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The Collegian

The Student News Site of Bob Jones University

The Collegian

Amber Stutz portrait taken by Rachel Sartain. Greenville, SC, BJU, Rachel Sartain

Students craft personalized degrees with interdisciplinary studies major

Sidney Seiber February 27, 2020

Students interested in two or three fields could study multiple majors, but if they want to learn how to make several majors work together, they may want to consider majoring in interdisciplinary studies.  According...



Sidney Seiber February 13, 2020

Where am I supposed to be?  This is a big question that many people have coming into college, and I was among them. My brother majored in mechanical engineering. My sister majored in criminal justice.  And...

BJU Student Volunteers, Richard Wang, Xzavier Dunkley, and Joshua Barilla, help in a Martin Luther King Jr. Service Project, at the Miracle Hill Boys Shelter, Jan. 20, 2020. (Derek Eckenroth)

Students serve community with MLK Day outreaches

Sidney Seiber February 12, 2020

“An individual has not started living until he can rise above the narrow confines of his individualistic concerns to the broader concerns of all humanity,” said Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., the Baptist...



Sidney Seiber December 12, 2019

When I first came onto The Collegian writing staff around the middle of the 2019 spring semester, I was excited and a nervous wreck. I did not feel like the best person for the position. My writing was...

Christmas Lighting Ceremony, Dec 1, 2017. (BJU Marketing/Derek Eckenroth)

Christmas Celebration lights up front campus

Sidney Seiber December 5, 2019

It was a dark and chilly evening last December when BJU choirs were singing in front of Rodeheaver Auditorium. The South Carolina snow was in puddles, and alumni and students were in huddles around the...

Theater Arts Bakeoff, in Performance Hall at BJU, Jan 20, 2018. (BJU Marketing/Derek Eckenroth)

Greenville organizations offer student volunteer opportunities

Sidney Seiber November 14, 2019

“Jesus says in John 20:21, ‘As the Father sent me, send I you,’” said Dr. Mark Vowels, the director of the Center for Global Opportunities.  Vowels went on to say that in this passage, Jesus...

Paul Jantz in his office in the Fine Arts building, BJU, Greenville, SC, October 10, 2019

Kaleidoscope Concert provides campus preview to prospective students

Sidney Seiber October 31, 2019

As the clarinet soloist finishes playing his piece on Rodeheaver Auditorium’s stage, the audience jumps in surprise at a sudden sound behind them—a 50-person choir singing in the balcony.  This would...

Actors in Great. Expectations rehearsal. BJU, Greenville, SC, October 13th, 2019 (Andrew Pledger)

Artist Series brings Dickens’ story to life

Sidney Seiber October 25, 2019

Some students may have “great expectations” for the next artist series on Oct. 31 through Nov. 2 in Rodeheaver Auditorium at 7:30 p.m. Charles Dickens’ classic novel Great Expectations has been...

Worker serving customer at a coffee shop. Methodical Coffee, Greenville, SC, October 3, 2019. (Andrew Pledger)

Methodical Coffee: a worthwhile experience

Sidney Seiber October 17, 2019

Maybe you’ve heard Greenville residents talk about this coffee shop but haven’t gotten to check it out yourself yet. Here are some things to know about this downtown coffee shop, if you ever get the...

Mark Vowels speaks on Raising Money for Summer Mission Trips durring a Global Opportunities Week Workshop during chapel hour in Levinson Hall. Photo by Derek Eckenroth, 2016

Global Opportunities Week begins Monday

Sidney Seiber September 27, 2019

What exactly is Global Opportunities Week? GO Week, held Sept. 30 through Oct. 3 on BJU’s campus, is a week when BJU exposes students to mission organizations and missionaries spreading the Gospel around...

The Reluctant Dragon was performed last weekend in Rodeheaver, BJU, Greenville, SC, 12 September 2019 (Robby Jorgensen).

Rodeheaver hosts one-man show The Reluctant Dragon

Sidney Seiber September 19, 2019

If you had to describe a dragon, what are some of the first things that come to mind? Scaly? Riddle-obsessed? Greedy? FIRE?! How about reluctant? In tonight’s performance of Kenneth Grahame’s The...

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