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Midnight Musings: music of a thousand keyboards
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Midnight Musings: music of a thousand keyboards

News broke this week as it was discovered that popular content site The Odyssey has been forcing its writers to write their articles in group “writeshops.” Jonathan Beersmac, a former English major at the University of Boston, spoke out against the site, claiming he had recently broken out from an […]

Where and how to vote on Election Day
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Where and how to vote on Election Day

If you haven’t made plans to vote, you still got time. Early voting in Arkansas began October 24 and will go on until the November 7, with the official election day on the November 8.  There are various places to vote only a few miles from campus. Three of the […]

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Vincent Bacote: healing the American wound

Vincent Bacote, assistant professor of theology at Wheaton College in Wheaton, Illinois visited John Brown University on October 20. This was Bacote’s third time at JBU, and this time Bacote spoke on the Christian’s involvement in the upcoming elections and what the Christian’s role should be in the political sphere. […]

Student-led political forums encourage respect
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Student-led political forums encourage respect

Tuesday, October 11th saw the first of four student-lead political forums held on John Brown University’s campus. The forum, organized and moderated by Jackson Love, junior engineering major, focused on economic policies of the two opposing political parties. “I believe it’s important for students to know how to process their […]

Tax breaks normal for Trump and businesses
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Tax breaks normal for Trump and businesses

  Republican Presidential candidate and businessman Donald Trump claimed a $916 million loss on his 1995 tax return, which allowed him to avoid paying federal income tax on his businesses for at least 18 years. The enormous tax benefit came from failed business ventures, including three Atlantic City casino bankruptcies, […]

Midnight Musings: This is the way the world ends, #withawhimper
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Midnight Musings: This is the way the world ends, #withawhimper

Facebook. Instagram. Twitter. Snapchat. We all have them. We all use them. The development of social media has taken hold of the American youth like nothing we’ve seen before in what political America has coined “The War On Clickbait.” A recent study conducted by Dr. H. Tag of the South […]

Midnight Musings: Where the news is fresh and the coffee is decaf
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Midnight Musings: Where the news is fresh and the coffee is decaf

Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump made a surprise visit to John Brown University’s campus, and the business magnate had some suggestions to make.  “We need to build a fence around the Dogwood Trail until we can figure out what the hell is going on the Doug the Deer”, insisted Trump. […]

University leaders serve as politicians
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University leaders serve as politicians

Chuck Hyde, Chief Executive Officer of John Brown University’s Soderquist Leadership, is running unopposed for his second five-year term on the Siloam Springs School Board. He is just completing his fifth year and said he is looking forward to another five. Steve Beers, Vice President of Student Development at the […]

Student  follows need, leads by example
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Student follows need, leads by example

International Business and Marketing Major, Phillip Todd began his political career at John Brown University because of an empty table. As a freshman, he, like many others, attended John Brown University’s club fair only to find that the table labeled “College Republicans” was unmanaged. Todd would shortly thereafter discover that […]

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Midnight Musings: Where the news is fresh and the coffee is decaf

Following the Melania Trump speech scandal, the Trump campaign has hired a new speech writer. Sources report that the new speech writer is a cat, named Demi Meower. The cat apparently has spent most of her time rolling across a keyboard, but the material she churns out is somehow much […]