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Fighting back: Student athlete diagnosed with rare disease on the road to recovery

26 February, 2015

John Brown University women’s basketball player Hunter Glouse experienced a testing of her faith when she was diagnosed with a rare acquired autoimmune disease known as hemolytic anemia.

Women used as war tactic

26 February, 2015

At a bus station in Nigeria last Tuesday, 10 people were killed and 30 were injured by a female suicide bomber who was allegedly associated with Boko Haram.

U.S. debates military action

26 February, 2015

Congress is currently debating whether to authorize military action against ISIS in Iraq and Syria.

Latin chapel band transitions

26 February, 2015

John Brown University’s Latin chapel band has transitioned into becoming the international chapel band. This new band will play in chapel for the first time today, Thursday Feb. 26.

Mars colonization projected for the future

26 February, 2015

Not many people would leave their family, friends and the familiarities of this world in exchange for a new life on another planet. However, for some individuals this scenario is becoming a reality, and one that will be happening within the next ten years.

Campus acknowledges importance of Lent

26 February, 2015

Heads bowed in silent reflection as the pews of the Cathedral of the Ozarks were filled for the Ash Wednesday service at John Brown University. Both Catholic and non-Catholic students have begun the 40-day celebration of the season of Lent in reflection of its importance in daily life.

Obama debates arming Ukraine

19 February, 2015

As tensions continue in Ukraine after more than a year of revolution and Russian involvement, President Barack Obama is considering many courses of action, including sending lethal defensive arms to Ukraine.

Campaign protests African American deaths

19 February, 2015

The Black Lives Matter movement has protested against the killings of African Americans by the hands of police officers since the Trayvon Martin case.

Engineering majors dedicate time to teach

19 February, 2015

Twenty eyes belonging to eight and nine year old students peered at the engineering students’ every action and tuned into every word. The excitement was seen in the children’s eyes; it was a yearning to learn the unknown.

3-D printer saves lives

19 February, 2015

3-D printing, a process that just a decade ago belonged in the science fiction genre, is now taking its place in the science community as a common way to create customized tools and even save lives.

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