an oil painting owned by M&G, hangs in BJU’s War Memorial Chapel. Photo: Robert Stuber

M&G celebrates 70th year location change

Ethan House September 27, 2021

Despite the closure of the Museum & Gallery’s location on Bob Jones University’s campus in 2017, M&G remains active as it plans for its 70th anniversary and seeks funding for its relocation...



Ethan House September 24, 2021

Over the summer, I received a piece of news related to my financial situation that caused me to become exceptionally worried. Due to a series of events both inside and outside my control, I found myself...

Quiyante Simpson-Burroughs, Sarah Coats, Noah Villiger and Bailey Wright celebrate the final days of their senior year at BJU.
Photo: Madeline Peters

Graduating seniors celebrate 2021 commencement week

Ethan House April 30, 2021

The graduating class of 2021 will be honored May 6-9, and a separate long-anticipated commencement ceremony will be held for the class of 2020 on May 8. An awards ceremony will be held at 11:15 a.m. on...

Benge and Kadio walk from the new School of Health Professions.
Photo: Nick Zukowski

Medical professionals discuss long-term COVID-19 effects

Ethan House April 23, 2021

The School of Health Professions hosted their second COVID-19 symposium, titled “COVID-19 — Global Health and Pathways to Recovery,” in the Mack Building on April 22, focusing on the long-term effects...

An arrangement of antique medical tools, labeled with nearby explanations, displays part of the medical treatment history of Travelers Rest. Photo: Nick Zukowski

Free museums record local history

Ethan House April 16, 2021

Of many free museums in the Greenville area, two local museums are giving members of the public a look into national and local history. The American Legion Post 3 preserves a slice of national history...

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