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MobilePack feeds Haitian Children
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MobilePack feeds Haitian Children

When he visited a Haitian clinic for malnourished children, Tacos 4 Life Director of Missions Kevin Chenoweth held a child whose bones were clearly visible under his skin. “I remember looking at the nurse while holding this child and asking, ‘Is he going to live to tomorrow?’ I mean, he […]

Hulu show gives Siloam momentum
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Hulu show gives Siloam momentum

Historic Downtown Siloam Springs moves beyond local appreciation towards national recognition for its classic beauty and entrepreneurial spirit. Out of over 15, 000 cities that applied, Small Business Revolution chose Siloam Springs to be considered for the third season of its show on Hulu. Siloam Springs entered the top five […]

New Year, Same Me
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New Year, Same Me

It’s that time of the year again. Salad sales and gym memberships are skyrocketing and the phrase “new year, new me” somehow gets woven into every conversation. New Year’s resolutions can be a great way to improve aspects of your life, but resolutions can also often end in disappointment and […]

Fashion and religion cross at 2018 gala
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Fashion and religion cross at 2018 gala

The Met Gala is a fashion show sponsored by well-known New York City fashion and lifestyle magazine, Vogue. Next year’s controversial theme, titled “Heavenly Bodies: Fashion and the Catholic Imagination,” imagines the marriage of fashion and religion. Grace Mayes, sophomore political science major at John Brown University, stated, “I think […]

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Seniors celebrate Christmas quirks

It’s the most wonderful time of the year—the winter holiday season. From tree decorating to festive foods to reading and retelling the Christmas story, the holidays look different from family to family. Two John Brown University seniors, Chris Ridings and Rachel Barber, both share what their typical holiday season looks […]

Student captures vision for humanitarian aid
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Student captures vision for humanitarian aid

From Montana, St. Louis, New Mexico and Colorado to Kenya, Honduras and Belize, senior biblical and theological studies senior Elizabeth Grumulaitis sees the world through her camera lens. Grumulaitis pursues many different art forms. Her favorite is photography: specifically, street and travel photography for capturing natural moments. “Photography is not […]