Month: April 2015

Student shares Catholic faith, childhood
Opinion

Student shares Catholic faith, childhood

I come from an enormous Romanian-Irish family where faith is shared and tradition is maintained. We are loud, we are feisty, but, most of all, we are Catholic. However, I never realized just how “Catholic” I was until I began to work out my own faith outside the comfort of […]

Female engineers fight stereotypes
Lifestyles

Female engineers fight stereotypes

Many have a difficult time picturing women as engineers. There’s a good reason for this, too. For instance, at John Brown University, there are a grand total of 15 female engineers in the undergrad program. Neeya Toleman, a freshman electrical engineering major, is the only female engineer in her class. […]

New chef strives for intentional relationships
Lifestyles

New chef strives for intentional relationships

There are many hands at work at John Brown University Kresge Dining Hall. According to JBU Facts, there are approximately 900 students who live on campus and are all required to have a meal plan. Adding in faculty and, occasionally, community members, there are quite a number of people that […]