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Bruins basketball player Tamrah Konieczka uses an exercise band
during a workout by the Conex facility. Photo: Bradley Allweil

Bruins install new workout facility

Johanna Huebscher April 30, 2021

The Bob Jones University athletic department has recently opened a new outdoor training facility, a Conex building, for its student-athletes. The Conex building is a converted storage unit retrofitted...

Daraven Perez and Ellie Weier are the elected 2021-22
student body presidents. Photo: Nick Zukowski

Student body elects 2021-22 SLC officers

Johanna Huebscher April 23, 2021

BJU students elected the 2021-22 Student Leadership Council officers during elections April 12- 15, with winners being announced April 20. Biblical counseling and kinesiology double major Daraven Perez...

The Men’s Basketball Award was given to the Epsilon Zeta Chi Tornadoes at the championship game Friday. Photo: Madeline Peters

Intramural championships close out

Johanna Huebscher April 23, 2021

This academic year, societies competed in 10 intramural sports, including soccer, volleyball and futsal, with 16 championship games completed and six more awaiting results. In one of the most highly anticipated...

Estebans burgers can be a single or double patty and have mushrooms, bacon, lettuce, tomatoes and onions. Photo: Madeline Peters

Esteban’s explores menu changes

Johanna Huebscher April 9, 2021

The smell of beef fills the air. The sound of sizzling burgers mixes with laughter and the general hum of student life. It is Sunday evening in The Den and Esteban’s is in full swing. While known for...

A freshman math major, witnessing a proposal, is frozen in fear at the
prospect of a relationship while his upperclassmen friend gives advice.
Photo: Madeline Peters

April Fools: Freshmen concerned they will die alone

Johanna Huebscher April 1, 2021

This article contains fictional content. Happy April Fools’ Day! Freshman Chris P. Chreme has had a rough first semester. Much to the shame of his family and friends, Chreme came back from his first...

McNeelys puppet of his favorite author James Joyce features the
authors signature spectacles and hat. Photo: Nick Zukowski

McNeely gives modern look at literature

Johanna Huebscher March 26, 2021

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 in the final stages of the dissertation, I had family members...

Britton has a bachelors degree in Health and Physical Education and a
masters degree in Health and Exercise Science. Photo: Nick Zukowski

ESSA to host newest workshop

Johanna Huebscher March 19, 2021

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 23 in Levinson Hall. The...

European Market began in Chattanooga, Tennessee, in 1999.
Photo: Nick Zukowski

Market merges over 25 European food cultures

Johanna Huebscher March 12, 2021

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 has clean white floors and the walls are painted shades...

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Johanna Huebscher February 26, 2021

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. I felt like my entire identity was erased and that I was nothing more...

Participants in the Murder Mystery Dinner fundraiser study their notes from interactions to discover
which one of the characters, played by volunteers, is guilty. Photo: Taylor Caldwell

Student fundraising events help exceed 200K health center goal

Johanna Huebscher February 26, 2021

The BJU community raised over $216,000 for the construction of Hope Christian Health Center in the Ivory Coast during Bible Conference, and donations are still coming in. The Theta Delta Omicron Tigers...

TRACS reviews BJU’s accreditation

Johanna Huebscher February 19, 2021

Evaluators from the Transnational Association of Christian Colleges and Schools are scheduled for a virtual visit to BJU on Feb. 23 and 24 as the next step in the process of reaffirming the University’s...

Dr. Kadio directed BJU in establishing its COVID-19 protocols. Photo: Nick Zukowski

$200K goal set for hospital fundraiser

Johanna Huebscher February 12, 2021

Ten years ago, Dr. Bernard Kadio, faculty member in the Division of Health Sciences, had the idea to build a Christian hospital in the Ivory Coast. This year’s Bible Conference $200K offering will help...

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