Archive for September, 2016

Lifestyles / Uncategorized

Fall break serves flood survivors

John Brown University will go on a new fall break missions trip to Southern Louisiana this year to serve those affected by the flood. Trip leader Cassie Isaacson said “At the beginning of the semester, Frank Huebert brought up the idea of the Louisiana fall break trip to help with […]

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Students encourage research before voting

Twenty- ve percent of voters dislike both Hilary Clinton and Donald Trump, compared to only eleven percent who disliked both Mitt Romney and President Obama, according to a Gallup Poll published in July. Trump, the Republican nominee supports health care reform, U.S. China trade reform and immigration reform. Clinton, the […]

Opinion / Uncategorized

God is faithful through suffering

  I was two days away from turning twenty when I watched my brother die. He had been diagnosed with type 3B small cell lung cancer at the beginning of my freshman year of college. He was twenty-eight, in good health and had never been a smoker. He died in […]

Election warrants response
Editorial

Election warrants response

Education empowers
Opinion / Uncategorized

Education empowers

I believe in higher education. Even if the only thing you know about me is that I wrote an article for the Threefold Advocate, the newspaper for John Brown University, it’s a safe assumption. But let me explain. I come from a single-mother home in Arkansas, which already communicates the […]

Editorial / Uncategorized

Letter from the Editor

Welcome to the Threefold Advocate’s first issue of the year. Our team looks forward to a year filled with new story ideas, healthy discussion and spontaneous conversations. As editor, I would like to encourage you to think about ways you can be an agent of change to those around you. […]

Editorial

Be a Contributor

Let your voice be heard Are you passionate about a particular issue? Is there a burning desire within you to share your thoughts and ideas? Is there a conversation that you’d like to see started on campus? If so, we would love to hear what you have to say! Here […]

Editorial / Uncategorized

Register to vote

Choose your government On August 26, 2015, only about 66 percent of eligible Americans were registered to vote, according to the Statistic Brain Research Institute. At first, that may sound like a relatively high percentage, but it means that 44 percent, or 72 million eligible Americans will not be able […]

New players start season with success
Sports / Uncategorized

New players start season with success

Left to right, Megan Beck, Elizabeth Williams, Lindsey Davis, Carly McKinney and Jessica Meyer join the JBU Women’s Voleyball team. The John Brown University volleyball team has had a great start to their season, winning their first ve matches. Their success has been influenced in part by the arrival of […]

Futsal courts coming to University
Sports / Uncategorized

Futsal courts coming to University

Professional futsal players from Argentiana and Brazil compete in the 2007 Pan American Games in Rio. Students can expect to see the construction of a new sports facility at John Brown University starting in December. The University has recently accepted a grant from the Walmart Foundation to build a futsal […]