Author: Clancie Sorrell

Shutdown affects students who receive financial aid
News

Shutdown affects students who receive financial aid

An unplanned vacation for many government workers ensued on at the end of last year. As funding ceased for organizations, furloughed workers and U.S. citizens anticipated the government reboot. Since 1976, when the modern congressional budgeting process began, there have been 20 government shutdowns; however, the longest government shutdown in […]

JBU cross country finishes strong
Sports

JBU cross country finishes strong

Two students earned trips to the NAIA National Championship after their times in the 2018 Sooner Athletic Conference meet placed them in the top 10. On Nov. 3, the John Brown University cross country teams drove to Oklahoma City, Okla., to compete for the last race of the season. However, […]

The unlikely pairing of two words
Opinion

The unlikely pairing of two words

Confidence and humility, two opposite words that I used to believe had zero overlap. I would always hear these words in the context of two different conversations. When I felt lousy about my talents, people would tell me to have more confidence. When I was too proud of my accomplishments, […]

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Enactus world cup inspires students to serve

The week before Fall Break, students boarded a flight for San Jose, California to watch and support the competing Enactus teams at the Enactus World Cup. Every year, the world cup hosts 3,500 student, business and academic leaders from 36 different countries to showcase projects that will improve communities across […]

Kavanaugh confirmed as judge after FBI investigation
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Kavanaugh confirmed as judge after FBI investigation

With votes tallied and protestors enraged, the U.S. Senate approved Brett Kavanaugh as the 114th Supreme Court Justice. The hearing, nomination and confirmation stirred controversy nationwide as citizens debated Kavanaugh qualification for the job as a Justice of the Supreme Court. On July 9, President Trump announced that Kavanaugh would […]