Month: March 2012

Eagle named All-American
Sports

Eagle named All-American

Senior forward Adrian Miller was named to the NAIA’s All-America Second Team. Miller, a 6-4 forward from Hernando, Miss., led JBU in scoring, assists and steals during his senior year. He also finished 13th in the country in field goal percentage with 59.2 percent from the floor. Miller guided the […]

Golden Eagles plan for future
Sports

Golden Eagles plan for future

As the university grows and changes, the athletic department at JBU does the same. Some of these are well known thoughts and processes, while others are not as talked about. Along with the growth of the school, the athletic department needs to grow. According to Director of Athletics, Robyn Daugherty, […]

Passion + drive = legacy
Lifestyles

Passion + drive = legacy

Three students file into a professor’s office. They have come with a question about an algebra homework problem. There is an equation that must be understood and a parabola that must be graphed. The professor looks at the equation for a moment. “The challenge is that it is too easy […]

Lifestyles

Teach, encourage, learn

Understanding chemistry may seem like an impossibility, but John Brown University new chemistry professor, Dr. Francis Umesiri, seeks to simplify this science and make it “less frightening.” Umesiri enjoyed learning chemistry in school and decided that teaching others about chemistry was what he would like to do in the future. […]

Opinion

Why early marriage works

I am 21 years old and will graduate December 2012. I will be married in 44 days. That’s right—I will be married before my fiancé and I graduate from college. We will be back for one last semester in the fall. There is always buzz on campus about romantic relationships. […]

Opinion

Support the troops

Politics and religion: the topics no one brings up in polite conversation. But that shouldn’t be the case. America has received a lot of flack for its military involvement with countries like Afghanistan and Iraq. Many people have strong opinions on the matter and others have none at all, but […]

Opinion

Trayvon death reveals ugliness

Pointless, needless, ugly, racist, out of line, justified – all words swirling around the tragic death of a Florida teen. Seventeen-year-old Trayvon Martin, who was black, was returning from a trip to a convenience store when George Zimmerman, a community watch captain, became suspicious of the hooded teen. Against police […]

Stream of consciousness
News

Stream of consciousness

Senior Katelyn Banks will unveil “Stream of Consciousness,” a cut paper installation inspired by prayer and derived from meticulous hours of preparation on April 3 in the new art building. The theme of the gallery comes from Psalm 1, in which the author uses trees planted by the living water […]