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Seth Johnson March 12, 2021

As a journalism major, I’ve noted the growing scrutiny surrounding journalism with concern. In 2020, a third of U.S. adults had no trust or confidence in mass media according to Gallup. Past journalistic...

Going Nuts on Campus

Seth Johnson November 7, 2019

Last week, The Wall Street Journal published perhaps its most impactful piece to date. Their 2015 investigative project which, according to the Pulitzer prize committee, “gave Americans unprecedented...

1910 Bob Jones Sr portrait

Heritage Day Chapel focuses on Dr. Bob Jones Sr., preacher boys

Seth Johnson October 7, 2019

Inspired by the fervor and passion of Dr. Bob Jones Sr., the ministerial class at Bob Jones University has sung these words of their trademark song for decades. Even now, Ministry Chapel sings the same...

Contest sends three BJU winners to cupping

Contest sends three BJU winners to cupping

Seth Johnson April 4, 2019

Due South Coffee Roasters and Aramark teamed up to hold a contest that allowed three BJU students with one friend each to attend a cupping at Due South in March. Cuppings are how the coffee industry tests...

Titanic Gala attendees mingle and enjoy a presentation from the Josalyns in the Welcome Center, Greenville, SC, BJU,  March 14, 2019. (Rebecca Snyder)

Gala features Titanic Museum Attraction owners

Seth Johnson March 28, 2019

Three men in a cabin space six feet in diameter. Two and a half hours to cross a distance of two and a half miles. It may sound like a miserable trip, but when the destination is the wrecked Titanic...

Matzkos travel US as BJUs Science Ambassadors

Matzkos travel US as BJU’s Science Ambassadors

Seth Johnson March 14, 2019

At the beginning of this academic year, Dr. George Matzko, who taught on the science faculty at BJU for 39 years, along with his wife, Darlene, who also served on the staff at BJU for many years, began...

Beyond: Serving with Purpose

Beyond: Serving with Purpose

Seth Johnson March 14, 2019

In chapel Tuesday, the Community Service Council launched BEYOND, an initiative designed to encourage and equip students in a lifelong quest for service. BEYOND launched with a special forum that took...

Richard Allen

Richard Allen

Seth Johnson February 14, 2019

Richard Allen received salvation through Christ in 1780, and six years later, he bought his physical salvation from slavery for $2,000. That same year, he began preaching at St. George’s Church, a racially...

Phillis Wheatley

Phillis Wheatley

Seth Johnson February 7, 2019

On MLK Day this year, many BJU students volunteered in the nearby community in various outreaches, one of which was at the Phillis Wheatley Community Center in Greenville. Since BJU students just helped...

Bruins wrap up season with fall sports luncheon

Bruins wrap up season with fall sports luncheon

Seth Johnson December 7, 2018

Bruins athletes and coaches will reminisce on this past sports season during the Bruins Foundation Fall Sports Luncheon, which will take place at noon on Dec. 8, in the Davis Room of the dining common. Team...

Patriots claim second Turkey Bowl win in a row

Patriots claim second Turkey Bowl win in a row

Seth Johnson November 14, 2018

The Beta Delta Gamma Patriots earned another Turkey Bowl trophy and maintained their undefeated status after winning 3-1 in the championship game on Saturday against the Pi Kappa Sigma Cobras. The teams...

Hannah Anderson and Erin Straza record a podcast during a workshop at the Leaf Institute.  Photo: Kayla Jacobs

Leaf Institute offers learning opportunities downtown

Seth Johnson November 14, 2018

The new downtown Greenville enterprise opened by BJU alumni, the Leaf Institute of Art & Vocation, offers classes and events that focus on art, faith and work. Brannon McAllister, Michelle Radford...

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