Chelsie Bartley is the Creative Editor and a staff journalist for MBU Timeline. She majors in journalism. Chelsie is a student worker for the Office of Alumni Relations and is a Community Leader on campus. After graduation, she hopes to pursue a career in a non-profit doing events, marketing and design work. Apart from writing, she enjoys eating new foods, exploring St. Louis and being outdoors.
One of the biggest issues in our culture today is the use of Photoshop and the effect it has on young women.
After a wildly successful weekend in the box office, I can confidently say, I haven’t been this annoyed by a movie since Nicholas Cage made “Left Behind.” Here are four reasons why we should all stop making such a fuss.
Graphic by: Jerason Gines
On Feb. 21, MBU’s drama group In Charactre will be holding auditions to fill six spots for the 2015-16 school year.
Some say caffeine is bad for you, but as a college kid plunging full speed into finals, I keep caffeine very close. So which one, coffee or tea, will offer the best mix of health and happiness?
Finals are overwhelming and sometimes it’s hard to keep everything organized. This list of practical tips can help you pass your finals with flying colors.