Articles by Anna Artkowsky

Novice debater wins first place in first competition of the year

Besides working on the launch of new products related to the new iPhone 7 and Air-Pods, Apple Inc.has been working to build an electric car. The corporation has even been in discussions with a few automotive companies about investment opportunities. Rumors of Apple’s automobile effort began in 2015, but they are now making some steps…

Biology professor of 28 years receives distinguished faculty award

  This year’s Distinguished Faculty Award has been given to associate Biology professor, Jeffrey Johansen.   This award is the highest honor a faculty member can receive and it recognizes teaching excellence, service and leadership of students. The member is selected by the University Community and is presented annually to a full-time faculty member.  …

JCU knitting group “fiber bombs” trees on campus

  Walking around outside of campus as of late, students may have noticed an added touch, making campus a little more colorful.   This act is known as “fiber bombing,” which is creating quilts and covering an area with them, spreading them around to surprise people and brighten their day. Administrative assistant in the psychological…

New student organization spreads the love

John Carroll University student organizations are growing. A new student organization that has recently made its announcement publicly this semester is “The Kindness Club.”   “In high school I was voted ‘most likely to brighten someone’s day,’ so when I came to John Carroll University, I knew I wanted to continue spreading kindness to everyone,”…

Seven immersion trips to take place during the 2015-16 school year

    There are three immersion trips taking place over spring break in March, and four after commencement in May. More opportunities for immersion trips will then begin in January  2017, including a new trip to the U.S. Mexican border.   Any undergraduate student can apply for an immersion trip. “We always want a mix of…