Month: April 2016

University bids farewell to golf program
Sports

University bids farewell to golf program

• The Golden Eagles kick off their season at the U.C. Ferguson Classic. Trevor Barton, junior, ties for third place individually in the tournament. • The team places third out of 11 teams at the Evangel Fall Invitational. • After nearly a month of rest, the Golden Eagles travel to […]

News

Forensics team heads to California

Five John Brown University students on the forensics team will be traveling to California to compete at the Pacific Southwest Forensics Association Cool-Off Tournament tomorrow. Erick Roebuck, adjunct communication professor and director of University forensics, will be directing the trip as the team travels to Mission Viejo, Calif. for four […]

Students experience California revival
News

Students experience California revival

Two rows of smiling Christian students from universities, Bible colleges and ministries across the nation formed a high-five tunnel in the middle of a pathway at the University of California in Los Angeles last Thursday. Among those cheering on and high-fiving those who came through the tunnel were six students […]

Students respond to governor’s chapel talk
News

Students respond to governor’s chapel talk

The Cathedral filled with visitors, reporters and extra security in addition to the usual students, faculty and staff to welcome Arkansas Gov. Asa Hutchinson on April 7. The governor’s address was the first in the new Barnett Civic Leadership Speaker Series, which focuses on Christian civic engagement and leadership. The […]

Bedbugs burn
News

Bedbugs burn

Mayfield was treated for bedbugs again over spring break, and two rooms have been treated since then. “We have not had any additional rooms added to the list of rooms that have had problems,” Steve Brankle,  director of facilities services, said in an email. “We proactively treated every room with […]

Don’t worry, trust in God
Opinion

Don’t worry, trust in God

Many counselors consider worry to be the common cold of emotional problems. To begin with, most of us like to think of ourselves as concerned and caring individuals. Concern is a healthy emotional activity that consists of three phases. It begins with the awareness of a present need, then involves […]

Senior receives prestigious fellowship
News

Senior receives prestigious fellowship

Zach Lee, senior electrical and computer engineering student, was awarded a National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship. The fellowship supports outstanding graduate students in science, technology, engineering and mathematics disciplines who are pursuing research-based Masters and doctoral degrees at accredited U.S. institutions, according to the Graduate Research Fellowship Program’s website. […]

Respect the police
Opinion

Respect the police

As most people know, I am an avid Republican. Because of this, I attended the Marco Rubio rally in Rogers on Feb. 27. While I was there, he spoke about police and veterans. This should be an issue that goes far beyond our political identity. These men dedicate their lives […]

Tennis teams compete in final home game
Sports

Tennis teams compete in final home game

Expectation is building around the John Brown University tennis teams as they prepare to play their second and final home match of the season against Southwestern Christian University on Monday, April 18 at 2  p.m. With only one previous home game played this season, the Golden Eagles are anxious to […]

Sweaney and McCracken commit to University
Sports

Sweaney and McCracken commit to University

The women’s soccer team received talent for next year when four high school players signed letters of intent on March 30 to play at John Brown University. Here is the low-down on two of the four signees. Hannah Sweaney Sweaney, a midfielder, has spent her time leading Kickapoo High School’s […]