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The Student News Site of Bob Jones University

The Collegian

The Student News Site of Bob Jones University

The Collegian

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...

Attendees enjoy the Spin It Out group exercise class on Feb. 8, 2023. Photo: Jordyn Britton

BJU offers exercise classes

Eylan Martinez February 20, 2023

The Division of Exercise and Sport Science is hosting four exercise classes taught by Grace Bergeron starting Feb. 6 in Mack Building Room 107. Bergeron, a senior kinesiology major, will teach courses...

During the Jan. 19 Missions Advance meeting, Dr. Carol Loescher (left), missionary to Franch, prayed with students after presenting lessons she learned from working in medical missions. Photo: Nathaniel Hendry

Learning, praying, mobilizing: The mission of Missions Advance

Zachary Smith February 13, 2023

Past and present leaders of an unassuming band of Bob Jones University prayer warriors testify to a rich history of God’s faithful work through their student organization. What began on BJU’s...

Team members, from left: Debanhi Flores, Emily Hughes, Mark Dickerson, Andrew Taylor, Paige Williams,
Jiayi Lin, Jonathan Du Fault, Deeanna Perry. Photo: Derek Eckenroth

Class creates tech, nonprofit to fight global malnutrition

Nathaniel Hendry December 9, 2022

Students at Bob Jones University have created a non-profit company that provides tools to quickly detect malnutrition early and work with local officials to take swift action. On Nov. 30 the student-created...

SermonAudio currently stores over 2.3 million sermons from conservative preachers and streams them freely on their website and app.  SermonAudio drew inspiration for its sermon Vault from the Doomsday Vault, a seed bank in Svalbard, Norway, designed to replenish plant life on earth in case of a widespread disaster. Photo: Jordyn Britton

SermonAudio Vault safeguards sermons and serves students

Hannah Bray September 30, 2022

SermonAudio, an online platform for storing and broadcasting sermons, recently set up servers known as The Vault at Bob Jones University on the second floor of the Mack Building. Steven Lee, who founded...

The William J. Barge Memorial Hospital, established in 1968, originally served as a 79-bed hospital and an infirmary for the University faculty, staff and students.
Image courtesy of the Waring Historical Library, MUSC, Charleston, S.C.

What Is It? Barge

Johanna Huebscher November 13, 2020

The empty building beside the Davis Field House hasn’t been a hospital in five years, but in its time, the Barge Memorial Hospital was a fully operating hospital with an operating room, X-ray room and...

The Student Legislature won Best Medium Delegation at the fall 2019
session (above) and again in 2020. Photo submitted

What Is It? Student Legislature

Collegian Staff November 6, 2020

For three days each fall, the South Carolina State House experiences a flurry of activity as representatives discuss issues and vote on bills. None of the representatives, however, are elected. They are...

Senior Joseph Sell attends a PPO meeting. Photo: Lindsay Shaleen

What Is It? PPO

Madison Floyd October 23, 2020

The Public Policy Organization on the campus of BJU is giving students a better understanding and appreciation for politics through live stream events, a voter registration drive and reviving debate teams. Jonathan...

The greenhouse was constructed in 1995. Photo: Lindsay Shaleen

What Is It? Greenhouse

Madison Floyd October 16, 2020

The greenhouse located near Omega Lake on back campus provides an environment where students can practice and learn necessary skills in research and biology as well as gain undergraduate experience for...

The UMA and HSA meet to discuss a campaign. Photo: Mark Kamibayashiyama

What Is It? UMA

Abigail Vork October 9, 2020

The University Marketing Association is a student-led organization that provides opportunities for students to learn more about the field of marketing and gain hands-on experience through real-life scenarios. UMA...

Nicoll Botero is from Colombia. Photo: Mark Kamibayashiyama

What Is It? ISO

Madison Floyd October 2, 2020

The International Student Organization at Bob Jones University eases the transition to America for international students who may not be familiar with American culture. BJU recognizes how drastic the...

Students can download an app to create and print Cricut designs. Photo: Lindsay Shaleen

What Is It? Maker Zone

Katie French September 25, 2020

The Maker Zone, in the corner of Technology Resources on the second floor of the Alumni Building, allows BJU students to experiment with several valuable pieces of technology. The Maker Zone contains...

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