Month: October 2017

Yahoo! suffers massive data hack
News

Yahoo! suffers massive data hack

On October 3, Yahoo! announced corrected figures for a previous hack of customer information that occurred in 2013, admitting that the hack affected every user registered with their services. The hack, which had been reported in late 2016 as affecting about 1 billion user accounts, actually affected approximately 3 billion […]

Faculty builds community through sports
Sports

Faculty builds community through sports

While intramural season began for students at John Brown University in the fall, a lesser-known form of community recreation has been in effect much longer. John Brown University faculty members have participated in intramural sports as well as an organized pickup game for over 20 years. Basketball and racquetball are […]

NFL hires second female coach
Sports

NFL hires second female coach

Football is the last great frontier for women in sports, considering all other major athletic programs have female counterparts. Yet, football is not typically a sport open to women on the field or the sidelines. On Aug. 17, 31-year-old  Katie Sowers became the second coach hired full time in the […]

Emily Jordan kicks off the year as a JBU midfielder
Sports

Emily Jordan kicks off the year as a JBU midfielder

  Emily  Jordan may be short in stature, but that doesn’t stop her from being a dangerous midfielder for the Golden Eagles soccer team. Jordan, a freshman from Republic, Missouri, says that when she isn’t playing soccer for John Brown University, she enjoys hanging out with friends and being outside. […]

Sports build international cultural identity
Sports

Sports build international cultural identity

Sports around the world help define cultural identities and community ties. John Brown University sophomore and Texas native Katie Gage grew up cheering on her younger brother during his six-man football games. “Most people watch football, but nobody knows about six-man football,” Gage said. “Six-man football is the small town […]

Debate Team debuts discursive talent
Lifestyles

Debate Team debuts discursive talent

On a recent Friday after class, the John Brown University debate team piled into a JBU minivan and drove five hours to the University of Arkansas at Monticello for a weekend of fast-paced research and argument with students from other colleges. The next morning, they dressed in their best business […]

Graphic designer pushes pixels and plays piano
Lifestyles

Graphic designer pushes pixels and plays piano

You might picture a graphic designer cloistered inside the walls of one of the campus art buildings, eyes aglow beneath the 5K Macintosh monitors, pixels zooming across the screen as the coffee drains into the late night. That is certainly true of senior graphic design major Andrew Brott. But, for […]

Mayfield remembers and renovates
Lifestyles

Mayfield remembers and renovates

In a classic re-telling of rags to riches, the Mayfield $6 million renovation is underway and the dim lighting and faulty fire alarms are being thrown out of the window. Next semester’s group of girls will be the first ever to experience the new and improved dormitory. Riley Jackson, a […]

Evaluate the role of children in the Church
Opinion

Evaluate the role of children in the Church

First and foremost, please forgive me if my utterances within this article seem to be too harsh, yet also be dearly aware that I press on writing to you about these issues because they are deeply degrading the body of Christ and our witness to the personage of God Almighty. […]