Archive for April, 2012

Opinion

Threefold editors’ exit interviews

Russell Hixson As interviewed by Brittany Reading What are your impressions of Arkansas after coming here from Canada? There some initial things that were new to me. It was incredibly hot and sticky, strangers waved at you, people talked really loud. I felt claustrophobic not being close to the ocean. […]

Opinion

Fostering rational debate

Yesterday, I ran into an article posted by a good friend of mine on Facebook. The article was on whether or not the church should categorically condemn acts of homosexuality as evil. Let me explain first by saying that this is a much respected friend of mine. Because of the […]

Opinion

Bidding farewell

In a mere three weeks, I will have completed 19 years of school. 19 years! What I have done for my entire life will be over, and I will have to start all over again. I have to become a grown up. I have to find a job. I have […]

Opinion

Letter to the editor: not all Kentucky fans deserve criticism

Imagine you’re a college basketball player, and you’ve worked your entire life so that you could play for the school of your dreams. You’ve practiced countless hours and done drills till you’re sick of them. You’ve had to run until you’ve thrown up, and then you had to run some […]

Opinion

Healthcare revisited: more than legislation, people’s lives at stake in court

Remember that health care bill from a couple years ago? It had Republicans up in arms? It was one of the first things President Obama did in office? In case you hadn’t heard, Obama is in the middle of a lawsuit about the constitutionality of that healthcare act. Last week […]

Opinion

Call to order: practical advice for our student government

We have written about what our Student Government Association does and the areas they could improve on. After all, one of our responsibilities as the press is to hold our institution accountable for their actions, be watchdogs for the little men. The duties are great for SGA. They really are […]

News

Campo and police coordinate

With the recent shootings at the Christian Oikos University in Oakland, Calif., the issue of safety has become even more critical for Christian schools. While nothing even approaching the magnitude of the Oakland tragedy has occurred at John Brown University, Campus Safety believes that they are prepared for such an […]

Choir concludes season with symphony concert
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Choir concludes season with symphony concert

The John Brown University Cathedral Choir will close the year on a high note. In their last performance this spring, the Cathedral Choir will lend their voices to “Masterworks III,” the closing of a concert series at the Walton Arts Center in Fayetteville, Ark. They will join the Symphony of […]

News

Homeschooled students explain stereotypes, goals

Many people wonder about a certain sector of the American population. Do they wear their pajamas all day? Do they have a social life? Are they sheltered? Two John Brown University students are attempting to answer these questions and break the stereotypes associated with their distinctive upbringing. Liana Medina is […]

Sneak peek: Details of new buildings released
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Sneak peek: Details of new buildings released

The John Brown University Board announced last week that by the fall of 2013, the existing Kresge Dining Hall will have a 17,000- square foot extension. The Great Hall will be able to seat an extra 500 people, and will be able to hold overflow of the daily cafeteria traffic. […]