Archive for April, 2012

Sports

Hogs fire Petrino

Bobby Petrino was dismissed from his position as the Razorbacks head football coach after the truth about his motorcycle crash and his inappropriate relationship with a 25-year-old staff member. Jeff Long, Arkansas’ director of athletics, announced Petrino’s dismissal on Tuesday night. Long also said that Petrino had hired Jessica Dorrell, […]

Sports

Done with Guillen

A floundering baseball franchise completely rebrands itself. New players, new stadium, new uniforms, new name, new manager. And yet, only three games into the season they suspend their new manager and are on the verge of firing him. What happened? Ozzie Guillen, that’s what. The Ex-White Sox manager has been […]

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Sports

Fresh faces join volleyball program

Team building is one of the most important aspects of a sport, and for Lady Golden Eagle Head Volleyball Coach Stacie Johnson, this is no exception. Along with weekly practices, the team is currently working through a book study together. The current sophomore and junior players are studying about leadership, […]

Eagle leaves for Razorbacks
Sports

Eagle leaves for Razorbacks

Every year that Simeon Hinsey, the Assistant Athletics’ Director for Media Relations, has worked at John Brown University there has been a transition within the Athletic Department. This year though Hinsey will be the one transitioning to a new position as a graduate assistant position at the University of Arkansas. […]

Golf nears conference meet
Sports

Golf nears conference meet

JBU Men’s Golf team is gearing up for the SAC Tournament April 23-24 in Lubbock, TX. They finished 10th out of 11 teams at their most recent tournament at Southwest Christian University April 9-10. The Eagles were without the services of West Loveland, who led the team all season and […]

Lifestyles

Summer flicks heightens anticipation

With the school year winding down and the days getting longer and warmer, Summer is coming. Coming with it is the Summer movie season, when all the big budget crowd-pleasing blockbusters get released and movie theaters become a regular friday-night destination. Last year, however, produced slim pickings for moviegoers. Outside […]

Memories built to last
Lifestyles

Memories built to last

Nearly 42 years ago, in 1970, professor of engineering and construction management Leo Setian first set foot on the John Brown University campus. Next month he will be bidding it farewell. Fresh out of graduate school at Montana State University, where he had studied technologies relating to the prevention of […]

Chewing on effects of fast food
Lifestyles

Chewing on effects of fast food

Midnight runs to McDonalds. Fourth meal at Taco Bell. Happy hour after happy hour at Sonic. Between juggling homework assignments, maintaining social circles and avoiding the cafeteria food, fast food becomes more than just a convenience. It is a way of life for a college student. Sophomore Allie Miller is […]

Opinion

Sex, religion courses challenge perspectives

As time gets closer and closer to graduation, I begin to look back on the classes I have taken during my time at JBU. Almost all of my classes have taken place in the Art Department and they have been great. However, like any other senior will tell you, they […]

Opinion

The skin that I’m in

Walking into a classroom with headphones in my ears, I notice the stares, the looks, the curiosity and sometimes even the disappointment. “Who is she?” “Why is she here?” “Is she smart enough to be here?” I am an average student at JBU who happens to stand out from the […]