Month: November 2015

Uzelac races to Nationals
Sports

Uzelac races to Nationals

Josh Uzelac, freshman cross country runner, will compete in the NAIA National  Championship in Charlotte, N.C. on Saturday. Uzelac earned his bid to Nationals when he placed 12th overall at the Sooner Athletic Conference Championship on Nov. 7 in Shawnee, Okla. He is John Brown University’s sole representative.

Sports

Golden Eagles earn SEC All-Conference awards

Now that their seasons have come to an end, many athletes at the University have been recognized for their exceptional performance by the Sooner Athletic Conference. Volleyball Alyssa Arnold, Libby Blasingame, Beth Brankle, Audrey Dearien, Molli Pugh Men’s Soccer Guilherme Barbosa, Giovanni Bejarano, Adam Holt, Douglas Oliveira (Defensive Player of […]

Editorial

Racial protests inspire change

Missouri president’s resignation is not enough Protests at the University of Missouri have sparked nationwide conversations concerning the treatment of minorities on college campuses. In early November one student went on a hunger strike. Several African-American students on the football team also responded by refusing to play unless the president […]

Senior recitals showcase talent
News

Senior recitals showcase talent

Senior recitals and presentations within the next week will display the years of hard work and talent of music students at John Brown University. Students majoring in music are required to prepare either a senior recital or senior presentation before they graduate. A presentation centers around a specific theme, while […]

Golden Eagles search for victory in Classic
Sports

Golden Eagles search for victory in Classic

The women’s basketball team will host three teams in the Bill George Arena this weekend. The Golden Eagles will play in the John Brown Classic, which will take place this Friday and Saturday. The team is happy to play at the University again and looks to make the arena their […]

Students rebuke governors’ plan
News

Students rebuke governors’ plan

At least 31 state governors seek to prevent Syrian refugees from settling in their states, according to national news reports. The governors reacted to Friday’s attacks in Paris by issuing executive orders and sending requests to federal officials, including President Obama, to deny resettlement of refugees within their states. House […]

Razorback Pizza: A taste of Arkansas
Lifestyles

Razorback Pizza: A taste of Arkansas

Freshly made ingredients, dough and sauces made daily, and the Razorback supreme filled with pepperoni, sausage, green peppers, onions and mushrooms are characteristics of the restaurant Razorback Pizza. Located in a gas station for years and now in a new building on North Lincoln St. in Siloam, Razorback Pizza food […]

Editorial

US must stand against ISIS

Terror attacks prove need for change In the aftermath of the terror attacks overseas, many people expressed their horror and grief for the residents of Paris, France. However, many did not mention the attacks that killed 43 and wounded hundreds of others in Beirut. The media flocked to cover the […]

Sit down with local artist Jasper Logan
Lifestyles

Sit down with local artist Jasper Logan

Either it was the tippity tapping of the symbols or the resounding vibrations of the bass that kept heads bobbing, bodies swaying and hands lifting at the Jasper Logan concert last Friday night. J. Alvin welcomed this up and coming rap artist who is originally from Chicago. Logan shared his […]

Retailer forfeits Black Friday profits
News

Retailer forfeits Black Friday profits

While retail stores continue the tradition of pursuing higher profits during Black Friday, employees of Recreational Equipment Incorporated (REI) will be getting paid to have Friday off. This year REI has launched an Opt Outside Campaign. REI will close on Black Friday and is encouraging people to skip the shopping […]