Archive for January, 2014

Lifestyles

Wright swaps student support for home life

Jackie Wright—a teacher, school administrator, and director of Student Support Services, retired at the end of the fall semester. John Brown University is in the middle of interviewing candidates to serve in the same position Wright did, said Becky Lambert, registrar. “About 30 people applied for the job,” Lambert said. […]

Tapestries illustrate artist’s journey of faith
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Tapestries illustrate artist’s journey of faith

Shirley Cunningham was on her way to present at a conference in Birmingham, Ala., when, while crossing the road at a major intersection, she was hit by a vehicle and broke both of her legs. The results of that accident, a collection of tapestries, clothing and displays, now hang in […]

Apartments still striving to find community
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Apartments still striving to find community

Approximately half a year ago, many students were eager to be the first residents to live in the newly constructed Northslope Apartments, the most recent addition to the on-campus housing options at John Brown University. Since living in the apartments for a full semester, the students have settled into life […]

Opinion

Pot vs. Beer: Which is better?

President Barack Obama said to the New Yorker last week, “As has been well documented, I smoked pot as a kid, and I view it as a bad habit and a vice, not very different from the cigarettes that I smoked as a young person up through a big chunk […]

Opinion

Plan for the crowns: How will you handle success?

Seattle Seahawk cornerback Richard Sherman had the opportunity to demonstrate what it means to win with grace after leading his team to victory against the San Francisco 49ers. He turned the chance down. Sherman celebrated the game by spanking one of his opponents, as well as by flashing a choke […]