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Column: Living Proof

Johnathon Smith May 3, 2022

One minute. That’s how long you have to spend reading the news to see that “the heart is deceitful above all things, and desperately wicked” (Jer. 17:9). As much as we like to think Jeremiah’s...

Students met in War Memorial Chapel on March 16 to pray for the people of Ukraine. Photo: Bradley Allweil

Christian leaders advise believers how to help Ukraine

Johnathon Smith April 1, 2022

As the casualties from Russia’s invasion continue to rise, Christian leaders in the Greenville area offered advice on how Christians can minister to the people of Ukraine. ​Since Russia invaded on...

The Collegian staff will attend the SCPA awards in person this year for the first time since the COVID-19 pandemic began.Photo: Alicia Cannon

Collegian staff earns 10 awards for student journalism

Johnathon Smith March 15, 2022

Members of the paper’s staff will receive 10 awards during the South Carolina Press Association’s 2021 Collegiate News Contest on Friday. “These awards recognize the hundreds of hours staffers have...

Dr Pepper grew three times more quickly than Pepsi and Coke while
Buiter was the companys CFO.
Photo: Jordyn Britton

Buiter reflects on years at BJU before stepping down

Johnathon Smith March 7, 2022

Reflecting on his years at Bob Jones University as he prepares to step down as dean of the School of Business at the end of the semester, Mike Buiter praises God for guiding him throughout his life. Buiter...

Design: Arianna Rayder

Faculty forum to discuss Russian invasion of Ukraine

Johnathon Smith March 3, 2022

BJU will host a faculty forum to discuss last week’s Russian invasion of Ukraine tonight from 7 to 8:30 p.m. in Stratton Hall. ​After months of increasing tensions, Russia invaded Ukraine on Feb. 24...

Before being rebranded as the presidential leadership series when Steve Pettit became president of BJU, the event was called a convocation.Photo: Derek Eckenroth

Former White House official to speak at BJU

Johnathon Smith March 1, 2022

Tim Goeglein, the vice president of external and government relations at Focus on the Family, will speak to the student body about failure and the dangers of pride at tomorrow’s presidential leadership...

Over 100 BJU students graduate December 2021

Johnathon Smith December 13, 2021

At the end of this semester next week, 102 students will complete bachelor’s degrees, 10 students will finish associate degrees and 15 students will earn graduate degrees, allowing them to graduate in...

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Column

Johnathon Smith December 13, 2021

Dear Grandpa, It’s been a long time since we’ve talked—a year, maybe. But it’s actually been three, as impossible as that is to believe. It’s taken me this long to collect my thoughts and write...

Benjamin Withrow, Steven Platt, Tricy Yue, Reagan Riddle, Lydia Flynn, Joseph Simpson and Daniel Oyarzun began working on their proposal for the XPRIZE competition in August.
Photo: Roy Rogers

BJU team wins $100,000 grant from Musk-funded competition

Johnathon Smith November 16, 2021

BJU’s Global Challenges team, comprising seven students and four faculty members from different fields, has received a $100,000 grant from the XPRIZE Foundation for a proposal to create a carbon dioxide...

Award-winning paper serves BJU for 35 years

Award-winning paper serves BJU for 35 years

Johnathon Smith November 8, 2021

 The Collegian has informed the campus of Bob Jones University through award-winning journalism throughout 35 years of changing staff members, production methods and publication schedules. Betty Solomon,...

Patterson, who also teaches French, will lead the Paris study abroad trip in 2021.  Photo: Melia Covington

BJU increases number of study abroad courses after pandemic

Johnathon Smith October 25, 2021

BJU will offer a record number of study abroad courses this summer after the previous year’s trips were canceled due to the COVID-19 pandemic. According to Dr. Jeremy Patterson, the director of the...

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Column

Johnathon Smith October 25, 2021

I still remember the first time I made a friend burst into tears. I had casually asked how his parents were doing, but nothing about the answer I received was casual.  Tears streaming down his face and...

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