Archive for November, 2013

Students celebrate International Week
News

Students celebrate International Week

As part of its annual World Awareness week, John Brown University is hosting a missions fair in the Walker Student Center. Tuesday through Thursday, 17 Christian missionary organizations will make themselves available to students interested in short-term and long-term missions. This year the non-profits represented will be: Africa Inland Mission, […]

Opinion

Let’s talk about sex: JBU’s sex class

Sex. A three-letter word and a whole lot of controversy. Especially now, in a post-modern culture that idolizes twerking and minimal clothing, and that collides with traditional Christian morals. Young adults, including young Christians, are encouraged by society to act promiscuous—perhaps now more than ever before. They are led to […]

Opinion

Blessed to vote: Using our privileges

Women aren’t allowed to vote in Saudi Arabia. Neither men, nor women in the United Arab Emirates have a say in choosing their president. In Brunei, national elections don’t even exist. But in America, if you’re a US citizen 18 years old or older, you can have the right to […]