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Five cultures shaped one MK’s life

“God, why did you make me a Korean missionary kid?” H.G. Park, a Korean resident of Zambia, has asked himself this question dozens of times. Park has lived in Zambia for sixteen years, in addition to three years of high school in Kenya. He, like many other missionary kids, has […]

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Nine numbers take over JBU

Head, Heart and Hand, one of the historic mottos of John Brown University, is the core of a popular personality test that has become the newest addiction of JBU students’. The Enneagram Test, which has a base of head, heart and gut, originated in South America and became well known […]

Chaplain to Chancellor: Reed family says goodbye
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Chaplain to Chancellor: Reed family says goodbye

Rod Reed, the Chaplain at John Brown University, as well as his wife, Michelle Reed, who works in Student Development, will leave campus next semester as Rod has accepted the chancellor position at the Marion Residential Campus of Indiana Wesleyan University. On Nov. 13, John Brown University President Chip Pollard […]

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John Brown University welcomes new faculty members

Chad Clark is the new assistant professor of music, joining forces with the growing Communication and Fine Arts department at John Brown University. Clark directs the choirs and teaches a choral technique class to music education majors on campus. Clark obtained his undergraduate degree at George Fox University, a small […]

Fair to promote world-wide Evangelicalism
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Fair to promote world-wide Evangelicalism

The World Awareness Week missions fair will highlight 17 different mission organizations that are active worldwide, including ministries like Avant and Navigators. The goal of the fair is to allow students to engage in possible career or internship opportunities. Avant, in particular, is looking to advertise internship openings this summer, […]

Kip Rolland elevates shoe game on campus
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Kip Rolland elevates shoe game on campus

Shoe customization isn’t something that most people would choose as a hobby, much less as a part-time job. The process is difficult, time consuming and expensive. However, Kip Roland, a sophomore entrepreneurship and innovation major, has taken his love for shoes and used it to start his own customization business, […]

Student exhibit combats gender norms
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Student exhibit combats gender norms

The top mathematics student in her country, Patricia Morales Chang, a Nicaraguan Walton student, started school in the United States with the expectation that she would receive the level of respect and encouragement in the field of mathematics. Morales said she was surprised when she was met with doubt and […]