Tale of Two Cities 2021

Bob Jones University will present “A Tale of Two Cities: The Musical” March 9, 12 - 13, 2021, at 7:30 p.m. in Rodeheaver Auditorium.

Based on Charles Dickens' masterpiece, “A Tale of Two Cities” is a classic story about love, revolution and redemption. Composer and lyricist Jill Santoriello created the musical version of this important work which appeared on Broadway in 2008.

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Front Campus of Bob Jones University

Bob Jones University President Steve Pettit announced today that BJU will begin a phased approach to de-escalate the COVID-19 protocols on its campus beginning tomorrow.

Since the beginning of February, BJU has experienced a 90% drop in its positivity rate among the campus community. As of Monday, March 1, BJU has three positive student cases and one positive faculty/staff case.

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Mike Stowell

North Greenville University (NGU) named Michael Stowell as senior vice president for finance (CFO). While he has been serving in an interim capacity since the summer, he officially began leading NGU's financial team effective Feb. 1. 

Stowell, a seasoned finance professional, was introduced to NGU in 2020 when his services were engaged, through the firm CFO Colleague, to provide interim financial and operational guidance.

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Dr Bernard BJU 03 01 21

Bob Jones University students spearheaded multiple fundraising efforts with the goal of raising $200,000 to build a medical center in the Ivory Coast as part of their annual Bible Conference offering fundraising campaign. After two weeks of dedicated effort, BJU President Steve Pettit announced on Friday night, Feb. 19, the University community raised a total of $211,053.67 for the construction and furnishing of Hope Christian Health Center in Ivory Coast, West Africa.

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NGU students participate in SCBC Converge and Immersion conferences in January.
NGU students participate in SCBC Converge and Immersion conferences in January.

The South Carolina Baptist Convention (SCBC) held their Converge and Immersion conferences at North Greenville University (NGU) on January 29-30. The meetings, annually held in Hilton Head, were relocated to college campuses this year because of COVID social distancing protocols.

The Immersion program helps participants discover God’s original design for the church – a community of biblical disciple-makers who make more disciple-makers. An SCBC facilitator led the majority of the Immersion experience in small group settings to teach students and faculty members how to better facilitate small groups by leading by example. On Friday, the SCBC team lead in games, one large session, and three small group sessions.

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The North Greenville University (NGU) Cline School of Music and School of Theatre are collaborating to bring Clark Gesner's "You're A Good Man, Charlie Brown" to the NGU Billingsley Theatre stage in February.

When the play was first staged on March 7, 1967, there was no real script at Theatre 80 in New York City. The six young actors were armed mostly with ten songs and ten years' worth of cartoons by "Peanuts" creator Charles M. Schulz.

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North Greenville University (NGU) rings in the new year with new leadership on its governing body. The University's board of trustees begins 2021 with a new chair in Dr. Mike Hamlett, a new vice-chair in Mandie Boyd, and a new secretary in Shana Sands. The slate of new board members for the current term includes five new members who began their five-year terms on Jan. 1.

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