BJU's clever Project Narwhal

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JG's picture

Jim Peet wrote:
Invited .... everyone who beat on MBBC for ]I'm gunna apply

The only thing they really share is humor, and the objections to the MBBC video were not objecting to humor.

1. I went to BJU for my Masters.
2. I've had two kids attend BJU.
3. A few months ago I encouraged a BJU student to consider transferring to MBBC.

James K's picture

I am going with Sheffies.

1 Kings 8:60 - so that all the peoples of the earth may know that the LORD is God and that there is no other.

Jay's picture

via the Project Narwhal website:

Meet BJU’s new mascot, the Bruin.

The bruin, or Eurasian brown bear (Ursus arctos arctos), has prowled the forests of Europe and Russia for as long as humans have lived there. Its territory stretches from the remote reaches of Siberia all the way to Norway*, and bruins of yore battled Ice Age hunters, knights, Roman gladiators and Vikings. And probably dinosaurs. Yeah, I think we can safely say they’ve taken on a T-Rex or two.

The BJU Bruin (Ursus brutus epicus) is everything his ancestors have been, multiplied by 27. His favorite foods are rattlesnake eggs, crocodiles, live scorpions, and those chicken filets the dining common serves on Sunday. He decorates his cave with trophies that include the helmets of Hun warriors. With his intimidating claws and powerful swipe, the Bruin is a force to be reckoned with. Seriously, this bear makes velociraptors cry.

The Bruin’s hobbies include powerlifting, BASE jumping, spelunking, macramé, perfecting his roundhouse kick, and cheering for the BJU Bruins athletic teams.

"Our task today is to tell people — who no longer know what sin longer see themselves as sinners, and no longer have room for these categories — that Christ died for sins of which they do not think they’re guilty." - David Wells