2019 Graduate Photo

Bob Jones University President Steve Pettit announced today the 2020 Commencement Exercises scheduled for Saturday, August 29, will be postponed.

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Joe Biden

Former Vice President and current Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden has unveiled his feminist plans for women if he were to take office.  Although he has given the American people plenty of reasons to vote against him in November, this may be the final nail in the coffin.

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To the Memory of Silent Sam and the Men who Wore the Butternut and Gray

 

Silent Sam; a mere symbol; a monument

One of hundreds cast and molded in cement

A symbol of remembrance, erected to honor valiant men

Who sacrificed both life and limb; some never to see home again

Their blood was shed for home and country

Asleep now in gardens of stone, til' the final reveille

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Fall Opening print

The University is eager and ready to bring the community back in classrooms, living areas, and athletic competition

Sunday, July 26, North Greenville University (NGU) released plans to bring students to campus this fall. Even though it has been a season of change unlike any other in school history, what won’t change is the commitment to its mission of equipping students to serve as transformational leaders for church and society. As NGU takes steps to resume in-person education on its campuses, the University is eager to bring the community back in classrooms, living areas, and athletic competition.

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At a recent Vietnam Veterans ofAmerica Chapter523 Greenville, S.C. Seven members received  Quilt of Valor for their service.  From left to right:  Jerry Brock, Jim Chance, Peter Flink, Skip Gribble, Ron Hall, Duane Kelley, Harold White.

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Covid 19 Giving 2020

RALEIGH, N.C. -- A major new study reveals "an overwhelming majority" of donors don't expect COVID-19 will curtail their charitable giving for the rest of the year.

But experts warned nonprofit organizations not to be complacent in their fundraising efforts, saying there will be "winners and losers" in the quest for donations.

The comprehensive, nationwide survey of the giving intentions of 1,079 donors across 44 states was conducted from May 29 to June 22 by North Carolina-based consultancy firm DickersonBakker (www.DickersonBakker.com) in cooperation with some of America's biggest faith-based nonprofit organizations.

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ICON's Data Tome Shows Nigeria is a Ticking Time Bomb; ICON Argues That if Nigeria Implodes, So Goes the Whole of Africa; Western Intervention is Needed Now
WASHINGTON -- The International Committee on Nigeria (ICON), a nonprofit working to secure a future for all Nigerians, launched a new Data Tome ("report") today proving the religious persecution and genocide that has been occurring in Nigeria over the last 20 years. The report includes recent testimonies of some of the more than 60,000 victims in Nigeria, including statements from witnesses who have been targeted specifically for their Christian faith, among a comprehensive collection of other data and statistics.

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