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Walton scholars eager to serve

19 March, 2015

John Brown University serves as a temporary home for 59 Walton scholars from Latin America. Three of these scholars, Walter Medrano, Andrea Rodriguez and Alex Paniagua, expressed their plans to return home and serve their communities.

Violence strikes in India, students respond

19 March, 2015

In Nagaland, India, 42 students were arrested for being connected with the mob and for beating and lynching a rape suspect in the streets of Dimapur.

Spring break trips emphasize service

19 March, 2015

This year John Brown University plans to take spring break missions trips to New Orleans, La., Jackson, Miss. and Miami, Fla.

Student development is giving students the opportunity to participate in missions in hopes of furthering community development in those areas.

Formula for cheaper flights causes lawsuit

19 March, 2015

Finding cheap one-way flight prices is a challenge when traveling, especially during holidays. Zaman Aktarer, 22, is now being sued for discovering a path to cheaper flights.

Rust and gold combined for artistic purpose

19 March, 2015

100 paintings by Joel Armstrong opened to the public at John Brown University last Tuesday.

Armstrong is an associate professor of visual arts and teaches illustration and drawing at the University.

Residence life discusses alcohol post graduation

19 March, 2015

Residence Life held a forum last week about making the decision to drink alcohol after college.

Memories of Selma: JBU students celebrate historical moment

12 March, 2015

SELMA – The worship service from inside Brown Chapel AME Church projected on a huge screen, the crowds gathered in groups holding signs displaying “Black Lives Matter” and the sun added more color to each face of the 17 John Brown University students and two faculty members in the crowd.

State schools to carry weapons

12 March, 2015

A new law currently before the Arkansas state legislature is sparking discussion on campus about John Brown University’s concealed carry policy.

Students react to lowest tuition increase

12 March, 2015

Every year, tuition at John Brown University increases. On average, tuition will rise by approximately 4 or 5 percent. This year, JBU’s tuition rate only rose 3.36 percent, an all-record low for the university.

Women and men explore nature and God’s truth

12 March, 2015

John Brown University students can find themselves bored on the weekends, wondering how to make it through another week of assignments, tests and caf food.

The student ministry leadership team (SMLT) offers their annual solution: the Men’s and Women’s retreat.

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