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Students divided on Metaxas’ invitation to JBU

On Sept. 8, students stood outside the Berry Performing Arts Center to protest the invitation of conservative author and radio host Eric Metaxas to speak on the John Brown University campus. The Center for Faith and Flourishing (CFF) hosted the event “Should Christians Vote for Trump?” which aimed to offer […]

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Determined Protesters Stand Up to Corruption in Central America

As the coronavirus disrupted economies and sickened millions around the world, countries in Central America witnessed an increase in protests against government corruption. In Nicaragua, unrest began when current President Daniel Ortega led a revolution against the dictator Anastasio Somoza in 1979. According to The New Humanitarian, recent protests against […]

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Title IX Revisions Bring Changes to Universities Across the Country

The Trump administration passed down new legislation regarding Title IX, affecting all schools that receive federal assistance. Colleges and universities had until Aug. 14 to adopt the new regulations. The final guidelines, released in May, intend to ensure that students know their resources through education. The Department of Education used […]

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Hurricane Laura Ravages Louisiana Communities

As the global pandemic rages on, portions of the United States are battling an all-too-familiar threat: hurricane season. During the early hours of Aug. 27, the storm made landfall as a Category 4 hurricane in southwestern Louisiana, with winds as high as 150 miles per hour. Forbes reporter Nicholas Reimann […]

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Voting by Mail Leads to Turmoil for Postal Service

The past few months have been turbulent for the United States Postal Service (USPS) due to the age of COVID-19, the possibility of voting by mail in November, and the climax of the service’s decline that has been ongoing since 2006. As voting by mail is becoming an increasingly popular […]