Cross country starts season on the right foot

October 16, 2014

Fall season sports are in full swing at John Brown University. Among those are the cross country teams, whose season so far has had a promising beginning, with a championship for both the men and women under their belts.

Intramurals encourage sportsmanship

October 16, 2014

With a new season comes new sports, and John Brown University offers intramural sports for those not involved in University athletics.

Legend embarks on life’s next adventure

October 9, 2014

All-time Yankees hits leader, Major League active hits leader, military brat, brother, friend, legend: Derek Sanderson Jeter has left a mark on the world of baseball that has gone down in history.

Athlete finds outlet after injury

October 9, 2014

Senior Whitney Brannan hasn’t followed the usual path of college athletics.

Brannan transferred from Oral Roberts University and joined the Golden Eagles as a junior, hoping to continue in college soccer.

Absent football program strikes conversation

October 9, 2014

Autumn is slowly making its way to Arkansas and for many students at John Brown University that means one thing: football season is here.

Club volleyball expands to co-ed team

October 2, 2014

Club volleyball at John Brown University opens its doors to include women as it begins its first official season as a co-ed team.

Frisbee teams envisions something greater

October 2, 2014

Frisbees fly around in the campus consciousness somewhere between “Frisbee’s a sport now?” and “Aren’t they the people throwing stuff at trees?”

New volleyball coach encourages family culture

September 25, 2014

Ken Carver has it bad-- the coaching bug.

Carver is the new women’s volleyball coach at John Brown University.

Social media impacts family dynamics

September 25, 2014

The hash tag “Why I Stayed” on Twitter places Ray and Janay Rice’s case of domestic violence on spotlight for the second time this year. Public awareness about the topic has raised questions on whether social media sets an appropriate platform for discussing family conflicts.

Golden Eagles fall to undefeated Ravens

September 25, 2014

John Brown Universiy freshman Sarah Frey opened Saturday’s game against Benedictine with an early shot just two minutes in. Seven minutes later, sophomore Savannah Beth would send her own strike at the Raven’s keeper, setting an aggressive pace.


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