Saturday, May 12, 2007

'Giraffe' comes down at BJU

"A few pushes from a bulldozer sent the white pylon sign that has marked the Wade Hampton Boulevard entrance to Bob Jones University for more than 40 years tumbling Wednesday morning."

From The Greenville News

BJU administrator Cates wins seat on County Council

"Bob Jones University administrator Sid Cates won Tuesday's special election for the Taylors-area Greenville County Council seat formerly held by Scott Case, keeping intact an eight-Republican majority and traditional conservative representation for District 20."

From The Greenville News

Tuesday, May 08, 2007

It's a trim but muscular Henry IV at BJU

"Raving against his profligate teenage son, Darren Lawson's King Henry makes his case with alternating moods of pathos, caustic anger and paternal affection. He's earnest in wanting to save England and the crown for his first born."

From The Greenville News

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