Author: Daria Zellmer

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Pastor gives cultural insight

Having traveled to 30 countries before he reached his college years, Skye Jethani understands the importance of having a broad perspective of Christianity. “Growing up in a home with a diversity of culture, a diversity of faith and background, it wasn’t a homogenous environment, so I didn’t just fit right […]

Country clerk should perform job, not judge
Opinion

Country clerk should perform job, not judge

Kim Davis, a county clerk from Kentucky, refused to give marriage licenses to homosexual couples because of her Christian beliefs. I think the U.S. Attorney Kerry B. Harvey makes a wonderful point in saying, “Government officials are free to disagree with the law, but not disobey it. The county clerk […]

Editorial

Freshmen merit easy parking

How RHA can help With the beginning of the school year come many different types of events. Some have to do with athletics, and others with clubs. The events put on by each respective residence hall varies quite a bit from execution to type of event. Mayfield has the paint […]

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Opportunity for growth

Have you ever wondered what ever happened to growth groups? If you are unfamiliar with this term, growth groups are groups of underclassmen who are mentored by upperclassmen, typically in a Bible study setting. Growth groups are sponsored by the Student Ministries and Leadership Team (SMLT) and are designed to help students grow in their relationship with God and each other through a book study. […]

Women’s rugby club gains momentum
Sports

Women’s rugby club gains momentum

Students, Roni Bagby and Emily Pearce, set out Jan. 28 on a mission to gather 30 signatures from female students who would want to play on a school-sponsored women’s rugby club. It’s been seven months, and much progress has since been made. Though not yet an official school-sponsored club, women’s […]

Professor transitions from Florida to Arkansas
Lifestyles

Professor transitions from Florida to Arkansas

The Donald G. Soderquist College of Business at John Brown University recently gained a new undergraduate department head. Ryan Ladner recently received his doctorate from George Fox University, and defended his dissertation this past June. Ladner has lived in several places across the United States including Tennessee, Florida and now […]