Month: January 2013

Lady Eagles look to right ship in Texas
Sports

Lady Eagles look to right ship in Texas

John Brown University’s Lady Eagles will be traveling to Texas this Thursday to take on Lubbock Christian which is currently ranked second in the Sooner Athletic Conference. The Lady Eagles will be facing one of its most formidable opponents. With an 18-1 season record and a 5-1 conference record, Lubbock […]

Volleyball nabs NCAA transfer
Sports

Volleyball nabs NCAA transfer

Sophomore Tiffany Hunnicutt moved from NCAA Division I to NCIA when she transferred to join the John Brown University women’s volleyball team. The team welcomed Hunnicutt’s high-level skills with excitement for the future. Hunnicutt began her collegiate volleyball career at Lamar University, located in Beaumont, Texas. Her lifelong passion and […]

Men’s head coach Miglarese heads home
Sports

Men’s head coach Miglarese heads home

After leading his team to the conference championship game at home, John Miglarese is headed home. Miglarese, the John Brown University’s men’s soccer head coach, resigned and took the head coaching job at King College after leading the Golden Eagles to its most successful season in recent memory. Women’s soccer […]

Eagles seek to extend historic run to 7-0
Sports

Eagles seek to extend historic run to 7-0

The Golden Eagles are making history left and right. John Brown University’s men’s basketball team, which is ranked 4th in the nation, is off to a 6-0 start in conference play. The Eagles have not started 6-0 in at least a decade and JBU has ever been ranked higher than […]

Opinion

Learning to ask “why?”

Four-year-olds. They can be kind of annoying. They’re always asking “why?” Why is the sky blue? Why can’t I fly? Why does the cut hurt? Each of us was once an annoying four year-old, incessantly curious about every little thing. But something happens between age four and college. Many of […]

Breaking outdoors
Opinion

Breaking outdoors

Most people make a New Year’s resolution whether it is to lose weight, study better or finally go for that promotion they have been nervous asking for. My resolution is to be more like Graham Hughes. Graham is the man who has seemingly done it all now. He has travelled […]

Opinion

Honoring MLK Day

Many Americans used their day off Monday to serve others in celebration and recognition of Martin Luther King Jr. Day. Meanwhile, the students at John Brown University sat in class. MLK day is nationally recognized as a day to serve your neighbors and communities. King once said, “Life’s most persistent […]

Opinion

Inauguration restores faith in people

For me, the best part of the inauguration was not seeing the president. On Monday morning I woke up around 4:30, dressed at the pace of a slug then left my nice warm apartment to head to Union Station. My roommates, my neighbor and I had decided there was no […]

Opinion

Do you even care?

The fall of 2012 marked a record semester for The Threefold Advocate. And when we say record, we are not talking about readership or number of ‘likes’ on Facebook. Fall of 2012 was a record semester because we received not one single letter to the editor. Looking back on the […]

News

Options increase for intercultural studies major

With the new semester come changes to the intercultural studies major at John Brown University. Starting in spring 2013, intercultural studies students with less than 75 hours will have the opportunity to choose between a Bachelor of Arts or a Bachelor of Science degree in intercultural studies. The change will […]