Month: October 2012

Venue features Shakespeare
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Venue features Shakespeare

The Honor’s Scholars Program hosted the Venue last night. This semester’s Venue represented Shakespearean England. The main section of the house featured artwork pertaining to Shakespeare’s life and works along with facts about the pieces. Books of the bard’s work sat throughout the space for guests to read and recite. […]

Filmmaker promotes art done well
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Filmmaker promotes art done well

Each person has an individual creativity and should seek to use that creativity to glorify God, Steve Taylor told the John Brown University student body in chapel today. Taylor, a recording artist and filmmaker, focused on the role of Christianity in art. Utilizing humor, he pointed out to students that […]

Former president named civil leader
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Former president named civil leader

Friends and family gathered in John Brown University’s Kresege Dining Hall to commemorate the lifelong service of John Brown III. On Oct. 23, Siloam Spring’s Chamber of Commerce awarded Brown with the Outstanding Civic Leader award. Awarded by friends and family of the Siloam Springs community, this award provides tangible […]

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Cross Country falls short of lofty goals

The John Brown University cross-country team spent their Saturday running in the Midstate Classic in Wayfield, Kan. The team begins to prepare for conference, which is two weeks away. Matt Pearson, Head Coach, wanted each player to set their own PR, or personal record. The course is characterized as a […]

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University recognized regionally for sustainability

The Northwest Arkansas Business Journal named John Brown University the “Greenest Office” in their 2012 sustainability issue. The article highlights the University’s status as the first zero-landfill campus in Arkansas. Steve Brankle, director of facilities and sustainability, was dubbed CSO, Chief Sustainability Officer, by the journal. Though Brankle found the […]

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Golfer’s attitude helps beat cancer

West Loveland first noticed the lump on his neck last April. He had been more fatigued than usual and thought it must be from a cold he was sure he was getting over. He continued to prepare for his graduation from John Brown University while finishing his senior season of […]

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Volleyball falls

The Lady Eagles will face the Oklahoma Baptist Lady Bison on Saturday. Currently, JBU sits at 1-7 in the Sooner Athletic Conference and are at the bottom of the conference. Oklahoma Baptist is currently at the top of the SAC without any conference losses. OBU’s Kristin Pressley leads the SAC […]

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Dig Pink game recap

The annual Women’s Volleyball Dig Pink game on Oct. 19 raised over a thousand dollars for the Side-Out Foundation, a non-profit organization dedicated to united volleyball players and coaches to fight breast cancer. At the event there was a Silent Auction of pink game-worn jerseys, pledges to donate money for […]

Is NFL’s October really pink?
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Is NFL’s October really pink?

When the calendar flips to October, we can be sure two things will change: the leaves will turn orange and the NFL will turn pink. October is National Breast Cancer Awareness Month. For a whole month the NFL decks out every piece of equipment—from caps to compression sleeves to gloves—in […]