The R&B singer’s latest release is a true work of art with jazz, hip-hop, R&B and Latin influences forming a unique platform to pour her heart out about the struggles and challenges many people experience but won’t dare speak of.
Sabrina Claudio performs live at The Roxy theatre in West Hollywood, Los Angeles, California, on Monday, Aug. 27, 2018. Photo by Justin Higuchi
Since I have become an adult and began immersing myself in politics, I have heard many comments from people who do not have opinions or simply choose not to vote because of their lack of knowledge in political candidates and topics. Thankfully due to our technologically advanced world, we are able to watch televised debates to better shape our opinions, educate Americans to prepare for elections and proudly cease excuses of political ignorance.
Presidential debates are a storied and revered event during any campaign season, and whether we are in the middle of a pandemic or not, candidates should never avoid them, and we should never avoid watching them. Photo by C. Allin Means
There’s so much more to coaching a football team than fitness, games and practices. Elbert Kern is a God-fearing man who not only coaches his team on the field, but coaches them through the challenges of life.
Photo courtesy of Elbert Kern
Elbert Kern (center), in his sixth year as assistant MBU football coach, stands with his sons, Zach Kern (left), sophomore sports management major, and Malik Kern (right), junior sports management major, who both play football at MBU.
From Missouri Baptist University alum, to employee, to young bride and foster parent, Emily Blackford continues to make her mark on MBU through her passion for students and her new position.
Photo provided courtesy of Emily Blackford
An MBU science professor is taking the lead on an exciting initiative to document as many plant and animal species in urban areas worldwide in just four days, and whether or not you are a science buff, you can get involved.
Dr. Shayani Pieris, assistant professor of plant sciences at Missouri Baptist University, is leading a university-wide initiative to capture plant and animal species on our cell phones, and it’s part of a citywide, nationwide and worldwide initiative.