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News Bid for the White House begins

Bid for the White House begins

The end of April is near, and speculations about who will announce their candidacy for the presidency have been confirmed and negated in the past weeks. The first one to announce a candidacy for president was Ted Cruz, who was unsurprisingly followed by Rand Paul, then Hilary Clinton, and now, […]

Sports Ultimate winning streak, Ironfist 14-0

Ultimate winning streak, Ironfist 14-0

Can winning 14 games in a row give you enough momentum to play at a national level? The Ironfist Ultimate Frisbee Club is about to find out. Ironfist, John Brown University’s men’s Ultimate Frisbee Club, is currently riding a 14-0 win streak, including two undefeated appearances at their last two […]

Lifestyles AVL: Crew, community, and companionship

AVL: Crew, community, and companionship

Although many John Brown University students begin their freshmen year with a work-study position, not many have the opportunity to work for the Audio, Visual and Lighting (AVL) department. Ever-present in our Tuesday, Thursday and Sunday night chapels, AVL records and live streams an estimated 110 chapels a year. The […]

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Guns on campus: Student responds to Spy vs. Spy
Opinion

Guns on campus: Student responds to Spy vs. Spy

Bid for the White House begins
News

Bid for the White House begins

The end of April is near, and speculations about who will announce their candidacy for the presidency have been confirmed and negated in the past weeks. The first one to announce a candidacy for president was Ted Cruz, who was unsurprisingly followed by Rand Paul, then Hilary Clinton, and now, […]

International assistant leaves lasting impact
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International assistant leaves lasting impact

Students call her the “Blessings Lady.” For 5 1/2 years, Shohreh Noorbakhsh, winner of John Brown University’s 2014-2015 Faculty Appreciation Award, has welcomed everyone who comes into the international office with a smile, hug and greeting of “blessings on you.” Her passion: serving the Lord by loving each person she […]

Haley Maguire, Shelby Lawson, Ethan Penner and Candous McGuire pictured left to right are the 2015 -2016 Assistant Resident Directors.
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New assistant residence directors with new goals

Each year the Resident Director for each John Brown University Residence Hall goes through the process of hiring a new Assistant Resident Director (ARD) for the next year. Each Resident Director (RD) has a different set of qualifications they look for in the ARD candidates in order to make the […]

Student responds to feminism
Opinion

Student responds to feminism

With the advent of mass participation in media through the internet and social networking, the conversation about feminism (in its “third wave” that is increasingly media-critical, sex-positive and multicultural in character) has broken out of doctrinaire academic and activist circles and is now everywhere — including our campus. One recent […]

Requiring tickets for graduation: The problems and a solution
Opinion

Requiring tickets for graduation: The problems and a solution

Birth, graduation from high school, graduation from college, marriage and your first real-world job; these are just a few of the huge landmark events in life. On such occasions, we typically want those we love to be with us to celebrate. Our close family and friends make the event all […]

Video games offer creativity
Opinion

Video games offer creativity

I am what you’d call a game theorist. Not to be mistaken with the game theory that has to do with math and politics. Those topics fly a hundred miles over my head. What I do is overanalyze games. Technically, I’m a gaming theorist. I don’t make groundless theories either, […]

Why do we make Jesus look like us?
Opinion

Why do we make Jesus look like us?

There I was, a one-year-old stranded on a powder blue, crushed velvet couch in my grandmother’s den wearing a puffy, white dress. My mom had left me there while she and my aunts were in the kitchen slaving over a gas stove. The couch I was seated on was surrounded […]

Thank you and farewell
Opinion

Thank you and farewell

I just want to express the depth of my gratitude and appreciation and to thank everyone whose path has crossed mine at John Brown University in the last few years; for the love, acceptance, support and friendship you have all extended to me so unreservedly and generously! Coming to JBU […]

AVL: Crew, community, and companionship
Lifestyles

AVL: Crew, community, and companionship

Although many John Brown University students begin their freshmen year with a work-study position, not many have the opportunity to work for the Audio, Visual and Lighting (AVL) department. Ever-present in our Tuesday, Thursday and Sunday night chapels, AVL records and live streams an estimated 110 chapels a year. The […]