Archive for September, 2012

Sports

Prayer is central to life as an athlete

We have all seen Tim Tebow take a knee when he scores a touchdown. This is an excellent form of witnessing and it is quite encouraging to believers who routinely see athletes glorify themselves. However, an athlete integrating his prayer life in competition can go much deeper than visibly praying […]

Soderquist Center welcomes new fellows
News

Soderquist Center welcomes new fellows

The Soderquist Center for Business and Leadership welcomes three new Soderquist Fellows to the team. Here are some quick facts to help you get acquainted. Lindy Roberts What did you study at JBU and when did you graduate? Engineering major with a worship arts minor, graduated spring 2012. Why did […]

Siloam Springs seeks feedback on new library plans
News

Siloam Springs seeks feedback on new library plans

The Siloam Springs Public Library held two meetings this week to hear what the community wants in a library. The need for a new library building is not a new issue. “We’ve been really intent [on getting a new building] for the past ten years,” said Sandy Luetjen, director of […]

News

Residence Life gains representation in SGA

John Brown University campus will now be represented by a dedicated voting member at Student Government Association meetings, as a result of a new plan for the Residence Hall Association and SGA to collaborate. Kelsey Daugherty, senior and SGA president, said the group saw a need for dorm representation over […]

Old books, new atmosphere
News

Old books, new atmosphere

Visitors to Broadway Street in Siloam Springs may or may not notice the most recent changes – and that is part of the plan. Café on Broadway opened a new dining area next door to its original location Tuesday, in the store previously called Books on Broadway. The extra space […]

Modesty a form of respect
Opinion

Modesty a form of respect

This summer I learned to look at modesty in a completely new way through my experiences with many different cultures. For two weeks I worked and lived in Clarkston, Georgia, a refugee relocation center. Part of our mission at the summer camp I helped lead was to create a comfortable […]

Eagles win big before SAC play
Sports

Eagles win big before SAC play

Men’s soccer had it easy in a big win over a non-NAIA opponent last Saturday. After this Saturday, wins will not come so easy anymore. That is when the Eagles open conference play against Oklahoma Baptist. JBU closed their non-conference schedule with a (9-0) win over Dallas Christian. In that […]

Lifestyles

Signed, sealed, delivered, “Sarah” is yours

I have not seen “Sarah Plain and Tall” since watching the Hallmark movie with my mother. We giggled at Christopher Walken’s awkward bowl cut while he yelled at Glenn Close for taking out the horses without his permission. As a city girl from Denver, I have never been too fond […]

Lifestyles

Waltons electrify radio around the world

It started as a simple assignment: to pitch a proposal involving a type of media as part of a final project. However, senior Gerardo Marroquin and junior Marcel Guadron took it to a whole new level, making their fictional station ElectroBeat Radio a worldwide reality this semester. Flashback to last […]

Honor. Service. Love. Caring for aging parents.
Lifestyles

Honor. Service. Love. Caring for aging parents.

Most people know professors John McCullough, Don Balla and Mike Kennelley for their teaching in the College of Business at John Brown University. Yet they share another common experience, being the primary caretakers for their elderly parents. John and Judy McCullough John and Judy McCullough take care of both their […]