Exciting finish! First home baseball game in school history is a win
By Bob Holmes and Naomi Balk
It took 10 innings, but the first home baseball game in school history was an exciting 7-6 Rams' victory over the USC Salkehatchie Indians. The Rams trailed 6-5 with two outs in the bottom of the ninth when...
CIU celebrated Black History Month with Dr. Charles Ware, executive director of Grace Relations at the College of Biblical Studies in Indianapolis. In a week of Chapel messages, Ware challenged students to allow “grace relations,” not just race relations...
Jamaican Peter Spencer was first CIU student of African descent
By Bob Holmes
When Peter Spencer enrolled at Columbia Bible College (CBC) in 1963, he made history. Spencer was black. His admission to CBC, now Columbia International University, made CIU the first institution of higher education in South Carolina to admit a black student voluntarily....
The Columbia International University campus is safe following the derailment of a Norfolk Southern train at the edge of campus along the Broad River.
Local media report that on Friday Feb. 7, a train struck a tree on the tracks causing three engines and eight other cars to derail. There were no injuries to the crew, and there is no danger to the campus as repair crews worked into...
President Dr. Mark Smith made the ceremonial first pull of CIU’s Intermural Ultimate Frisbee season on a sunny afternoon in early February. Dr. Bryan Beyer, dean of the College of Arts & Sciences blew the shofar, and friends and staff gathered to cheer on the two...
The King James Bible turns 400 years old this year. What is its significance? For an answer, The Augusta Chronicle in Augusta, Ga. turned to pastors and scholars, including Dr. William Larkin,... Read More
Dr. Warren Larson is the director of the Zwemer Center for Muslim Studies at Columbia International University, and for 23 years was a missionary to Pakistan. He shares his thoughts on the death of... Read More
Jerry Rankin, the president emeritus of the International Mission Board of the Southern Baptist Convention will deliver the commencement addresses at Columbia International University (CIU) on... Read More
A 1939 alumna of Columbia International University continues to write at age 95. Catherine Walker’s new book is “Bible Workbook Vol. 2 New Testament.” It’s a companion to Walker’s “Bible Workbook... Read More
Two longtime members of the Columbia International University family were recognized for their commitment to the ministry of CIU.
Professor Dr. David Osterlund and Marketing Production Manager... Read More
The CIU Players will perform the Tim Kelly comedy, “The Butler Did It,” this weekend in Hoke Auditorium on the Columbia International University campus. It’s directed by CIU Student, Stephanie... Read More
Christian schooling is growing in South Korea. That phenomenon brought a TV production crew from South Korea to the campus of Columbia International University and Ben Lippen School in February... Read More
Dr. Warren Larson, the director of the Zwemer Center for Muslim Studies at CIU's Seminary & School of Missions, is the recipient of the "Distinguished Alumni of the year Award" at his alma mater... Read More
By Abbey ShoemakerCIU Student WriterA Columbia International University alumna, whose career with the F.B.I. was the inspiration for an action TV series, addressed the CIU student body and students... Read More
By Lenae Simpson
CIU Student Writer
Columbia International University’s April Undergraduate Preview Day was Doug Wear’s first time back at CIU in 20 years. Wear graduated from CIU in 1987 and... Read More
By Abbey Shoemaker
CIU Student Writer
The book “Love Wins” is causing a stir in the evangelical community. It’s written by The Rev. Rob Bell, the founding pastor of Mars Hill, a rapidly growing... Read More
The director of Columbia International University’s Communication program is one of 20 professors from South Carolina’s private colleges to be honored with an Excellence in Teaching Award. Dr. Dan... Read More