Sunday night’s eclipse brightens the university’s sky. The eclipse lasted from 7:35 p.m. until sunset.
In August, students will return to a different campus than what they left in May. Ground Zero and DECCO Construction Company started preparing additional parking for faculty, staff and students next semester. Before finals, Ground Zero had already begun filling in the ravine between the Admissions Building and the Honors […]
Threefold Advocate won Arkansas Collegiate Newspaper of the Year on April 20, 2012, in addition to several other awards.
With the recent shootings at the Christian Oikos University in Oakland, Calif., the issue of safety has become even more critical for Christian schools. While nothing even approaching the magnitude of the Oakland tragedy has occurred at John Brown University, Campus Safety believes that they are prepared for such an […]
The John Brown University Cathedral Choir will close the year on a high note. In their last performance this spring, the Cathedral Choir will lend their voices to “Masterworks III,” the closing of a concert series at the Walton Arts Center in Fayetteville, Ark. They will join the Symphony of […]
Many people wonder about a certain sector of the American population. Do they wear their pajamas all day? Do they have a social life? Are they sheltered? Two John Brown University students are attempting to answer these questions and break the stereotypes associated with their distinctive upbringing. Liana Medina is […]
The John Brown University Board announced last week that by the fall of 2013, the existing Kresge Dining Hall will have a 17,000- square foot extension. The Great Hall will be able to seat an extra 500 people, and will be able to hold overflow of the daily cafeteria traffic. […]
This school year brought the largest class of incoming freshman in the history of John Brown University. Such growth brings about other changes, such as an increase in the number of students eligible for the University’s Honors Scholars Program. As a result, the focus of the program will be shifting […]
After the discussion of sexuality on campus moved beyond dorm rooms and into chapel weeks ago, students were left with more questions than answers. Questions regarding the University’s stance on homosexuality poured in as Chaplain Rod Reed and Nick Ogle spoke in a Q & A format during sexuality week […]
While most would shoo bees out of their backyard and pray they stay away, Billy Stevenson is welcoming them with open arms. The international office director set up his second hive this month, a mass of bees 3,000 and growing. And not just as a hobby – it’s the doctor’s […]