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BJU to host Turkey Fest to add womens soccer championship and society events to the traditional mens Turkey Bowl soccer championship game.

Turkey Bowl turns Turkey Fest: features men’s and women’s soccer championships

Ryan Headen, Staff Writer November 9, 2023

For the first time, Bob Jones University will turn its Turkey Bowl into a Turkey Fest and the teams are set for society championship matches for both men's and women's teams on Nov. 11.   The annual...

The Chi Theta Upsilon Gators at Society Rush Party

Society shout-outs: Women’s presidents

Zachary Edmondson, Staff Writer September 7, 2023
Read what each society president says makes her society unique.
Members of the Chi Epsilon Delta Wolves at a board game activity. Pictured left to right is Benjamin Hyink, Benjamin Ewing, Caleb McGinnis, Ethan House, Sam Ingersoll and Ethan Collins. / Provided by XED Wolves

Society shout-outs: Men’s presidents

Zachary Edmondson, Staff Writer September 7, 2023
Read what each society president says makes his society unique.
Society Rush and Induction

BJU Class of 2027 set to choose societies

Zachary Edmondson, Staff Writer September 7, 2023
See how your society choice shapes your college experience.
Dave Marriott is the pastor of Lakewood Baptist Church in Pewaukee, Wisconsin.

Dave Marriott challenges students on adoption and foster care 

Zachary Smith May 3, 2023

“Does God care about the fatherless?” A speaker at BJU’s ministry chapel addressed this question in a session March 14. Pastor Dave Marriott of Lakewood Baptist Church in Pewaukee, Wisconsin, brought...

Minorities Empowered to Educate and Serve (METES) is open to students from all backgrounds, not just minorities.

METES event explores organization’s purpose

Zachary Smith May 1, 2023

“Why does BJU need a student organization that focuses on minority ethnicities?” Bob Jones University’s Minorities Empowered to Educate and Serve organization addressed this question in a March 30...

Panel discusses centrality of student church involvement

Eylan Martinez April 17, 2023

“Are you vital to the church?” was the question panelists discussed during the student discipleship seminar on Monday, April 10. Bob Jones University student leaders gathered in Stratton Hall to learn...

Coleman is known for his joyful manner of leading worship and his focus on using music embedded with Scripture.

Concert will honor Fred Coleman’s 35 years of music ministry at BJU and premiere original song

April 11, 2023

A concert at Bob Jones University will celebrate the legacy of Fred Coleman’s more than 35 years at BJU. Held Tuesday, April 25 in War Memorial Chapel at 7 p.m., XXXV — Celebrating 35 Years will feature...

Multiple ensembles performed in the recital.

Woodwind ensembles recital builds teamwork

Jonathan Millar April 11, 2023

Surrounded by the majestic atmosphere of War Memorial Chapel, woodwind instrumentalists performed a series of ensembles on March 15.   The concert began at 5:30 p.m. with an opening prayer by Esther...

Renton Rathbun, director of BJUs Center for Biblical Worldview, opened the forum by noting the changes in the way self-esteem has been viewed by society over the last several decades.

Forum tackles dangerous effects of private life

Eylan Martinez March 3, 2023

Panelists shared their thoughts on self-esteem, pornography and suicide during a Worldview Collective session on Monday, Feb. 27, to better equip students to battle against these temptations so prevalent...

Teams activate a buzzer or ring a bell if they think they know the answer. Incorrect attempts result in a loss of points and the other team has an opportunity to guess the answer. Photo: Nathaniel Hendry

Scholastic Bowl ranks societies’ knack for knowledge and mental acuity

Zachary Smith March 3, 2023

What do Hungary, xylophones, Woodrow Wilson and the number 18 have in common? These were all the subject of questions in round one of Bob Jones University’s Scholastic Bowl on Feb. 24. Teams representing...

The panel of pastors wives included (left to right) Amy Johnson, Sherry Trainer, Michelle Benson and Sarah Fleming. Photo: Nathaniel Hendry

Panel of pastors’ wives shares a look into family dynamics of ministry 

Nathaniel Hendry March 2, 2023

With their husbands out of the room, four pastors' wives shared a first-hand account of what it looks like to serve alongside their husbands in a special Feb. 28 Ministry Chapel panel discussion. The women...

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