Author: Daria Zellmer

Opinion

Stop stereotyping women in TV

In college, students often find themselves busy, overwhelmed and stressed. One thing nearly all students can agree on is that television is a great stress-reliever; however, there is a problem with a lot of our favorite television shows that some of us may not know about. Stereotyping women in television […]

Opinion

Move forward, accept your depravity

I don’t believe in good people. I don’t believe anyone is good. In this sense I am extremely Calvinist, as my views focus squarely on the total depravity of human nature. These views bypass political ideologies, ethnicities, nationalities, religion, vocations, philanthropic choices and anything else under the sun. The human […]

Lifestyles

Campus abuzz for Next Big Thing

This year’s Next Big Thing will feature three bands and one artist. The first band is Girl Problems. The members are Chipper Via, Hannah Schroeder, Elliot Jones and Nathan Schieffer. They feature electronic beats in their songs with an indie-pop flair. The next band on the set list is Mother […]

Student serves by creating art
Lifestyles

Student serves by creating art

The audience, recently doubled over in mirth, now sat transfixed. The singer’s voice echoed as she drew her bow against the violin strings. At the conclusion, the crowd erupted in whoops and cheers and the girl with a mane of curly golden locks left the stage. The performance earned Coral […]

Lifestyles

Is Ring by Spring still a thing?

A new post pops up on your Facebook page. “Ashley Arnold with Jake Kernell. December 16.” A ring photo accompanies the new Facebook life moment: “Engaged to Jake Kernell.” The option to see their relationship sits below the official social media announcement along with pictures of the new couple. This […]

Vila class reaches Hindu neighbors
Lifestyles

Vila class reaches Hindu neighbors

  We did nothing profound when we visited the Hindu temple in Bentonville, Arkansas. We simply loved our neighbors and listened to their faith journey explanations. Twenty-seven John Brown University students visited the Hindu temple at the Hindu Association of Northwest Arkansas on March 4 under the guidance of David […]

Women’s team goes to Nationals
Sports

Women’s team goes to Nationals

The Golden Eagles women’s basketball team boarded a plane to Billings, Montana, to represent John Brown University in the 2017 NAIA Women’s National Championship on March 13. The last time the women’s basketball team went to nationals was the 2013-14 season. That year, they made it to the final four, […]

NBA censors social media posts
Sports

NBA censors social media posts

The recent social media “Twitter Wars” sparked panic in the upper divisions of the NBA. The NBA commisioner, Mark Tatum, addressed all 30 teams about the issue. Players and teams responded by tweeting sarcastic comments with an overly-polite nature toward each other. After a Twitter battle between the Portland Trailblazers […]