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Sarah Broyles

Sarah Broyles

Sarah Broyles is a staff journalist for MBU Timeline. Sarah is a public relations major. The St. Louis native currently works for her family business, Etiquette Saint Louis, and is a staff instructor for the National Cheerleaders Association. After graduating she plans to work in corporate public relations and continue to use words to make an impact in society.

Survivor’s Guilt: Misplaced Guilt Following Loss

— Part 8 of an 8-Part Series —

In the wake of traumatic events which result in loss, many survivors bear the weight, feeling as if they should have done more or suffered themselves. Recently, three suicides have made national news, as two were survivors of the Parkland High School shooting, and one a father of a Sandy Hook victim.

Social Media: Helpful or Hindrance

Social media is the standard in today’s society in both business and personal communication. The technology created with great intention may bring more disadvantages than advantages. As young adults, we need to lead the charge of awareness as we become contributing members of society.

Photo by Stacy Rohan

MBU Welcomes Missouri’s 57th Governor

Missouri Gov. Mike Parson has been leading a life of public service for over 30 years, letting his faith influence his leadership and guide his decisions.

Photos by Stacy Rohan

Gov. Mike Parson, left, is interviewed by Ross Munroe, middle, and Colin Baillie, right, during MBU’s fall 2018 Media Talk, hosted by the Missouri Baptist University Communications Department.

ls Busyness Different from Happiness?

Guided by our technology, our responsibilities seem to be endless. We rarely get the chance to put down our devices when we are on call every moment of the day. As college students, many of us take on multiple roles of student, athlete, family member and employee, while still being expected to give each role our entire effort and focus.

Copyright-free image edited by Sarah Broyles

Fall Media Talk 2018 Features Missouri Governor

Just when you thought Media Talk couldn’t possibly get any stronger, the Communications Department in the Fine Arts Division at Missouri Baptist University is featuring none other than Missouri Gov. Mike Parson, speaking at 11 a.m. Thursday, Nov. 8, in the Chapel.

Photo illustration by Molly Munoz — Photo courtesy of the Governor’s Office website

Gov. Mike Parson will be the featured speaker at Media Talk, discussing Christian communication and how his faith has informed his approach to taking over the state’s highest office.

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