Month: March 2016

Deadpool: Worth the Watch?
Lifestyles

Deadpool: Worth the Watch?

The new Marvel movie, Deadpool, is breaking the traditional idea of superhero movies. After two weeks Deadpool’s release, it remains as No. 1 at the box office with a $55 million  estimate of its domestic revenue. Ryan Reynolds plays Wade Wilson, a normal citizen who turns into an anti-hero from […]

Do not ignore hate
Opinion

Do not ignore hate

The other day, I was trying to research “dating among Indian American teenagers” for a class project. Instead, I accidentally found an article entitled “5 Reasons Why You Should Not Date Indian Girls” by Matt Forney. I clicked on it, thinking it would surely be a joke and, sadly, it […]

Culture shapes athlete’s sport experience
Opinion Sports

Culture shapes athlete’s sport experience

My home community of Philadelphia is a blue-collar city full of resilient people who value family and loyalty. The sport of preference is basketball. However, this is not basketball played on hardwood floors and in air-conditioned gyms. It is basketball that originates and manifests itself on the blacktop in every […]

Alumnus competes professionally in Europe
Sports

Alumnus competes professionally in Europe

Alumnus Max Hopfgartner has made his professional debut playing for Club Xuventude Baloncesto, part of Liga Española de Baloncesto Silver in Cambados, Spain. The 6 foot 9 forward from Austria graduated from JBU with not only a degree in renewable energy engineering but also the discipline and versatility to succeed […]

Find God in everything
Opinion

Find God in everything

“I am so blessed with my life right now! I have excellent grades, a steady job and a boyfriend who loves me dearly!” Many of us probably do not feel this way. We might have the worst grades, no job, and no boyfriend or girlfriend. There is a common reason […]

Panel discusses faith and elections
News

Panel discusses faith and elections

Oversized red, white and blue balloons and matching tablecloths decked Simmons Great Hall as students, faculty and staff gathered to discuss the interaction between faith and politics on Tuesday evening. More than 150 students attended the discussion and panel, hosted by John Brown University’s Residence Life and Honors Scholars Program. […]

Soccer captain leads with personality
Sports

Soccer captain leads with personality

Kristen Morency, John Brown University women soccer team’s goalkeeper, uses her passion to make a change in her team and glorify God. Morency is well-known on the Golden Eagles for her extraordinary skills on the field; however, it was difficult to achieve those skills She said that it took her […]

University partners with Korean college
News

University partners with Korean college

An agreement signed between John Brown University and Handong Global University on Feb. 26 promised an exchange of students, faculty, research and “special short-term academic programs.” Handong University is located in Pohang, South Korea. The program has partnerships with universities all over the world, including institutions such as Biola University […]

Eagles end losing skid with three-point shot
Sports

Eagles end losing skid with three-point shot

Point guard Luke Moyer propelled the Golden Eagles to victory in their last regular season game on Saturday night with a game-winning shot. With 25 seconds left in the game, the Golden Eagles held a slim two-point lead against the University of Science and Arts Oklahoma Drovers. The lead was […]

Retreats feature power of stories
News

Retreats feature power of stories

With midterms around the corner, and spring break only 15 days away, the men and women’s retreats offer a chance to get off campus and take a break before the final push of the semester. Last year, Christian Smith, senior construction management major, made several good friends while on men’s […]