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Residence Life gains representation in SGA

John Brown University campus will now be represented by a dedicated voting member at Student Government Association meetings, as a result of a new plan for the Residence Hall Association and SGA to collaborate. Kelsey Daugherty, senior and SGA president, said the group saw a need for dorm representation over […]

Old books, new atmosphere
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Old books, new atmosphere

Visitors to Broadway Street in Siloam Springs may or may not notice the most recent changes – and that is part of the plan. Café on Broadway opened a new dining area next door to its original location Tuesday, in the store previously called Books on Broadway. The extra space […]

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Students wrestle with God, life at campus retreat

Nearly 215 students from John Brown University boarded buses Friday evening for Breakaway. For the second year, New Life Ranch of Colcord, Okla. hosted the annnual school retreat. Once students arrived, they flooded to the cabins, where they would spend Friday night in bunk beds. The Breakaway planning team invited […]

Soderquist Center ropes course gets facelift
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Soderquist Center ropes course gets facelift

The Soderquist Center is rebuilding a portion of BaseCamp, the ropes course just on the edge of campus. BaseCamp has at least 12 initiatives, or courses, six of which are used regularly. This year, Mohawk Walk, a low ropes course, is getting a facelift. Several of the trees were dead, […]

Men and women groups discuss aspects of sexuality
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Men and women groups discuss aspects of sexuality

This week, John Brown University is focusing on sexuality and how that should look. Men and women gathered in separate groups Tuesday night to look at gender-specific topics. A panel of faculty and staff will present a panel on “Sexuality through Life’s Stages” in the J.Alvin Atrium at 7 p.m. […]

Challenging the ‘overrated’ generation
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Challenging the ‘overrated’ generation

Eugene Cho is a dedicated pastor, devoted father and husband and a lover of the Lord. Cho spoke at John Brown University’s chapel on Thursday based on Matthew 6:19-24, “You cannot serve both God and Money.” Although he recognized the people listening “did not have much money to think about,” […]

Speaker raises awareness about human trafficking
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Speaker raises awareness about human trafficking

People piled into a room in the Soderquist Business Center Thursday to listen to guest speaker Jeffrey Brauch lecture about the issue of human trafficking. Students, professors and community members listened eagerly, some even standing in the back. Frank Niles, associate professor of political science, introduced Brauch and said people […]

Voting registration deadline draws near
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Voting registration deadline draws near

As the Nov. 6 elections rapidly approach, Americans face a choice. Before they mark a ballot, picking one candidate over another, they face the question of whether they will vote at all. College students often answer no, said Frank Niles, associate professor of political science. Statistics show that college students […]

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Ultimate food fight: Who will win the bid for campus food provider?

John Brown University is opening the search for a new food service provider. The University’s search committee sent out a request to companies to begin negotiations. Aramark’s three-year renewal contract with the University ended last year. The company will continue services over the next two semesters until the committee decides […]

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SIFE fellow joins national committee

This fall, John Brown University has a seat as the national SIFE table. Clayton Anderson, Sam Walton Fellow for John Brown University’s SIFE team, was named to the SIFE USA Faculty Advisory Committee. The 15-member committee consists of Sam Walton Fellows from Students In Free Enterprise programs across the country […]