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Talkback: What should the offering for next years bible conference go towards?

Collegian Staff March 28, 2014
Emily Rizzuti, Michael Schell, Amanda Todd, Brandon Allweil and Lauren Wildhagen answer this week's question.
Josh Powell and Jonathan Fraga overcome daily challenges to sing in choir and maintain positive testimonies.  Photo: Dave Saunders

Students overcome challenges to minister in song

Collegian Staff March 28, 2014
In University Singers, the nearly 80-member BJU choir composed of only freshmen, it’s easy to be unnoticed, but two young men stand out.
On Buncombe Road in Greer, this family-owned peach farm serves up ice cream and history to its customers. Photo: Molly Waits

Frozen treats served up at local, family-owned peach farm

Collegian Staff March 28, 2014
“We’re known for our good ice cream and generous portions,” Dillard said. “Sometimes our line is out the door, literally.”
Members of the cello choir rehearse for their upcoming concert called “Tranquility.”  Photo: Olivia Prairie

Cello, percussion groups to entertain with modern styles

Collegian Staff March 28, 2014
Looking for a musical experience that’s a little different from your average choir or piano concert? Then the cello choir concert on March 31 and the percussion ensemble on April 4 may be just right for you. At these concerts, you’ll be able to enjoy a more imaginative side of music with a variety of both classical and modern pieces.

Annual 3v3 tournament raises Bible Conference funds

Collegian Staff March 28, 2014
The annual 3v3 campus basketball tournament took place last weekend, drawing many athletes and spectators to the Davis Field House to raise money for this year’s Bible Conference offering.

Not only a law, but a lifesaver: put the phone down, save lives on the road

Collegian Staff March 28, 2014
“I’ll be fine. It won’t happen to me.” That may be what 18-year-old Mariah West assumed before sending the text that cost her life.

Week at a glance

Collegian Staff March 28, 2014
Leadership Workshop and Scholastic Bowl.

Column: Beauty

Collegian Staff March 28, 2014
To me, Christians who will accept a godly woman only if she is outwardly beautiful are “fake inner-beauty seekers.” They’re looking for a kind, gentle and humble wife — so long as she’s beautiful.

Men, women post individual scores at one-day golf invitational

Collegian Staff March 28, 2014
Three men and two women from the Bruins golf team traveled to Tennessee on Saturday, March 22, to compete in the Bryan College Spring Invitational for the one-day men’s and women’s tournament.
An outreach group teaches science to at-risk youth at the Greenville County Juvenile Facility.  Photo: Amanda Ross

Outreach groups touch teens’ lives via teaching opportunities

Collegian Staff March 28, 2014
BJU students began using their creativity this semester to reach out to the at-risk youth at the Greenville County Juvenile Facility.
Camden Jones swings at Saturday’s softball game. Photo: Dave Saunders

Omega handily outscores Nu Delt, wins by 10 runs

Collegian Staff March 28, 2014
The men’s intramural softball season opened Saturday afternoon, and one of the games pitted the defending champions, the Omega Lions, against the Nu Delt Vikings. Despite fighting a tough uphill battle for the entirety of the game, Nu Delt was unable to displace the Lions from their throne. The game ended 16-6 in favor of Omega.
Manny Juah gives a testimony at last semester’s student body chapel.  Photo: Photo Services

Students to gather for annual student body chapel, senior class meeting

Collegian Staff March 28, 2014
The Student Leadership Council will hold a student body chapel service in the Founder’s Memorial Amphitorium and a separate chapel for the senior class in Stratton Hall on Friday, April 4, at 11 a.m.
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