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Not enough blood donations

Students should donate to save lives “Every two seconds someone in the U.S. needs blood,” according to the Red Cross. Sometimes, blood is needed for a one-time emergency. “A single car accident victim can require as many as 100 pints of blood,” says the American Red Cross. Other times, one […]

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US-China relations threatened: Cyber security issues cause tension

The United States and China have not had a very strong relationship in recent years. Relations between the U.S. and China have been strained because of strong differences in government structure, human rights violations and of currency manipulation. While all of these factors are reasons for potential conflict, the most […]

Invest time in the complex
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Invest time in the complex

Black and white are polar opposites. They are easily identified and rarely mistaken for one another. One can clearly identify black as black and white as white. Some people seem to think that many issues in politics should be approached in the same manner. Abortion, amongst many other issues, seems […]

You get what you give
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You get what you give

The last Sunday of the summer found me sitting in a sanctuary that felt more like the Royal Albert Hall than a church building. My fingers curled comfortably around my complimentary coffee as I sat listening to a sermon about why I should be involved in the church community. The pastor passionately promised that Christian community is God’s gift to me; it […]

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Consume diverse news: Stay informed through different media

Many students are generally uninformed about world or local news, and frequently find themselves asking questions like, “Wait, what happened? When did that happen?” They are not always able to be aware of what is going on in the outside world. Students often refer to John Brown University as a bubble, because we tend […]

Students need public speaking
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Students need public speaking

Skills necessary for all majors It’s that ultimate moment when all eyes are on you. You are the center of attention. Everyone has sat down to listen to every word you say, and to see everything you do. This is public speaking. No matter how shy, quiet or even loud and vocal, we […]

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New health technology

How it can help save lives New innovations in health are constantly occurring, and typically, they are met with some backlash. This is because society is never sure if these innovations will bring about more harm than good. Although, in the past, people have suffered from flawed medical practices, advances […]

Commuters should consider carpooling:  Students can help with the parking situation
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Commuters should consider carpooling: Students can help with the parking situation

It’s an issue every year, but with increasing enrollment at John Brown University, the number of parking spaces available to students is running short. And with only X amount of spaces to choose from—unless you want to get a $40 ticket—the options can be limited. There is a considerable amount […]

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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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Refugee crisis

What’s being done, what needs to be done The news has been covered with tragic and disturbing images of a boy washed up on the shore of Syria. We cannot ignore the serious issue that European migrants are suffering. It is clear through the heartache, tragedy and increasing number of […]