Archive for December, 2012

University celebrates Christmas by Candlelight
News

University celebrates Christmas by Candlelight

Candlelight and music filled the Cathedral of the Ozarks and signaled the beginning of the Christmas season for the 70th year at John Brown University during the Candlelight Services on Thursday, Friday and Saturday, Dec. 6-8. Guests were thankful for not-as-cold weather, as lines formed outside the Cathedral doors nearly […]

Opinion

Professor provides insight on funeral project

Recently, a project I assigned my Consumer Behavior class received some attention in the Threefold. I am the instructor who had students plan their funeral as part of an integrated learning experience in marketing. I didn’t know about the article when it first came out but a colleague of mine […]

Lifestyles

Christmas reflections

Jessica Flynn– Imagine coming home for Christmas and experiencing complete shock. I took a year off after high school and went to Costa Rica to attend a Bible college called TorchBearers. After four months of living in another culture, climate and community, coming home to America was probably the worst […]

From the other side: Walker Wonderland
Opinion

From the other side: Walker Wonderland

As my friend Sarah and I approached the Walker dorm doors nearest the Health Complex on Monday evening, I nearly giggled with excitement. Despite my status as a senior, I had never seen this side of the festivities which are known on campus as Walker Winter Wonderland. The reason? Simple […]