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Students enjoy fellowship during a meal at the dining common. Photo: Emma Klak

What students can expect when it’s time to dine: Dining Services listens to student feedback, seeks to enhance dining common experience

Collegian Staff February 1, 2013
Ongoing dining common changes have made BJU students curious as to what they can expect when grabbing a bite to eat.
Artist Series performances will feature Max McLean’s adaptation of the Screwtape Letters. Photo: Submitted

Artist Series to bring C.S. Lewis novel to life: McLean to act and direct Screwtape Letters performance

Collegian Staff February 1, 2013
Audiences will receive a glimpse into the mind of fictional demons in upcoming performances of Lewis's book The Screwtape Letters Tuesday through Thursday at 8 p.m. in Rodeheaver Auditorium.
Senior studio art major Ben Schipper explains one of his pieces to junior  Sarah Marko and senior Kaylan Whitaker. Photo: Luke Cleland

Senior showcases: exhibits to display student studio art

Collegian Staff February 1, 2013
Six senior studio art majors will display collections of their original work for the public to view and enjoy in two exhibitions this semester.
2012 criminal justice graduate Caleb Watts speaks with a representative at the Career Fair. Photo: Photo Services

Career fairs to showcase future job opportunities

Collegian Staff February 1, 2013
The recruiters are coming! The recruiters are coming!
Attendees of the seminary retreat listen to the panel discussion during a question-and-answer session. Photo: Photo Services

Seminary retreat focused on the all-sufficient Word

Collegian Staff February 1, 2013
More than 150 BJU students and faculty members attended the seventh annual seminary retreat at the Wilds Christian Camp and Conference Center on Jan. 18 and 19.

Bruins Red-Out to support American Heart Association

Collegian Staff February 1, 2013
Students are used to having "white-outs" and "blue-outs" as they cheer on the Bruins, but next week they'll have the chance to wear a different color.
Pi Gamma’s junior guard Bryce Allen drives for a layup. Photo: Cayla Smith

Royal Victory: Pi Gamma outlasts Beta Gama 70-60

Collegian Staff February 1, 2013
The Pi Gamma Royals narrowly defeated the Beta Gamma Patriots 70-60 in a feisty encounter for basketball supremacy in the National League.
Omega sophomore James Peery guards Sigma freshman Brandon Weldon. Photo: Emma Klak

Spartans dominate, push past Lions in opening day game

Collegian Staff February 1, 2013
Despite numerous turnovers by both teams, the Sigma Alpha Spartans swept past the Alpha Omega Lions on Jan. 22 with a final score of 63-30.

Column: Routines

Collegian Staff February 1, 2013
When I was in the 10th grade, I wore all black. Not because I was following a current trend or mourning someone's death, but because I liked it.

The Te’o drama: what journalists should do to prevent future embarrassment

Collegian Staff February 1, 2013
The Oct. 1, 2012, issue of Sports Illustrated featured Notre Dame's Manti Te'o at the line of scrimmage, putting the fight in Fighting Irish.

Week at a glance

Collegian Staff February 1, 2013
Fine Arts Run-Offs, College Up Close days, and Scholastic Bowl.

Around the world

Collegian Staff February 1, 2013
Washington Wizards begin redeeming themselves, hurdler Lolo Jones wins gold in bobsledding, five men break 2:05 in same marathon, and Novak Djokovic becomes first man to win three straight Australia Open titles.
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