News

News

School costs raised $1300

Students will now have to pay $1,300 more to go to John Brown University. The Board of Trustees and the President’s Cabinet recently approved the tuition and fees for next traditional undergraduate school year. For the 2012-2013 school year tuition is going up $962. The University is increasing the fees […]

News

Two new colleges join University campus

John Brown University is no longer just a University, thanks to the addition of two new colleges last month. As of Jan. 1, the University implemented a few structural changes. The former divisions of Business and Education have been organized into individual colleges. It is unlikely that students, especially those […]

Summer study abroad trips see student lag
News

Summer study abroad trips see student lag

Some study abroad summer programs have seen a significant decrease in participation, which has been attributed to a sluggish economy. Though the numbers are low, Bill Stevenson, director of international admissions, is not concerned, but is instead optimistic about the future of the programs and their impact on students. Five […]

News

Students see worth of study by sharing with others

Students may sometimes see scientific research as boring. Some students, however, are doing work which could eventually provide a remedy for cancer. Six students traveled to Little Rock, Ark. for an opportunity to present research which they have worked on for at least a year. The Feb. 15 event was […]

News

Film challenges racial assumptions

Studies now show there is actually no genetic distinction between races. The documentary series “Race: The Power of an Illusion” explains that and more. It is being shown this month, sponsored by the Multicultural Organization of Students Active in Christ, and the communication and history departments. John Brown University students […]

Students shine in talent show
News

Students shine in talent show

As the events for family weekend were underway, expectations were high for the annual talent show, a favorite among family and students alike. The audience waited as the lights dimmed, and we were introduced to our Masters of Ceremony. Senior Drew Duffy and junior Andrew Layden were known for the […]

VeggieTales comes to campus
News

VeggieTales comes to campus

The campus got its daily serving of vegetables Tuesday when Phil Vischer, co-creator and voice actor of VeggieTales fame, spoke in chapel.

Vischer spoke on the importance of letting God be in control and letting go of our own dreams. He learned this firsthand after being kicked out of Bible school and seeing both the rise and the fall of his Big Idea Productions

News

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 […]

News

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 […]