Extended open dorm policy accepted

29 January, 2015

Last semester the Student Government Association (SGA) researched and proposed a change in John Brown University’s open dorm policy. Their project is now a reality. Beginning this semester, open dorm hours have been extended to start at 6 p.m. instead of 7 p.m.

Paris attack shakes students

January 29, 2015

The editors at Charlie Hebdo did not see it coming. During a regulatory editorial meeting on Wednesday Jan. 7, two men entered the room and opened fire.

The two men shouted in Arabic, “We have avenged the Prophet Muhammad! God is great!”

Speaker challenges students to think global

January 29, 2015

Rudy Carrasco holds many titles; from writer, minister, Hispanic Scholarship Funds Hall of Fame holder, to community developer.

University president promotes campaign

January 29, 2015

The Berry Performing Arts Center was abuzz with reporters, Northwest Arkansas residents, professors, students and John Brown University board members. As the house lights dimmed, the voice of JBU’s founder, John E. Brown, Sr., filled the room, describing the university’s mission from 1919.

$2 million surprise honors professor

January 29, 2015

An anonymous donor has given $2 million to John Brown University in order to institute the Charles Peer Endowed Chair in Visual Arts, the University announced last week. This gift includes a $1 million matching challenge for new endowed scholarships for art students.

Small businesses thrive downtown

December 4, 2014

With an estimated population of 15,856 and an estimated 2,087 companies in Siloam Springs, it would seem that the livelihoods of businesses both large and small are easily accomplished.

Too many children, not enough homes

December 4, 2014

When it comes to adopting children, whether it be foreign or domestic, the obstacles can be devastating. Social Psychologist Susan Newman discussed the various barriers that couples face when looking into adoption.

U.S. hides homeless from sight

December 4, 2014

The homeless: what should be done with them?

This is a question cities across the nation are wrestling with. States such as California, New York and Florida have implemented regulations restricting the homeless out of a desire to protect communities from dangerous situations.

Students produce campus coverage

December 4, 2014

John Brown University communication students are working to create TV news broadcast Eaglebreak. In its second season, students continue to grow and improve as on-air personalities, reporters, editors and producers.

No more quarters: Coinless laundry

December 4, 2014

Coinless laundry machines across campus will make their debut beginning in the spring 2015 semester.


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