Archive for June, 2012

Colorado fire impacts students
Opinion

Colorado fire impacts students

I must be dreaming. I was driving home Tuesday from Calvary Worship Center, where I had been doing my internship, only to be deadlocked into bumper-to-bumper traffic the whole way home. These are people evacuating. A surreal experience through what was to me the most vivid picture of hell I […]

Engineering welcomes three new faces
News

Engineering welcomes three new faces

In addition to adding the renewable energy major and moving into the Balzer Technology Center, the engineering department will have three new faculty members next school year. The new hires will fill needs created in part by Leo Setian’s retirement and the renewable energy major. Ted Song will teach electrical […]

Summer Life: Internships, Four-wheelers, Aspirations
Lifestyles

Summer Life: Internships, Four-wheelers, Aspirations

As students go their separate ways for the summer holidays, it is easy to lose track of how classmates are spending their time. Some are going on mission trips, others are studying abroad, and still more are working on internships germane to their major. Here is a closer look at […]

Irish Adventures
Opinion

Irish Adventures

Waters of Life There were three stops on our trip today: the rope bridge, Giant’s Causeway, and Port Stuart. The rope bridge was not something that my father would ever desire to experience, although it truly was not as bad as I was anticipating. It held out over a crevice […]

News

Communication department receives whole new look

In the fall of 2012, the communication department will revamp its structure to reflect new needs in today’s media landscape. Department faculty are hard at work over the summer with the revamp, said communication professor Darren Gould. “It’s going to really help people understand what we do.” The department will […]

Newsroom replaces classroom
News

Newsroom replaces classroom

Construction continues on the communication department’s new convergence newsroom. The Learning Resource Center’s Room 121 will be replacing the Threefold Advocate office that was once in the Honors Center.

Eaglenaut lunabot takes fourth place
News

Eaglenaut lunabot takes fourth place

They call themselves the “Eaglenauts.” May 21-26, a team of engineering students from John Brown University competed against nearly 60 teams in NASA’s Lunabotics Mining Competition, said a JBU press release. The Eaglenauts placed fourth in the overall competition, fourth in On-Site Mining, second in Systems Engineering Paper and third […]