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The Student News Site of Bob Jones University

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Hannah Allen in the role of Mercutio in BJUs production of Romeo and Juliet. Provided by BJU.

Grab your bandana for BJU’s western themed “Romeo and Juliet.”

Rylie Wiedell, Staff Writer November 15, 2023

The Bob Jones University Classic Players production of the classic William Shakespeare play, "Romeo and Juliet" has a twist. Hold on to your Stetsons, because this time around, "Romeo and Juliet" is western-themed....

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.

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Gerson Petit January 26, 2018

“My father says you remember the smell of your country no matter where you are but only recognize it when you’re far away,” Romanian author Aglaja Veteranyi said in her novel Why the Child is Cooking...

Eight ways to make the most of your 2018

Collegian Staff January 26, 2018

January just might be the most hopeful month of the year. With last year in the past, a new year waits ahead like a blank slate full of possiblities. We’ve listed below a few things we wish we did more...

The Bibles intended for students in Crockett’s office outnumber the books in his personal library.    Photo: Daniel Quigley

Crockett ready to give hundreds of Bibles to students

Daniel Quigley January 26, 2018

Stepping into Dr. Nathan Crockett’s office at the beginning of the semester, one might guess that Crockett had just moved in and not fully unpacked. Many boxes are stacked inside the office, but these...

Canvas LMS ushers in a blank slate for BJUOnline

Andrew Schmidt January 26, 2018

Starting this semester Bob Jones University implemented a new system for online content. The Canvas system will replace the former Desire2Learn (D2L) system for online and residential courses. While the...

Behold! Polson to recite all 16 chapters of Mark’s Gospel

Behold! Polson to recite all 16 chapters of Mark’s Gospel

Ian Dyke January 26, 2018

Dr. Lonnie Polson, chair of the Division of Communication, will singlehandedly take on Rodeheaver stage and the entire Gospel of Mark on Saturday, Feb. 3 at 7:30 p.m. Recited from memory, the presentation...

Senior Curtis Potvin concentrates on one-arm curls.    Photo: Daniel Petersen

Campus weightlifters discuss lifestyle, benefits

Collegian Staff January 26, 2018

Sweat dripping. Veins popping. Obnoxious grunts and a smelly gym. For many, weightlifting brings to mind men and women rippling with muscles who pump iron a few too many hours a day. Those who frequently...

Senior Justin Matthews maneuvers around an Eagles’ defender.    Photo: BJU Marketing/ Derek Eckenroth

Ellenwood leads Bruins win with double-double

Collegian Staff January 26, 2018

The men’s Bruins basketball team defeated their rivals the Pensacola Christian College Eagles during prime time on Friday night. The men’s team won the game 98-81 and took down the Eagles in front...

Sports Column: Athlete communication evolves with technology

Collegian Staff January 26, 2018

Through the course of the century, communication between athletes and the general public has evolved. For many years, the only access fans had to players was through watching post-game interviews or reading...

One of the top ROTC programs in the country, Clemson’s ROTC prepares college students to be officers in the Air Force.    Photo: Submitted

BJU nears partnership with Furman, Clemson

Ian Dyke January 26, 2018

A delegation of two BJU students and one BJU faculty member visited Clemson University Thursday, Jan. 11 at the invitation of Clemson. While Clemson’s campus offers visitors multiple walking paths through...

Joseph Patchen and his teammates finished the Codesprint3 programming contest at midnight Saturday, Oct. 1, after competing for 36 hours.   Photo: Daniel Petersen

Programming team ranks 4th in North America

Robby Jorgensen October 20, 2017

Bob Jones University’s intercollegiate programming team ranked fourth in an international computer programming competition held last month. The BJU programming team finished the 48-hour Hacker’s Rank...

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