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Career Services director Shawn Albert gestures toward symbols of
the National Association of Colleges and Employers.

Internships expand despite pandemic

Madison Floyd April 30, 2021

As COVID-19 regulations are being lifted in South Carolina, obtaining an internship has become a little easier for BJU students as employers look to take on potential interns who missed out on internship...

photos of the Diary of Anne Frank rehersal in performance hall, BJU, Greenville, SC, April 15, 2021. (Robert Stuber)

BJU to present The Diary of Anne Frank

Madison Floyd April 23, 2021

The historical play The Diary of Anne Frank allows viewers to travel to the 1940s and experience one of the many tragic stories of the Holocaust. The show will be presented nightly from April 27 through...

Senior Katelyn Lain stares in horror at the poster proclaiming Chick-fil-as imminent permanent, unchangeable, really happening closing. Photo: Robert Stuber and Andrew Pledger

April Fools: ‘Heartbreaking’: Chick-fil-A to close on campus

Madison Floyd April 1, 2021

This article contains fictional content. Happy April Fools’ Day! Say goodbye to Chick-fil-A’s delicious crispy chicken. The fast-food restaurant in The Den at Bob Jones University will permanently...

Senior Jenny Chung discusses her designs and display. Photo: Andrew Pledger

The Interior Architecture and Design Show

Madison Floyd March 26, 2021

The Division of Art + Design showcased its annual Interior Architecture and Design Show “Converge,” displaying the diversified and visionary work of its senior students, on March 20 in the Sargent...

Sandy uses airbrush makeup to prepare sophomore Joseph Simpson
for a dress rehearsal. Photo: Robert Stuber

Wig and costume department head teaches BJU’s sole makeup course

Madison Floyd March 12, 2021

Dan Sandy, a faculty member in the Division of Communication and head of the Rodeheaver wig and costume department, found his passion for makeup from Stage Makeup, a book by Richard Corson that had never...

Hani Namouz prepares food for his customers. Photo: Nick Zukowski

Pita House offers Mediterranean cuisine

Madison Floyd March 5, 2021

Pita House, a Mediterranean restaurant located in Greenville at 495 Pleasantburg Drive, is a family-run restaurant that delivers a taste of classic dishes from the Middle East. Pita House is owned by...

Scriptwriter and actor David Veatch, in 70s costume, and director
James Zhang produce the play. Photo: Nick Zukowski

Play by grad student to premiere on campus

Madison Floyd February 26, 2021

Operation: Turkey Lurkey, created by the BJU theatre arts department and written by graduate student David Veatch, promises a comedic, romantic and memorable experience. Operation: Turkey Lurkey will...

Church owns his own lawncare business. Photo: Nick Zukowski

Business class inspires student Bible conference fundraisers

Madison Floyd February 19, 2021

Student entrepreneurs on the campus of Bob Jones University are making contributions to the Bible Conference offering through their innovative businesses. Dr. Adele Dunn, a faculty member in the Division...

Dr. Alan Benson. Provided by BJU Photos.

“Sanctify Them” conference to focus on work of Spirit of God

Madison Floyd February 12, 2021

This year’s Bible Conference at Bob Jones University offers an occasion for spiritual revival, an opportunity to give and a special honor. Randy Page, chief of staff at BJU, said, “The primary focus...

Schools In is a statue of a little boy sitting on a globe studying a book through a magnifying glass.
Photo: Andrew Pledger

Campus statues become icons

Madison Floyd November 20, 2020

Some of the most iconic photo spots on campus – Rodeheaver Auditorium and the Bridge of Nations – feature unique works of art with an interesting history many may not know. At the Bridge of Nations,...

Matthew Zirkle gets his temperature checked by a CVS pharmacist before receiving the vaccine.
Photo: Lindsay Shaleen

Vaccine campaign unites associations

Madison Floyd November 13, 2020

The Health Science Association and the University Marketing Association joined forces to promote and hold flu shot clinics across campus this past Wednesday and Thursday. Dr. Amy Hicks, chair of the Division...

The tea is served in traditional Chinese style. Photo: Lindsay Shaleen

Bohemian tea shop founded in Prague opens in Greenville

Madison Floyd November 6, 2020

A newly opened tea shop in Greenville offers an alternative to coffee with a range of diverse teas that each have their own history. The first Dobrá Tea was opened in Prague in the Czech Republic to...

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