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The Student News Site of Bob Jones University

The Collegian

The Student News Site of Bob Jones University

The Collegian

Students enrolled in the summer housing program will pay $70 per week.   Photo: Hal Cook/BJU Marketing

BJU introduces residence hall summer housing program

Kate Jones December 7, 2018

Bob Jones University will begin opening two of its residence halls to students who are staying in Greenville for all or part of the summer. This summer residency program will begin for the summer of 2019,...

Thankfulness is more than a holiday

Kate Jones November 15, 2018

A national holiday traditionally believed to have begun with the first European settlers of American soil, Thanksgiving is about more than good food and family. Centuries before Christ was born, cultures...

Dr. Brian Carruthers meets with an education student in his office.    Photo: Robby Jorgenson

New program recruits students for education career

Kate Jones November 9, 2018

“Teaching is the profession that teaches all other professions.”  This statement was made by Dr. Brian Carruthers, dean of the School of Education, in his promotional video for the Teachers for Tomorrow...

Steve Choi and Kendall Deas discuss ways they can further language learning at a ULA meeting.    Photo: Rebecca Snyder

University Language Association celebrates culture

Kate Jones November 2, 2018

The University Language Association is a campus organization providing language opportunities and cultural experiences to students outside of the classroom setting. According to Dr. Jeremy Patterson, ULA...

Column 10.26.18

Kate Jones October 25, 2018

My grandmother has cancer—a rather jarring diagnosis I learned of during my first week of school. She is one of my life’s role models and (even in her 80s) I have never known her to act her age—she...

Laura Woodruff, admissions counselor for the Greenville area, connects with prospective day students.    Photo: Rebecca Snyder

Opportunities abound for day students to connect

Kate Jones October 12, 2018

Day students at BJU have many opportunities to get involved and connect with peers outside of their own majors. The opportunities offered to day students are very similar those offered to residence hall...

Patch the Pirates ministry has transformed many lives.  Photo: Kayla Jacobs

Alumni Relations office to honor Patch the Pirate

Kate Jones October 4, 2018

The BJU Alumni Relations  office will honor Ron Hamilton, or Patch the Pirate as he is fondly referred to by families around the world, with its first Lifetime Achievement  Award Oct.11. The presentation...

Graduates of the 2017 class celebrate after their graduation ceremony.    Photo: BJU Marketing/Hal Cook

2018 seniors reflect on their college years

Kate Jones April 27, 2018

Graduation is fast approaching. At the end of each day, each senior breathes a collective sigh of relief: one day closer to the end of college and the beginning of a new place in life. For the seniors...

The Burial at Thebes revives ancient Greek theatre

The Burial at Thebes revives ancient Greek theatre

Kate Jones April 20, 2018

One of the advantages of producing classic works for the stage is the ability to reinterpret them and place them in modern settings. For this reason, theatre arts graduate students Ashley Gwillim and Amy...

Alex Viscioni (left), Jacob Napier (center) and Caleb Gleason (right) rehearse for  The Rainmaker.    Photo: Rebecca Snyder

The Rainmaker to finish semester’s theatre season

Kate Jones April 20, 2018

Comedy will meet romance in a production of Richard Nash’s 1954 play The Rainmaker coming soon to Performance Hall. The show will be performed by the theatre arts department and directed by Mr. Ron Pyle...

Aaron Ferrari, Daniel Nazaruk, Ethan Case and Jeremy Kramer show off the UIAs pricey new equipment.  Photo: Robby Jorgensen

UIA team ranks among top 50 in national competition

Kate Jones April 13, 2018

Four members of the University Investment Association (UIA) participated in a national competition using stock market-level software, investing virtual money in companies they researched and measuring...

Column 4/6/18

Kate Jones April 6, 2018

People give me weird looks when I tell them I’m a literature snob, giving them images of Kate in her happy place, surrounded by dusty old tomes of bygone eras. Growing up on campus, I longed to go to...

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