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Chapel addresses submitted sexual questions

Chaplain Rod Reed and assistant professor of family studies Nick Ogle reclined in lounge chairs on the cathedral stage, coffee in hand, for a less structured approach to a difficult chapel topic: sexuality. Instead of a normal chapel session, students were encouraged to anonymously text in their questions on sexuality […]

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Seeking without finding: the church dilemma

Siloam Springs has a church on practically every corner for students to explore and settle into during their four years at John Brown University. But what happens when that does not work out? What about students who never find a church they are comfortable with? Is that a valid option? […]

Tech crew invests time in preparation
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Tech crew invests time in preparation

As the second annual The Next Big Thing approaches, students and staff alike are working hard to set everything in place to make this year’s event bigger and better than last year. Matthias Roberts, director of Bringing Live Unedited Entertainment, began putting this event together last May by starting the […]

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Gun rights finally come for Irishman

Bill Stevenson loves the smell of gunpowder, the cold steel of a handgun and the satisfying pop the bullets make as they whiz towards the paper target. He got a taste of all three last Thursday when he took his 1911 and Walther PPK pistols to the Ozark Sportsman range […]

Musical student honored
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Musical student honored

Senior Rebecca Rollene has many reasons to sing. She was recently selected as one of five finalists for the Fifth Trinity Presents Performance Series’ Collegiate Performance Showcase. Trinity United Methodist Church will be hosting the event on April 1 in Little Rock, Ark. Admission is free. This showcase is the […]

Big Apple group brings big voices
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Big Apple group brings big voices

It is a simple setting. Four men wearing matching suits and ties stand together. Nothing is evidently special about them until they begin to sing. As the four voices blend together, resembling finely tuned instruments, the onlookers realized that this is no ordinary group of men. These are the members […]

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Fair trade vs. free trade showdown

Scholars will duke it out next week on the pros and cons for the poor of free trade or fair trade. American Enterprise Institute, one of the world’s leading think tanks, is sponsoring the event, which will feature a Washington-based AEI economist, CEO of Ten Thousand Villages Paul Myers and […]

Glass illuminates stories of school’s past
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Glass illuminates stories of school’s past

Maybe it’s a story of a drummer boy. Or maybe it’s the evolution of Siloam Springs. Or, maybe it’s a depiction of an alien invasion—there are pictures of cornfields, a strange antennae and a series of obscure acronyms after all. Whatever the story is behind the Cathedral’s stained glass windows, […]

New building promotes student camaraderie
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New building promotes student camaraderie

Students’ chatter filled the engineering computer lab downstairs in the Balzer Technology Center as they gathered to work on homework together. “Where an English [major] can write a paper anywhere on campus, we can only do stuff here,” said senior engineering major Joseph Kmetz, explaining why students frequent the lab […]