Smartwatch skepticism could affect sales

October 16, 2014

It is no surprise that smartwatches are the new up-and-coming product on the market. It started with small manufacturers like Pebble and Megawatch and now even big companies like Sony, Samsung and LG have produced smartwatches.

Couple highlights vices and virtues in relationships

October 16, 2014

Relationship week brought Jeff and Debby McElroy to the John Brown University campus for three days last week.

Measuring the cost with the reward: Graduate school pays off with experience despite debt

October 16, 2014

Millennials are defined as the generation born between 1981 and 2004. Only about half of the millennial generation has been alive long enough to graduate from college.

Gender equality from a biblical perspective

October 16, 2014

Gender equality is an issue that is gaining new attention due to the HeForShe Twitter Campaign led by U.N. Women.

Actress Emma Watson is part of this campaign, and in her speech to the United Nations, she discussed the controversy around the word “feminist.”

Ebola spreads, U.S. continues preventative action

October 16, 2014

An estimated 8,000 total cases of infection and a resulting 4,450 deaths make 2014’s Ebola outbreak the most deadly ever.

Women lead ranks in biblical Great Commission

October 16, 2014

Nearly two-thirds of missionaries are female, according to “Women in Mission,” an essay in the Perspectives Reader on the World Christian Movement.

New generation lacks voting drive

October 16, 2014

Men and women between the ages of 18 to 24 decreased their participation in the electorate between 2010 and 2012, according to the Center for Information and Research on Civic Learning and Engagement.

Medical miracles debated by doctors and patients

October 9, 2014

Over half of Americans say God can revive a family member declared lost by doctors, according to a recent survey conducted by the Associated Press which asked Americans how involved God is on a person’s deathbed.

Students honor donors with song and testimony

October 9, 2014

The many donations received by John Brown University sets JBU apart, especially the spirit in which they are given. For the last decade, the JBU advancement team has put on a scholarship dinner the Friday of homecoming to celebrate this spirit of generosity and gratitude.

India makes history with first mission to Mars

October 9, 2014

After a 298-day transit, the Mangalyaan finally accomplished its path into Mars’ orbit. Launched on Nov. 5 the satellite entered the Martian orbit on Sept. 24. according to BBC News.


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