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Letter to the Editor: Finding the true heart of worship

In the column “Mean what you sing,” published two weeks ago here in the Threefold, contributor Shane Bauxman was talking about how much he disagrees with the way we worship in chapel at JBU, and how it shouldn’t be about me, myself or I. He thinks that all of our […]

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Fall of Roman: An outrageous performance, all the wrong reasons

Surprise. Surprise. A pop star has tried to use the hallowed imagery of the church to grab headlines and dollars. Madonna? Nope. Lady Gaga? Nope. It was hip-hop Barbie Nicki Minaj scraping the bottom of the communion cup for every last religious cliché. There were the scarlet monk robes, the […]

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Pining for a pinner

Gentlemen, think about all the women in the world there are to choose from. We ladies proudly represent a wide variety for you to pick through when it comes to picking out “The One.” The cheerleader, the goth, the musician, the intellect, the homemaker, the butcher, the baker, the candlestick […]

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World Cup winners visit Northwest Arkansas

Students from the University of Kwazulu-Natal in South Africa made a brief stop in Bentonville, Ark., while on a tour of the U.S. These students were not in the U.S. simply for fun; they were here to showcase why they are the current champions of the Students in Free Enterprise […]

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“Project Zero” joins University in encouraging campus recycling

John Brown University has a new goal in mind: to be the first zero-landfill school in all of Arkansas or Oklahoma. The students and faculty involved in SIFE are heading up a recycling project, and are asking the student body to get involved. “It’s important for people to know that […]

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Injured students make progress

Gina Oh and Sarah Kim continue to recuperate after being hit by cars in a serious accident Jan. 20. Oh, a sophomore, had been undergoing rehabilitation in Springfield, Mo. On Monday she was moved back to Siloam Springs, said Steve Beers, vice president for student development. Oh’s roommate, senior Casey […]

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House-hunting tips

Moving off campus can sound like an appealing option for college students. No more eating off the meal plan, dealing with awkward RAs or abiding by open dorm hours. Nevertheless, students can sometimes run into several obstacles when it comes to getting the keys of their new apartment. Senior Hilary […]

New eatery prepares to come downtown
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New eatery prepares to come downtown

Visitors to downtown Siloam Springs will have another option for dining later this spring. The new restaurant will take the place of Emelia’s Kitchen, which closed on Jan. 29, at 100 E. University St. Opened over two years ago by George Ouyoumjian and his wife Sara Lusher, Emelia’s offered lunch, […]

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Organization promotes campus unity

John Brown University has long accepted students from across the globe. Only recently has JBU set up an organization to specifically address the needs of this widely-varied group. Faculty and students collaborated last semester to create MOSAIC, Multicultural Organization of Students Active in Christ. The group designed MOSAIC to fill […]

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It’s almost time for Veggie Tales

Bob the Tomato, Mr. Lunt, Mr. Nezzer and Archibald the Asparagus are visiting the JBU campus next week on Feb., 21. Well, the voice behind them will. Phil Vischer, creator of VeggieTales and founder of Big Idea Productions, Inc. will speak at chapel for Leadership week. John Brown University’s Leadership […]