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The Student News Site of Bob Jones University

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The Violins of Hope collection, begun by Weinsteins father, contains more than 60 stringed instruments.
Submitted: Miki Koren

Concert features Holocaust violins

Nathaniel Hendry May 3, 2022

Violins have been compared to the human voice because of their ability to communicate emotions such as sorrow and hope. Violins that belonged to Holocaust survivors will share both of these...

Photo: Melia Covington

Column: Living Proof

Johnathon Smith May 3, 2022

One minute. That’s how long you have to spend reading the news to see that “the heart is deceitful above all things, and desperately wicked” (Jer. 17:9). As much as we like to think Jeremiah’s...

The results of the SLC elections were announced to the student body through an email on April 13.
Photo: Melia Covington

Students elect SLC, ISC officers for 2022-2023

Jared Banks May 3, 2022

The Student Leadership Council has announced the results of the 2022-2023 SLC elections, revealing a diverse team of new servant leaders. Those elected include junior ministry and leadership major Carson...

Photo: Lindsay Shaleen

Column: Stones of Remembrance

Julia Lodi April 28, 2022

Thunk. The familiar jolt of hitting rock bottom rattled my bones yet again. Didn’t we hit rock bottom just last week, too? I thought. My sister struggled with unexplained and debilitating health issues...

Those interested in attending Alas, which is recommended only for children 12 or older, can purchase tickets for $8 at
Photo: Hannah Guell

Play focuses on family trauma, catharsis

Micah Brink April 25, 2022

​Bob Jones University’s theatre department will perform Alas (And Other Remedies) from April 25-29 in Performance Hall for their final production of the semester. ​Alas differs from other University...

Photo: Hannah Guell

Column: The best ways to bracket for March Madness

Jared Banks April 22, 2022

The National College Basketball Championship was on April 3, and I think everyone has been disappointed with their losing picks long enough for me to write about it.  That being said, the March Madness...

Submitted: Chris Rawlings

Resigning accounting professor recalls journey to BJU

Laura Hammer April 21, 2022

After 14 years of teaching, accounting professor Chris Rawlings will resign from Bob Jones University in May 2022 to continue his accounting career. Despite several different directions in life, Rawlings...

Versnick, a mechanic, has been working in the transportation department since the 1970s. Photo: Hannah Guell

Transportation department serves BJU community

Micah Brink April 20, 2022

​Despite serving students, faculty and staff for decades, Bob Jones University’s transportation department remains a little-known segment of campus operations fulfills many of the University’s needs. ​Located...

Garcia works in BJU’s cancer research lab.Photo: Nathaniel Hendry

Event teaches students about DNA through hands-on activities

Nathaniel Hendry April 19, 2022

The Greenwood Genetic Center (GGC) has partnered with Bob Jones University’s department of biology to offer a DNA Education Day on Wednesday, April 20 from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. in room 205 of the science...

The final work of art portrayed at Living Gallery was The Ascension by Benjamin West, P.RA., an oil painting that hangs in BJU’s War Memorial Chapel.
Photo: Jordyn Britton

Living Gallery reflects original production during 25th anniversary

Hannah Bray April 18, 2022

Bob Jones University’s Living Gallery production celebrated its 25th anniversary on April 14-16 with throwbacks to its first production in 1998. Jeff Stegall, an associate professor in the theatre...

Hannah Bray

Column: A Strange Motivation for Pro-Life Values

Hannah Bray April 14, 2022

I could list many reasons why I’m pro-life, but the strangest and most recent reason I’ve discovered is because of a basketball team. Now, I am not a big basketball fan. I enjoy playing basketball...

Ramsek, Roland, Olinger, Oberlin and Smith celebrate the top three award winners in War Memorial Chapel.
Photo: Jordyn Britton

Seminary honors student work with cash prizes, awards

Micah Brink April 11, 2022

​For the fourth year in a row, the School of Religion released the winners of the Bell Prize Award on Tuesday, April 5, in War Memorial Chapel. Presented to School of Religion students who write well-received...

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