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Movie Review: Why ‘The After Party’ perpetuates stigma

Carbamazepine, Clobazam, Diazepam, Divalproex, Eslicarbazepine acetate and Zarontin are words that are probably strange to you, but not for people who suffer from epilepsy: a neurological disorder that causes seizures. “The After Party”, Netflix’s latest hip-hop and rap comedy, is a movie that deals with this matter in an inaccurate […]

ARTreach seeks volunteers for children’s ministry
Faith

ARTreach seeks volunteers for children’s ministry

As brightly-colored crayons roll across the table into small energetic hands, children experience the love of Christ through the encouragement of student mentors smiling at their budding masterpieces. ARTreach, a John Brown University CAUSE ministry, invites students to build relationships with the children of Colcord, Oklahoma through art projects, games […]

‘Jesus High’ impacts college-age counselors and kids
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‘Jesus High’ impacts college-age counselors and kids

Amidst the smoke, lights and high energy games, campers and counselors alike experience the ever-looming “Jesus High”—a spiritual climax with little to no results. Campers and counselors often lose the sensation of a strengthened relationship with God and fellow Christians once they pack their bags and return to normal life. […]

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John Brown University welcomes new faculty and staff

Twelve new professors joined John Brown University this fall to teach in fields including human relations, healthcare, art, education and engineering. The Family and Human Services department saw the arrival of Geoff Reddick and West Loveland, both of whom also work in the graduate counseling program. Geoff Reddick, assistant professor […]

Faith

Students rest and recharge from routine at Breakaway

Leaving behind papers, projects, routines and stress, students experienced relaxation at New Life Ranch during the annual Breakaway fall retreat. This year’s retreat featured Jason Lanker, professor of Christian ministry and formation, as the key speaker, with an additional session featuring Murray Greenwood, the missionary-in-residence for the 2018-2019 school year. […]

Sports

Golden Eagle Productions celebrates 10 years of filming

This season, Golden Eagle Productions celebrates 10 years of recording the annual Toilet Paper game. What started as an idea and then formed into a club, Golden Eagle Productions now live streams every John Brown University home game world-wide. The idea to record games came about when a group of […]

Why Genesis 4 is still relevant
Opinion

Why Genesis 4 is still relevant

For most Christians, Genesis 4 is a familiar passage of scripture. The story of Cain and Abel is recognized as the first incidence of murder recorded in the Bible. The story has intrigued Christians forever, because it raises an enormous number of questions—such as “What was the mark that was […]

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John Brown University welcomes new faculty members

At the beginning of the 2018 fall semester, John Brown University welcomed twelve new faculty members to various departments. The nursing, business, education, and athletic departments each gained one new professor this semester. The counseling department introduced two new professionals, as did the engineering and construction management departments. The faculty […]

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Merrick takes first in national competition

Luke Merrick, a senior music education major, won the National Association of Teachers of Singing vocal competition this past summer. Though the National Association of Teachers of Singing (NATS) might not be a familiar name to most people, the organization is a widely recognized in the world of professional music.  […]

Two storms devastate two different continents
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Two storms devastate two different continents

Residents of southern Asia and eastern United States battled storms that caused mass destruction and death to both sides of the world. Typhoon Mangkhut, known locally as Ompong, left destruction across the Philippines, Hong Kong, Guam and the Marshall Islands. Winds peaked up to 180-mph with a 550-mile circumference and […]