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News Markets reflect uncertainty of election

Markets reflect uncertainty of election

National stock indexes have seen a rubbery few weeks in light of the uncertain nature of the presidential election. Two major stock indices that analysts pay attention to, the S&P 500 and the Dow Jones Industrial Average, both took large dips on Nov. 4, the Friday before the election. The […]

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Don’t keep hurt to yourself

Everyone likes having good days. Everyone likes the days filled with smiles and laugher. We delight in being able to say that all is right with the world and that we are okay. But what do we do when that’s not how it is? What do we do when a […]

Lifestyles Time to remember those who left us in 2016

Time to remember those who left us in 2016

This year has been filled with loss and tragedy. While time continues, it does well to honor those people who have left us. The people described below are only a few of those departed souls who have left us this year. May they rest in peace.    

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Time to remember those who left us in 2016
Lifestyles

Time to remember those who left us in 2016

This year has been filled with loss and tragedy. While time continues, it does well to honor those people who have left us. The people described below are only a few of those departed souls who have left us this year. May they rest in peace.    

Preventing the beginnings of a cold
Lifestyles

Preventing the beginnings of a cold

With the winter season coming, the early stages of season-long colds are upon students. It begins with an itchy throat and sinus problems. If ignored, the symptoms grow worse over the next few days, adding in a low fever, runny nose and chills. At this point, a cold is unavoidable. […]

Missionary kids, called to serve
Lifestyles

Missionary kids, called to serve

Being part of a philanthropic family dedicated to serving others through a different kind of mission is a learning process. Many missionary kids have to move with their families to countries where they face the challenge to adapt to a different culture and sometimes learn another language.  Although there is […]

Top 10 most talented NFL teams of the year
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Top 10 most talented NFL teams of the year

Club volleyball spikes interest
Sports

Club volleyball spikes interest

Twice a week, groups of students at John Brown University gather together to advance their knowledge and skill. They labor for hours, digging deep, assisting one another, striving for aces. No, this is not a study group – this is club volleyball.      While most college students expect to […]

Players add versatility to team
Sports

Players add versatility to team

The John Brown University men’s basketball team is off to an impressive start this year. They are currently 7-3 and coming off a 93-67 win over Philander Smith, a team they had lost to just nine days prior.      The Eagles are gearing up for the start of conference […]

Markets reflect uncertainty of election
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Markets reflect uncertainty of election

National stock indexes have seen a rubbery few weeks in light of the uncertain nature of the presidential election. Two major stock indices that analysts pay attention to, the S&P 500 and the Dow Jones Industrial Average, both took large dips on Nov. 4, the Friday before the election. The […]

News

Rolling Stone found guilty of defamation

Rolling Stone magazine and one of their writers was found guilty of the defamation of the University of Virginia’s former associate dean of students. Nicole Eramo, the former dean, was awarded $3 million for the damages. In November 2014, Rolling Stone released “A Rape on Campus,” written by reporter Sabrina […]

Choir director retires, directs last candlelight
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Choir director retires, directs last candlelight

Paul Smith, director of Cathedral Choir and Chamber Choir, will direct his last Candlelight service since he is retiring at the end of the year. Smith will still go to Ireland with choir this summer. Candlelight is an annual service for the Christmas service occurring at John Brown University. It […]

Music stimulates brain, increase productivity
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Music stimulates brain, increase productivity

Several students at John Brown University stated that music impacts their productivity. A large majority of these students said it impacts them positively. In an interview with the New York Times, Dr. Amit Sood of the Mayo Clinic provided scientific evidence backing up this report. “In biological terms, melodious sounds […]