The South Carolina Press Association (SCPA) recognized staff members of Bob Jones University’s student newspaper, The Collegian, with multiple awards at the Collegiate Annual News Contest Saturday, April 6, at The Marriot in Columbia, South Carolina. Both individual staff members and The Collegian staff in its entirety were honored.

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WHAT: The S.C. Department of Commerce, in collaboration with Build Carolina, will celebrate the official launch of SC Codes, the new statewide program that provides free access to code education for all residents.

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Friday, April 5th, a group of Washington Center students attended the annual Michelin Children's Concert at the Peace Center. Many students dressed up for this special event, and a few parents came along too. The Greenville Symphony Orchestra under the direction of conductor, Edvard Tchivzhel, presented a lively and interesting program consisting of the Star Spangled Banner,  the familiar Main Title from Star Wars by John Williams, The Young Person's Guide to the Orchestra by Benjamin Britten, and Happy Blues featuring the internationally known tuba player, Velvet Brown. To close the program, students enjoyed hearing the orchestra play the Stars and Stripes Forever march led by a Greenville County Schools student. We appreciate all the community members, who made this program possible and are already looking forward to the next opportunity to go to the Peace Center.

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Washington Center parent Valerie Allen receives the Michelin Award as the Greenville County Schools Spotlight Volunteer.
Washington Center parent Valerie Allen receives the Michelin Award as the Greenville County Schools Spotlight Volunteer.

Washington Center celebrates parent and volunteer Valerie Allen for her honor as the Greenville County Schools Spotlight Volunteer.  Ms. Allen generously shares her time and talents in serving the school’s students and staff.  She was recently received the Michelin sponsored award during a recognition ceremony attended by the Michelin Man, Michelin representatives and Washington Center supporters.

Washington Center parent Valerie Allen is pictured with her son, Diquaris Johnson, while receiving the Michelin Award as the Greenville County Schools Spotlight Volunteer.
Washington Center parent Valerie Allen is pictured with her son, Diquaris Johnson, while receiving the Michelin Award as the Greenville County Schools Spotlight Volunteer.
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Bob Jones University will host nearly 2,000 students and their sponsors for the annual American Association of Christian Schools’ (AACS) National Competition April 9-11.

“For over four decades, BJU has hosted the AACS National Competition,” said BJU President Steve Pettit. “It is inspiring to watch young people from around the country showcase their talents as they compete for awards. We welcome the opportunity to serve Christian schools as they seek to provide a platform for students to develop their skills.”

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North Greenville University Named Among Top Online Criminal Justice Degree Programs by Best Schools.
North Greenville University Named Among Top Online Criminal Justice Degree Programs by Best Schools.

Tigerville, SC - North Greenville University (NGU) is featured as one of the best Bachelor of Criminal Justice degree programs on TheBestSchools.org for 2019. NGU was also recently listed on Best Schools’ Top 10 Best Online Master's in Ministry Programs.

Best Schools connects prospective students with the best online degree programs available. This year, the website reviewed all accredited online Bachelor of Criminal Justice degree programs in the U.S. NGU ranks 22 out of the 50 programs selected. Programs were selected based on curriculum quality, faculty excellence, rankings, awards, and each school’s reputation for providing quality online degrees.

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Bob Jones University will display pinwheel gardens at its Wade Hampton Boulevard entrance during the month of April in honor of Child Abuse Awareness Month.

Since 2008, the bright blue pinwheel has served as the national symbol of child abuse prevention as it symbolizes a happy and healthy childhood–something every child deserves. This is the fifth year BJU has participated in this nationwide event.

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