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The Symphonic Wind Band Concert is the second of seven productions scheduled for the 2022/2023 Concert, Opera & Drama Series. Photo: Jordyn Britton

Symphonic Wind Band to play during homecoming concert

MacKenzie King September 30, 2022

Bob Jones University’s Symphonic Wind Band will perform for the next Concert, Opera & Drama Series event of the semester on Oct. 6 in the Founder’s Memorial Amphitorium at 7:30 p.m. Dr. Bruce...

Benjamin West, P.R.A.’s The Ascension, an oil painting owned by M&G, hangs in BJU’s War Memorial Chapel. Photo: Robert Stuber

M&G celebrates 70th year location change

Ethan House September 27, 2021

Despite the closure of the Museum & Gallery’s location on Bob Jones University’s campus in 2017, M&G remains active as it plans for its 70th anniversary and seeks funding for its relocation...

The Trip to Bountiful is being produced in Performance Hall on Bob Jones Campus.

Journey to the past in The Trip to Bountiful

Collegian Staff April 14, 2017

BJU’s theatre arts department is preparing to transport audiences back in time to the 1950s on April 20-22 and 27-29 at 7:30 p.m. in Performance Hall with the production of The Trip to Bountiful. Audiences...

Consider the future: budget, save for retirement

Collegian Staff April 14, 2017

For many college students, it’s difficult to think about saving for retirement. The primary financial goal of most students is to graduate college with the least amount of debt possible. But in today’s...

Formal photo of Living Gallery piece, The Crucifixion. Image by Hal Cook created in Rodeheaver Auditorium, 2012.

The Savior’s Call

Ian Dyke April 7, 2017

Dramatic lighting, moving music and actors layered in makeup—Living Gallery returns to BJU April 13-15 with performances at 4:30 and 8 p.m. on Thursday, Friday and Saturday and an additional 2 p.m. performance...

The Senior Studio Art Majors display their work in the Sargent Art Building hallway. Photo by Rebecca Snyder. 30.21

Pause: studio art show about humanity, reflection

Collegian Staff March 31, 2017

Sometimes in the business of life we all feel the need to take a break and think. This year’s studio art seniors wanted to make their show about humanity and the importance of reflection, and so they...

Faculty, staff and students perform William Shakespeares Merchant of Venice in Classic Player production on Rodeheaver Stage, BJU, Greenville, SC, March 3, 2017. (Hal Cook)


Collegian Staff March 10, 2017

University chancellor Dr. Bob Jones III will perform the role of Shylock, moneylender and chief antagonist in Shakespeare’s play The Merchant of Venice, in three performances Thursday, Friday and Saturday...

Rivertree Singers premiere Dan Forrest’s Jubilate Deo, under the baton of Warren Cook. Photo by Derek Eckenroth, 2016


Ian Dyke February 24, 2017

Bob Jones University will present Jubilate!, the second of four Artist Series events this semester, on March 2 at 8 p.m. Directed by Dr. Warren Cook, over 250 voices from five campus choirs and two guest...

Students look over the specifics of what they are going to have during the poverty simulation in the Applied Studies building at Bob Jones. Photo by Rebecca Snyder. 30.15

Students face poverty struggles firsthand

Ian Dyke February 17, 2017

The University Educators Association recently hosted a unique poverty simulation that gave students and faculty a firsthand look at the pressures and realities associated with living in poverty. The simulation...

Human interaction versus convenience: worth the trade?

Collegian Staff February 3, 2017

On Monday Starbucks announced the launch of a new voice ordering feature to their mobile app. An extension of Starbucks Mobile Order & Pay (which allows customers to order ahead of their arrival at...

A Display of the Graphic Design Senior Show, Spectrum, in the Sargeant Art Building on the Bob Jones Campus in January 2017. Photo by Rebecca Snyder 30.13

Graphic design seniors’ artwork shines in Spectrum

Collegian Staff January 27, 2017

Four years of work by graphic design majors graduating in May was on display for friends, family and potential employers Saturday as seven graphic design students finish the last months of their undergraduate...

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