Let your voice be heard Are you passionate about a particular issue? Is there a burning desire within you to share your thoughts and ideas? Is there a conversation that you’d like to see started on campus? If so, we would love to hear what you have to say! Here […]
Digital redlining is the “connectivity divide” between some communities in the United States, according to AFRO, an African-American publication. The practice affects many rural, poor and non-Caucasian communities, according to AFRO, putting 20 percent of Americans behind 20 years technologically. Trisha Posey, professor of history said, “Redlining was a practice […]Read more...
As of September 13, more than 3,000 people have been shot and 522 of those are dead, due to the increasing gun violence occurring in Chicago over the past year. The number of shootings this year surpasses the total amount of shootings from 2015, which was 2,980 incidents that resulted […]Read more...
John Brown University will go on a new fall break missions trip to Southern Louisiana this year to serve those affected by the flood. Trip leader Cassie Isaacson said “At the beginning of the semester, Frank Huebert brought up the idea of the Louisiana fall break trip to help with […]Read more...
Digital redlining is the “connectivity divide” between some communities in the United States, according to AFRO, an African-American publication. The practice affects many rural, poor and non-Caucasian communities, according to AFRO, putting 20 percent of Americans behind 20 years technologically. Trisha Posey, professor of history said, “Redlining was a practice […]
After graduating high school, one topic has continually been on my mind and my heart: giving. What does it mean to really give? I can find plenty of examples in the Bible about verses that say we should give. It’s not a matter of what it means to give, but […]
Left to right, Megan Beck, Elizabeth Williams, Lindsey Davis, Carly McKinney and Jessica Meyer join the JBU Women’s Voleyball team. The John Brown University volleyball team has had a great start to their season, winning their first ve matches. Their success has been influenced in part by the arrival of […]
John Brown University will go on a new fall break missions trip to Southern Louisiana this year to serve those affected by the flood. Trip leader Cassie Isaacson said “At the beginning of the semester, Frank Huebert brought up the idea of the Louisiana fall break trip to help with […]
Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art in Bentonville is opening a new exhibit with a focus on current visual and performing arts. The Innovative Arts Venue will be stationed in downtown Bentonville and will “anchor downtown Bentonville’s Market District, brin ging together a diverse range of artists to experiment and […]
Baily Cameron has achieved new milestones for John Brown University women’s basketball. Cameron, guard for the University’s women’s basketball team, is the first freshman at the University to receive the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics All-America honorable mention for women’s basketball. “I wasn’t actually expecting it at all, but I […]
Seniors graduating in May need to meet chapel requirements by April 24, according to John Brown University’s 2015-16 Student Handbook. Chapel attendance is mandatory for all studentsas it is an essential part of fulfilling John Brown University’s mission of providing Christ-centered higher education, according to the handbook. Students who fall […]
Recognize the problem of pornography On Monday the governor of Utah signed an ordinance that declared pornography a public health hazard, according to CNN. The resolution stated that pornography has individual and societal harms. The ordinance does not ban pornography or offer any new punishments. According to local senators, the […]
The annual senior cinema screening is coming to a theater—the Berry Performing Arts Center—near you. On May 1, seniors will showcase the films they have been working on for the past year. Kyle Stuck is producing a film called “Give Me To The Waves.” He said that the film shows […]
For senior visual art students, four years of work will be presented to potential employers and the public at the annual Portfolio Show this Friday evening. The show will feature work from more than 40 graphic design, photography, illustration and digital cinema majors. Most students showcase their work in portfolio […]
A New Jersey man, Joseph Hornick Jr., faces potential jail time over his Donald Trump flag. There is an ordinance in West Long Branch, where Hornick lives, which prohibits which prohibits the display of political signs more than 30 days before an election. The New Jersey primary takes place on […]
Respecting authority and demanding reform are not mutually exclusive. In chapel a couple of weeks ago, Asa Hutchinson, the governor of Arkansas, came and spoke to the student body. During that chapel, I helped lead over 100 students in wearing white shirts—many of which said “students for refugees”—to protest Governor […]
Last week, a student issued an opinion piece titled “Respect the police.” In it, the student called on Christians to respect the police in the midst of instances of police violence. I agree with the statements made about police officers not receiving much thanks for their dedication and service to […]