BCU students plan to volunteer at Boy's Club

Jay Rhodes encourages volunteering by setting up an opportunity for his freshman seminar class More>

Lavon Wright's injury leaves him sidelined

Charger football loses a key player to an ankle injury with his return to the field this season up in the air More>

The double life of student 'Enny Owl'

Eniola Famurewa pursues a life as a musician playing gigs while going to school full time More> 

Students adjust to their first year on campus during a workshop Charger football takes on the Northwestern Raiders What does it take to have a healthy relationship and dating life?
Briar Cliff theatre hosts children's plays on campus Charger volleyball wins against cross-town rival, Mustangs Question of the Week: what is your favorite website?
Briar Cliff University volunteers for service with the sisters The Romero sisters get competitive as they share the field How to stay healthy and well while going to school full-time
Students attend a viewing of "Fruitvale Station," the story of Oscar Grant Briar Cliff hires on two new athletic trainers Senior students explain how they are preparing for life after college
Students celebrated homecoming witth an annual pep rally BCU students get pumped up for this year's football season Briar Cliff students show us their ink and the meaning behind tattoos
Briar Cliff welcomed prospective students for a visit day Softball hosts doubleheader against Ellsworth A look behind the scenes on what's good at the Fire Pit
Musician L.A. Price played for students on Stark Stage BCU Volleyball falls to Dordt in a 3-2 match score BCU introduces MapWorks in hopes of further assisting students
Campus blood drive donors down from previous years Women's soccer starts off the season the right way

Alumnus James Conway returns to BCU for career in admissions

Goldmine Newsletter to improve communication on campus  Men's soccer team welcomes international players Students have an oportunity to study abroad over J-term
Comedian Derrick Knopsnyder brings laughs to Briar Cliff   Briar Cliff students share their favorite places on campus
Freshmen return to Charger Weekend instead of Charger Camp    Students are quizzed on how well they know their fall schedules
    A variety of students share their multicultural backgrounds
    Students reflect on where they were on 9/11 on the anniversary
    Briar Cliff Students give their advice to freshmen
    Briar Cliff students may be suffering from unusual sleeping habits
    Students give their opinions on the addition of a Mongolian grill
    Joshua Cobbs joins the career development office
    Students share their stories on the recent power outage

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