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Crooners prepare for musical battle
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Crooners prepare for musical battle

Eight students will face the music as they battle to become the recording industry’s next big thing.

Last year, aspiring musician Kacie Williams stood center stage at the Cathedral with nothing but her guitar during the first year of The Next Big Thing.

On March 10, eight students will stand in the same place crossing their fingers hopeful of the same fate as Williams.

Skating down the new park
Lifestyles

Skating down the new park

As I grew up, skateboarding was one of the most positive things in my life. It helped me bond with my older brother. I learned how to work hard and set goals to progress in my boarding skills. I put down the video games, got active and made memories. Seeing […]

Oodles of ramen noodles
Lifestyles

Oodles of ramen noodles

At 22 cents a serving, it’s hard to beat the cheap practicality of ramen noodles. Chicken, beef, shrimp, oriental and even cheese flavored packages line an aisle at the local Walmart. They’re everywhere. But the soup can get monotonous if it’s eaten very frequently—which it definitely is if you are […]

Carving memories around masterpieces
Lifestyles

Carving memories around masterpieces

James Smith is reminded that God is the ultimate Creator every time he walks into his garage. “Not only is there a physical satisfaction when you see what you have made, but also spiritual one,” he said. It all started when the 2009 alumnus decided to look for a job […]

Sports

Colts continue erratic choices

Almost 30 years ago the Baltimore Colts, one of the NFL’s premier franchises, skirted the law and abandoned their hometown. Wanting a new stadium and coveting the newly built Hoosier Dome in Indianapolis, the franchise left in the night in a fleet of Mayflower moving trucks carrying all the team’s […]

Opinion

Unfair system denies dream

Dear American friends: I am the carrier of a disease so dangerous that threatens to bring down your entire nation. You should avoid me at the school cafeteria and the hallways. Run. How could I enter your country in the first place? I have started to wonder that myself. But […]

Opinion

Identity comes from within

Why do you do the things you do? Media and society today are very good at telling us what is “cool.” What you should buy or what you should wear to stay up to date. Many people nowadays will go out and get that haircut or pierce that place on […]

Opinion

The perks of being an MK

Have you ever considered the great advantage you have as an MK? You have a very unique legacy. Those “You know you’re an MK when…” lists are fabulous indicators of this. You see, we MKs have been just about everywhere and seen just about everything. This is a gross exaggeration, […]

Opinion

XOXO Gossip fail: Mean-spirited messages should not be encouraged

Gossip is easy, addicting, and—we have to admit—a lot of fun. And just because we are enrolled in a Christian university doesn’t mean we are exempt from it. JBU is home to its very own Gossip Girl. The tacky Twitter account goes so far as to point fingers and call […]

Opinion

Expensive knowledge: Antioch College and the cost of education

College bills – it’s something we all know is a big problem. In order to be successful in life, people have to go deeply into debt to get a slip of paper that “proves” they know what someone else thinks is important. But should the process really be as expensive […]