Month: April 2014

Klotz to retire in May
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Klotz to retire in May

Almost two decades of teaching Intercultural Studies has left Ed Klotz with much more than just a few memories of John Brown University. Before teaching full time, Klotz served with his family in Africa with an organization called SIM, which used to stand for Sudan Interior Mission, but not simply […]

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Changes in Spy vs Spy bring greater turnout

After a week of paranoia and a quick burst of all out chaos, Andrea Boss emerged the victor of last year’s Spy vs. Spy competition. The last 10 or so spies had fallen in a giant shootout on the quad and only two remained. They had an alliance together to […]

Trustees build relationships with students
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Trustees build relationships with students

Recently, the Board of Trustees met on campus to attend several meetings, dedicate the new fountain and meet with a select group of student over breakfast to get to know them better. The Board is currently comprised of 30 members, 15 of which are alumni. The remaining 15 are connected […]

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Conference brings greater learning opportunities

The Graduate Counseling program at John Brown University will host its first-ever Family Therapy Conference Friday. The conference is designed to bring in professionals as well as students in training programs to provide continuing education in the different areas of counseling education, John Carmack, chair of the University’s division of […]