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Stream of consciousness
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Stream of consciousness

Senior Katelyn Banks will unveil “Stream of Consciousness,” a cut paper installation inspired by prayer and derived from meticulous hours of preparation on April 3 in the new art building. The theme of the gallery comes from Psalm 1, in which the author uses trees planted by the living water […]

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Radio station fundraiser resounding success

101.1 KLRC, the University’s Christian radio station, ended Sharathon this month with $746,904 pledged from nearly 2,400 listeners. This has ensured the ministry’s funding for another year of operation. “The mountains we were facing this morning was too big for us. Then, in a flurry of phone calls and data […]

Spring break mission trips impact lives
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Spring break mission trips impact lives

The SMLT sponsored three domestic mission trips over spring break, taking groups to Jackson, Miss.; Panama City, Fla.; and New Orleans, La. The Jackson trip was led by director of discipleship Frank Huebert. Partnering with the John M. Perkins Foundation and the Zachariah 8 Community, students tackled service projects with […]

SWEPCO: Five things to know
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SWEPCO: Five things to know

1. It’s not easy to find Located around Gentry, Ark., there is only one access point for the lake, which can be especially difficult to spot if you go at night. From campus, head east on U.S. Route 412 and soon after Walmart turn left onto State Highway 59, northbound. […]

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Housing numbers shaping up for next year

With spring break over, housing registration is approaching quickly. Next year’s seniors have already applied to live off campus and room draw will begin shortly. Andre Broquard, director of resident life at JBU, said that as of now, there are 69 seniors that will live off campus, four that will […]

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Students, SGA seeking connection

It is election season – that time of year when candidates seek the votes of their perspective constituents. On the campus of John Brown University, however, the candidates for the Student Government Association blend in well. Wearing everyday clothes, they wander their classes or the cafeteria on a quest for […]

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SIFE scores trip to nationals

For the 12th year in a row, the John Brown University SIFE (Students in Free Enterprise) competition team was crowned Regional champion Monday, March 26. The Regional competition took place in Rogers, Ark., with competing colleges and universities from Arkansas, Kansas, Oklahoma, and Missouri. JBU SIFE is advancing to the […]

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Cafeteria seeks to meet dietary restrictions

After battling health issues, senior Jessica High’s food restrictions kept her from enjoying an average meal at the cafeteria like everyone else. Her gluten-, dairy- and soy-free diet left little to desire as she searched the cafeteria’s menu online on a weekly basis, only realizing there was not much she […]

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Calling listeners to face their fears

Students in chapel on March 8 laughed as the speaker listed off some unrealistic fears, such as anatidaephobia, “the fear that somewhere, somehow, a duck is watching you.” But she did not stop there. Instead, speaker Sarah Sumner went on to challenge the student body to face the real fears […]

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Freshman has a winning way with words

A fresh face is picking up several big honors for the John Brown University Forensics Team, and he is not majoring in any sort of communications degree. He is a freshman youth ministry major. Joshua McBride, a freshman, said he stumbled upon the team when Erick Roebuck, assistant professor of […]