Election, Opinion

COLUMN: Moving forward as a country

Where do we go from here as a country? This heavy question sits on the minds of many Americans as they embrace the uncertainty of waiting for election results to be finalized. In Aug. 2020, the National Center for Biotechnology Information reported “an all-time high” in U.S. polarization with 90% […]

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Campus looks beyond the 2020 election

Through the years, John Brown University has abided by the motto “Christ Over All” and vows to educate its students’ “head, heart and hands.” When a pandemic arose, JBU adopted another saying, “Love God; love others; love JBU.” So, what will the university have to say to its students after […]

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Voters prioritize the impact of healthcare inequity during coronavirus pandemic

With the pandemic raging across the United States, voters have prioritized two issues when casting their ballot: COVID-19 and healthcare. “COVID has made us all healthcare voters,” David Mitchell, founder of the advocacy group Patients for Affordable Drugs, said in an interview with The Guardian. Over 220,000 individuals have died […]

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Presidential race comes down to the wire

With the final presidential debate under the nation’s belt, the weight of this election is being felt now more than ever throughout the country. The New York Times reported that “More than 59 million ballots have already been cast in the 2020 election, surpassing the previous early turnout record set […]

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International students share perspective on the election

As the 2020 election draws to a close, some of John Brown University’s international students have commented on their knowledge and thoughts of the electoral race. Three international students at JBU—Damaris Merino, junior international business major from El Salvador; Luis Galván, sophomore mechanical engineering major from Mexico; and Jens Keemers, […]