Month: April 2013

News

Psychology Club undergoes changes

The Psychology Club at John Brown University is undergoing some organizational changes to improve its activity on campus. The Student Government Association approved the proposal last week. The University’s chapter of Psi Chi, an international psychology honor society, will be taking over the functions of the club. Rick Froman, the […]

Arkansas law sets precedent for abortion legislation
News

Arkansas law sets precedent for abortion legislation

The state of Arkansas has recently been a front-runner in the ongoing legal battle over abortion rights. The Arkansas Legislature overturned Governor Mike Beebe’s veto of a new abortion law on March 6, resulting in the most conservative legislation on abortion nationwide so far. The new law, the Arkansas State […]

Pioneering philosopher
Lifestyles

Pioneering philosopher

Senior Matt Tintera will walk across the John Brown University stage in May to receive a diploma like every other graduate, yet there will be one significant difference about Tintera’s diploma. His hard earned piece of paper will read “Bachelor of Arts in Philosophy,” a major only recently offered. Tintera […]

Lifestyles

New options for freshman summer reading

They may or may not know it, but the incoming freshman have summer reading in their future! Jake Stratman, assistant professor of English, and his league of book-choosing accomplices narrowed the list down to the final five books. From these, students will choose at least one to literarily devour. The […]