Features

Bales entertains with sunset concert

Bales entertains with sunset concert

By Michael Worrell Staff Writer The Wednesday twilight was cool, but not too cold, as Josh Bales bopped his way to the stage built in the center of the Grassy Bowl. The singer-songwriter who graduated in 2003, was far from his home in Maitland, Florida, but he regularly visits the campus, often to hold concerts, […]

Continue Reading

The true heroes of sports–athletic trainers

The true heroes of sports–athletic trainers

By Mallory Morrison Staff Reporter Blood pumping. Sweat dripping. Heart beating. Then, in that moment you can finally taste it — victory! Athletes know the sweet taste of victory and the bitter taste of losing when it comes to sports.  But without the true hero behind the scenes, sports would have no taste at all.  […]

Continue Reading

News

First Worship Jamboree brings together lovers of faith and music

First Worship Jamboree brings together lovers of faith and music

By Natalie Hohn Staff Writer About 40 people showed up to the first ever Worship Jamboree on Sept. 15. Jeff Eenigenburg, director of campus worship, said the Worship Jamboree was to connect the Worship Leadership Team and people who were interested in being on the worship team. Eenigenburg said that he wanted to create a […]

Continue Reading

Worldview Formation adds elementary team

Worldview Formation adds elementary team

By Michael Worrell Staff Writer The Worldview Initiative will soon be fielding another team for its ministries. The Office of Admissions and the Department of Worldview Formation are partnering to build a new team geared toward elementary students. Pat Wesolowski, homeschool specialist in the office of admissions, and Jason Glen, director of worldview formation, are […]

Continue Reading

Sports

BC SPORTS TALK: Lions’ soccer, golf, volleyball and more

BC SPORTS TALK: Lions’ soccer, golf, volleyball and more

The second installment of BC Sports Talk, a weekly sports talk show hosted by the Sports Reporting class, features plenty of accents for you anglophiles out there. Senior soccer stars Dan Branley from Newcastle, England, and Josh Oldroyd from Leeds, England, and the man from Down Under, senior golf phenom Dean Hoare from Brisbane, Australia, […]

Continue Reading

Lions break even against Point University: men win, women lose

Lions break even against Point University: men win, women lose

Continue Reading

Opinion

Letter to the Editor: Pat Wesolowski

Letter to the Editor: Pat Wesolowski

I am responding to the article regarding my position at Bryan College. The recruitment of homeschooled students is not a new “crusade,” rather the continuance of historical admissions. Mrs. Sexton rightly reported “Bryan’s student body has, in the past decade, been divided into thirds from public, private and homeschool, respectively.” Bryan employs three full time […]

Continue Reading

Admissions reacts to lower homeschooled percentage

Admissions reacts to lower homeschooled percentage

By Meredith Sexton Editor-in-Chief Bryan’s new crusade of recruiting homeschool students is creating one of two perceptions. Either homeschoolers need special attention because they are behind or because they are more valuable than other prospective students. The first option is that homeschoolers are a remote minority, like an abnormality in the student population, something to […]

Continue Reading

Other Recent Posts

Letter to the Editor: Pat Wesolowski

Letter to the Editor: Pat Wesolowski

| October 13, 2014 | 0 Comments

I am responding to the article regarding my position at Bryan College. The recruitment of homeschooled students is not a new “crusade,” rather the continuance of historical admissions. Mrs. Sexton rightly reported “Bryan’s student body has, in the past decade, been divided into thirds from public, private and homeschool, respectively.” Bryan employs three full time […]

Continue Reading

BC SPORTS TALK: Lions’ soccer, golf, volleyball and more

BC SPORTS TALK: Lions’ soccer, golf, volleyball and more

| October 10, 2014 | 0 Comments

The second installment of BC Sports Talk, a weekly sports talk show hosted by the Sports Reporting class, features plenty of accents for you anglophiles out there. Senior soccer stars Dan Branley from Newcastle, England, and Josh Oldroyd from Leeds, England, and the man from Down Under, senior golf phenom Dean Hoare from Brisbane, Australia, […]

Continue Reading

Lions break even against Point University: men win, women lose

Lions break even against Point University: men win, women lose

| October 10, 2014 | 0 Comments

Continue Reading