Author: Samantha Bailey

‘Searching’ breaks film boundaries
Opinion

‘Searching’ breaks film boundaries

With an unforeseen disappearance, a case of catfishing and an investigation in which no one can be trusted, everyone is asking one question: what happened to Margot Cho? ‘Searching’ is an innovative Screenlife thriller that tells the story of Mr. Cho (played by David Kim), an anguished father in search […]

Hulu show gives Siloam momentum
Lifestyles Local

Hulu show gives Siloam momentum

Historic Downtown Siloam Springs moves beyond local appreciation towards national recognition for its classic beauty and entrepreneurial spirit. Out of over 15, 000 cities that applied, Small Business Revolution chose Siloam Springs to be considered for the third season of its show on Hulu. Siloam Springs entered the top five […]

New Year, Same Me
Lifestyles Local

New Year, Same Me

It’s that time of the year again. Salad sales and gym memberships are skyrocketing and the phrase “new year, new me” somehow gets woven into every conversation. New Year’s resolutions can be a great way to improve aspects of your life, but resolutions can also often end in disappointment and […]

Student captures vision for humanitarian aid
Lifestyles

Student captures vision for humanitarian aid

From Montana, St. Louis, New Mexico and Colorado to Kenya, Honduras and Belize, senior biblical and theological studies senior Elizabeth Grumulaitis sees the world through her camera lens. Grumulaitis pursues many different art forms. Her favorite is photography: specifically, street and travel photography for capturing natural moments. “Photography is not […]

Houston seizes their first World Series win
Sports

Houston seizes their first World Series win

Houston, a city once under water, is now unified after the victory of the Astros in the 2017 World Series, the first-ever championship win in franchise history. In August, Hurricane Harvey devastated the Houston metropolitan area with the costliest hurricane that has ever hit the U.S., killing 89 people, displacing […]

Kenyan-inspired boutique reaches NWA
Local

Kenyan-inspired boutique reaches NWA

Stepping over the threshold of Beautiful Lives Boutique, customers are greeted warmly by two women passionately informing customers about the organization’s outreach while inviting them to peruse the various rooms full of vibrant clothing. On Oct. 7, the non-profit thrift store celebrated its one-year anniversary of providing for women and […]

Walker cancels long-standing tradition
News

Walker cancels long-standing tradition

After years of paper snowflakes and holiday spirit, the beloved John Brown University Christmas tradition, Walker Wonderland, is permanently canceled. Megan Hansen, a senior art and illustration student and resident of Walker Hall, said she is passionately upset about the decision to cancel the event. In her senior year, Hansen […]