Author: Zeke Willcox

Local, World

Honduras presidential race ignites chaos

Honduras is facing political and social turmoil during a tense and complicated presidential election in which the final result of the election has yet to be released. To quell the violent protest brought on by the angered citizens, a ten day curfew was imposed on Friday, Dec. 1, which lasted […]


Digital pills may deprive patients of privacy

The Food and Drug Administration has approved the first digital pill, which will allow patients to track medicinal intake through new consumable technology to assist those who inaccurately medicate. The pill is known as “Abilify MyCite,” and it works through digital transmissions documenting intake information for its users and medical […]


Solidarity against the silence

In the wake of the scandal and investigations surrounding Harry Weinstein, a movement swept across the world, encouraging victims of sexual violence to break the silence and speak out. The Twitter tag “#MeToo” began on Oct. 15, started by actress Alyssa Milano who posted a tweet encouraging women to use […]


English majors trailblaze for campus creative journal

Callie Huston sat in Walker Student Center, manning a table covered in cardstock sheets filled with various writings and vibrant artwork. Students meandered past the table, while the curious ones stalled and halted to take a closer look., and the sophomore English major quickly obliged inquisitive students about Shards of […]


Enactus makes history at World Cup

For the first time since its establishment over 40 years ago, Enactus JBU qualified for the Enactus World Cup, an international competition for students across the globe investing in entrepreneurial action to improve the lives of people everywhere. Enactus JBU presented on two of the six current projects for Enactus: […]


New faculty enlivens old department

At the beginning of the 2017 fall semester, John Brown University welcomed several new faculty to its ranks. These fteen new members range from undergraduate professors to graduate professors to cybersecurity. New to the staff are three graduate counselors, ten undergraduate professors of whom two are music, two are nursing, […]


Magallon sketches depth into her details

  Ana Magallon is a rare artist, one who immensely enjoys the grueling hours pencil-sketching before filling in with ink. She finds joy and contentment in using her hands to create good work. Magallon grew up in a home of artists, hailing from generations of draftsmen, painters, and graphic designers. […]


Cross-country team dashes into season

The cross-country team is dutifully preparing for their upcoming season. Head coach Scott Schochler has high expectations for both the men’s and the women’s teams this year. Schochler said he believes that the men’s team could qualify for nationals this season. “I’m going to put it out there, I honestly […]


Sex trafficking allegations

A woman contacted the Siloam Springs Police Department following an Aug. 5 incident with alleged sex traffickers at the Bob Henry Park in Siloam Springs. According to an article release by 5 News, the Siloam Springs Police Department requested the woman contact a detective in the criminal investigation division to […]