Archive for March, 2015

Student readjusts after Ireland studies
Opinion

Student readjusts after Ireland studies

When I was researching colleges to attend, John Brown University initially caught my eye because of its many study abroad options, especially the semester in Ireland opportunity. At the time, I wasn’t entirely sure what I wanted to study, but I knew I wanted to travel. During the spring semester […]

"I'm sorry. We're going to have to raise tuition again."
Opinion

Cartoon: the dragon declares tuition increase

Choosing chapel speakers with intentionality
Lifestyles

Choosing chapel speakers with intentionality

John Brown University requires each student to attend at least 21 chapels each semester in order to fulfill graduation requirements. The format for chapel each week is typically to have University staff members speak at each Tuesday chapel and guest speakers for every Thursday chapel. University Chaplain Rod Reed is […]

The JBU Honors Scholars Program strives to enrich students in different ways both in and outside of the classroom. A number of students are involved in HSP, such as the honors council members pictured here.
Lifestyles

Honors program ‘cultivates Christian scholars’

On Saturday, March 14, the John Brown University Honors Scholars Program (HSP) hosted a party called the Venue. This year, the theme was “Night at the Museum.” As both honors and non-honors students enjoy this night of learning and fun, some may wonder what the University’s honors program is and […]

University comments on male involvement
Lifestyles

University comments on male involvement

With fall 2015 coming up, many new students are receiving leadership roles. This has led to discussions about involvement on campus. Many male leaders have strong opinions on male involvement. Ethan Penner, J. Alvin Resident Assistant, thinks that men are just as involved as females but in different ways. Penner […]

Lifestyles

Starting clubs on campus: the ins and outs

The College Republican club is one of the most recent additions to JBU’s list of clubs and organizations. There is a specific process that clubs need to go through before they can be officially recognized. Students have the opportunity to participate in the 30 University-recognized campus clubs. Each of these […]

Sports

Ireland unifies through sports

“Run! Run faster!” says a young Northern Irish boy as he cheers on his classmates in a relay race. Around the quaint but colorfully painted walls of the elementary school’s gym, a group of primary school children, still dressed in their school uniforms, put aside all differences and come together […]

JBU rugby team scrums against the University of Arkansas team as they give their best efforts to win. JBU Rugby’s motto is “Christ Over All,” as they continue to show the “Head, Heart and Hand” of JBU on and off the field.
Sports

Rugby lives motto: “Christ Over All”

At John Brown University, the Rugby club makes it their primary goal to make the words “Jesus” and “Rugby” practically synonymous. The team, comprising over 20 male JBU students of all ages, learned how to demonstrate Christ through a rather violent game, according to rugger David Zamora. “We’re honoring Christ […]

Beards Revelation
Lifestyles

Beards Revelation

Last week, we showed you eight phenomenal beards. Your job was to guess which beard belonged to which JBU guy. Now that you’ve had time to look them over and try to find their pairs, let’s see how many you got right.

Professors Marquita Smith and Trisha Posey with students Becky Watts, Amanda Cox, Bradley Anga and Tiffany Tucker wait to cross the bridge.
News

Memories of Selma: JBU students celebrate historical moment

SELMA – The worship service from inside Brown Chapel AME Church projected on a huge screen, the crowds gathered in groups holding signs displaying “Black Lives Matter” and the sun added more color to each face of the 17 John Brown University students and two faculty members in the crowd. […]