Tag: Sorrell

Lifestyles, Local

Girls’ Night Out embraces women, promotes small businesses

Sidewalks and businesses throughout downtown Siloam Springs overflowed with women participating in Main Street Siloam’s quarterly event known as Girls’ Night Out. On March 8, businesses such as Café on Broadway, Bathetopia and Cari’s Closet had deals and treats for the record-breaking crowd enjoying the event. Kelsey Howard, director of […]


FBI investigates NCAA basketball

Yahoo Sports published a report citing colleges that have allegedly used bribery to recruit players.  Earlier this year, Louisville’s head basketball coach was fired for similar reasons. The FBI’s investigation into colleges in the NCAA lead Louisville to fire their coach, Rick Pitino, and several other teams to evaluate their […]


The Christian call to address body positivity

Magazine displays and Instagram timelines constantly feed us with smiling men and women portraying idealized American bodies. Today, social media images engulf people of all ages. What he or she reads, sees and hears affects the “ideal” body image.  With media regulating who and what people see, occasionally audiences view […]


CTE found in athletes with severe brain trauma

A former athlete struggles to remember why he’s on a plane, and it is not because of natural aging. Tony Dorsett once played for the Dallas Cowboys, but now he is showing signs of a brain disease that is affecting professional athletes all over the country. Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy (CTE) […]


Dodgeball promotes dynamic friendships

Teams comprised of John Brown University students left their books in their dorms to play dodgeball on last month. The beginning of the 2017 JBU intramural season brought teams to the Walton Lifetime Health Complex. Seven teams competed in dodgeball in the first intramural sport on campus. These teams competed […]