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The Student News Site of Bob Jones University

The Collegian

The Student News Site of Bob Jones University

The Collegian

Scott is working to help BJU graduates earn certification from the
Association of Biblical Counselors (ACBC), where he is the director of membership services.
Photo: Jordyn Britton

Stuart Scott works to train, certify counseling students

Hannah Bray December 9, 2022

Dr. Stuart Scott joined the Bob Jones University faculty in September 2022 to serve as the director of biblical counseling. Scott brings nearly 40 years of experience to BJU, having served as a pastor,...

SermonAudio currently stores over 2.3 million sermons from conservative preachers and streams them freely on their website and app.  SermonAudio drew inspiration for its sermon Vault from the Doomsday Vault, a seed bank in Svalbard, Norway, designed to replenish plant life on earth in case of a widespread disaster. Photo: Jordyn Britton

SermonAudio Vault safeguards sermons and serves students

Hannah Bray September 30, 2022

SermonAudio, an online platform for storing and broadcasting sermons, recently set up servers known as The Vault at Bob Jones University on the second floor of the Mack Building. Steven Lee, who founded...

Hart Zakaria, third from right on top, enjoyed free time with coworkers from Maxim Healthcare Staffing. Photo: Submitted

Students find clarity while completing summer internships

Hannah Bray September 30, 2022

Over the summer, many Bob Jones University students interned at different organizations, often at the recommendation of Career Services. Three students who spoke with Career Services and eventually...

From the original 18 buildings captured in the above flyover shot from 1948, BJU expanded its campus over the next seven decades to add buildings such as BJU Press, the
Museum & Gallery, the Founders Memorial Amphitorium and the Davis Field House.
Photos: (left) Photo Services, (right) Nathaniel Hendry

Despite culture, rule changes BJU’s mission remains same

Hannah Bray May 3, 2022

Institutions change throughout the decades, and Bob Jones University is no exception. However, despite significant cultural shifts and facility updates over its decades of operation, BJU’s mission remains...

Drew Huhta, a senior cinema production major, edits his senior film.
Photo: Jordyn Britton

Senior films glorify God through fiction, nonfiction

Hannah Bray April 26, 2022

Bob Jones University’s cinema department will present its annual senior film premier on April 30 at 7 p.m. in Stratton Hall. The six senior cinema majors whose films will be presented this year include...

The final work of art portrayed at Living Gallery was The Ascension by Benjamin West, P.RA., an oil painting that hangs in BJU’s War Memorial Chapel.
Photo: Jordyn Britton

Living Gallery reflects original production during 25th anniversary

Hannah Bray April 18, 2022

Bob Jones University’s Living Gallery production celebrated its 25th anniversary on April 14-16 with throwbacks to its first production in 1998. Jeff Stegall, an associate professor in the theatre...

Hannah Bray

Column: A Strange Motivation for Pro-Life Values

Hannah Bray April 14, 2022

I could list many reasons why I’m pro-life, but the strangest and most recent reason I’ve discovered is because of a basketball team. Now, I am not a big basketball fan. I enjoy playing basketball...

Pettit, a distinguished member of the Palmetto Mandolin Society, instructs students on a basic 12 finger plucking technique.Photos: Melia Covington

Pettit to teach advanced level mandolin class

Hannah Bray April 4, 2022

Bob Jones University’s president, Steve Pettit, has recently agreed to teach a master class on the mandolin at the University this fall to expand students’ appreciation of southern culture. Michael...

The Center for Community and Global Health was launched in August 2020.Photo: Melia Covington

Health symposium to address aging from biblical perspective

Hannah Bray March 14, 2022

The Bob Jones University Center for Community and Global Health is hosting its third annual symposium, which will focus on the topic of healthy aging, on Thursday, March 17, in the Davis Room of the Dining...

Although Woo began composing music only a couple of years ago, Janssen began composing original
music in high school.
Photos: Hannah Guell

Staff, faculty compose original music for student productions

Hannah Bray March 7, 2022

Two BJU faculty and staff members recently composed original pieces for student productions. David Janssen, a faculty member in the Division of Music, created his piece for the upcoming University Symphony...

Vowels and his wife have visited more than 40 countries. Photo: Melia Covington

An unusual love story

Hannah Bray February 14, 2022

Sometimes the best love stories have the strangest beginnings, according to Mark Vowels, the chair of the Division of Ministries. Vowels came to Bob Jones University as a student with the intention of...

Swiger received his masters degree in architecture from Clemson University.
Photo: Nathaniel Hendry

Exhibit creates models for health clinic

Hannah Bray February 7, 2022

The annual interior architecture and design capstone project will be on display in the Bob Jones University Sargent Art Building’s main exhibition hall on Feb. 11 at 6:30 p.m. This exhibition is the...

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