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Arkansas to execute eight men

Arkansas governor Asa Hutchinson scheduled eight men to face lethal injection in a four-day blitz. Hutchinson’s decision was made due to anticipation of the expiration date of the drugs used in the operation.  The men, who have been on death row for years, are scheduled for execution for murders committed […]

Opinion Consider late-night food options

Consider late-night food options

Reading textbooks, writing papers, practicing speeches and late nights. These things describe the average college student’s experience. The most popular item on this list is late nights. The students at John Brown University understand the struggle of late nights, and not just the struggle of lack of sleep, but the […]

Sports Women’s team goes to Nationals

Women’s team goes to Nationals

The Golden Eagles women’s basketball team boarded a plane to Billings, Montana, to represent John Brown University in the 2017 NAIA Women’s National Championship on March 13. The last time the women’s basketball team went to nationals was the 2013-14 season. That year, they made it to the final four, […]

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Campus abuzz for Next Big Thing

This year’s Next Big Thing will feature three bands and one artist. The first band is Girl Problems. The members are Chipper Via, Hannah Schroeder, Elliot Jones and Nathan Schieffer. They feature electronic beats in their songs with an indie-pop flair. The next band on the set list is Mother […]

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Arkansas to execute eight men

Arkansas governor Asa Hutchinson scheduled eight men to face lethal injection in a four-day blitz. Hutchinson’s decision was made due to anticipation of the expiration date of the drugs used in the operation.  The men, who have been on death row for years, are scheduled for execution for murders committed […]

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Enactus launches English program

Supérate, an Enactus group, successfully launched a nine-month English language program in Campur, a community eight hours away from the capital city, in the mountains of Guatemala. z Children in Campur learn their indigenous language, Q’eqchi’, in the home, and learn Spanish in elementary and middle school. Joe Walenciak, dean […]

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North Korea subject to coal embargo

China halted coal trade with North Korea for the rest of this year. The embargo on coal coincides with the United Nations’ repeated pleas for nations to sanction North Korea for their recent nuclear weapon production. National Public Radio reported that China’s decision halts all coal import from North Korea, […]

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Education society hosts fundraiser

Kappa Delta Pi plans for their first annual Great JBU Bake Off fundraising event. The event will occur on April 18, at 6:30 p.m. in Simmons Great Hall C. The event will feature baked goods made by John Brown University Faculty and Staff members. Attendees will be able to sample […]

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Three resident directors moving on

Three resident directors plan to leave John Brown University before the fall 2017 semester. Andrew Lehr, Resident director of walker, is one of the directors that will be leaving the university after five years in the dorm. “I feel like being in residence life is kind of like being Mary […]

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Nike creates new line for Muslims

The presence of Middle Eastern females in athletics is increasingly recognized. In its latest market expansion, Nike announced the Nike Pro Hijab, a new sportswear product geared toward female Muslim athletes. The hijab will be released next spring, according to Vogue Arabia. The Pro Hijab is made of thin material, […]

Genetic breakthrough fights sickle cell
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Genetic breakthrough fights sickle cell

A bone marrow transplant may be the answer to a disease that ravages hundreds of people’s blood cells. A breakthrough occurred in the fight against sickle cell disease with the discovery of a treatment that changes DNA. A teenager in Paris had Sickle Cell Disease treatment in early March and the […]

Mayfield set to begin renovations
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Mayfield set to begin renovations

Mayfield Residence Hall female residents will witness the renovation of their “home away from home,” this fall after over 52 years of its existence. The construction will affect housing for the upcoming school year. The project will begin in the new wing of the residence hall. During the 2017-2018 school […]

Trade flourishes between Indonesia and Australia
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Trade flourishes between Indonesia and Australia

Indonesian President Joko “Jokowi” Widodo and Australia’s Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull met and secured closer military and free trade ties between Indonesia’s 250 million people and Australia’s population of 24 million. The two leaders saw the signing of an agreement on maritime cooperation that combine strengthening maritime security and border […]

United Kingdom wary of terrorist threats
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United Kingdom wary of terrorist threats

A terrorist attack against the United Kingdom has brought the country to consider the near realities of terrorism. London’s Khaleed Masood drove a car into a crowd in Westminster near the house of parliament, leaving five dead and fifty more injured.  A statement from London’s acting deputy commisionor, Mark Rowley, […]