Bruin Daze

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Students passing a student in a mattress race in Alumni Stadium during Bruins Daze

All true BJU veterans know about Gold Rush Daze. Every four years, students used to take a break from classes for a day of fun. And though BJU has ended this tradition, they have replaced it with something better: Bruin Daze!

A Week of Spirit

All week long from March 4–9, students will have a bunch of different special activities to enjoy. From breakfasts served by administrators to a campus-wide game of tag, the fun will be endless. And that doesn’t include the fireworks.

Daily events

Matthew Weathers, student leadership coordinator, said, “Gold Rush Daze have been a Bob Jones tradition for decades . . . But we decided to do Bruin Daze every two years to give students an opportunity who were studying for a two-year associate’s degree or finishing in three years to experience it.” He encouraged everyone to participate in this week of fun.

Check out our Facebook album to see photos from the week!


Cristina Joseph

Cristina Joseph is a content marketing intern for BJUtoday.