Archive for February, 2016

Young Life ministry connects students
News

Young Life ministry connects students

With nearly 7,000 outreach locations and nearly 70,000 volunteers in the U.S. and around the world, Young Life’s ministry is making an impact on an estimated 1.8 million kids. Young Life has recently become the newest Cause ministry available on John Brown University’s campus this semester. While Young Life was […]

Public fear fades over deficit
News

Public fear fades over deficit

United States citizens care less about the federal deficit than they have in seven years. Only 56 percent of residents in the U.S. believe the deficit should be a top priority for the country, down from 64 percent as of last year, according to a recent study by Pew Research. […]

Editorial

Support citizens of Flint

Advocate and provide resources for the community The city of Flint, Mich. is in crisis over its unsafe water supply. “The city’s water supply is contaminated with toxic levels of lead, and residents are unable to drink the water that comes through their taps,” according to CNN. The governor recently […]

What’s the root of your big problems?
Opinion

What’s the root of your big problems?

We love to look at problems at the surface without studying the causes behind them. I am personally very guilty of this. I am studying prelaw and want to have an impact at a legal level. However, we have to understand that almost all problems go deeper than we acknowledge. […]

Social media personified
Lifestyles

Social media personified

Social media sites are a lot like people. They’re artsy, adaptable, creative, informative, entertaining and sometimes mysterious. They communicate facts, share ideas and tell stories. Each social network serves a unique purpose and influences people in different ways. Social media sites play such a significant role in our everyday lives […]