The feminist movement presents the fight for equality and dignity for women as God intended, but modern society’s twist on feminism has created problems of its own and distorted the mutual responsibilities between men and women that the Lord initially intended.
Photo and graphic by Stacy Rohan
The average coffee shop meets the average student’s needs, but Toasted Coffee House exceeds them. With its pleasant atmosphere and fairly inexpensive beverages, this one-of-a-kind coffee house is a necessary visit.
Photo by Stacy Rohan
Providing a cozy atmosphere and aesthetic decor, Toasted Coffee House in High Ridge, Missouri, is a necessary visit for students, families or anyone in need of a relaxing, productive afternoon. This one-of-a-kind coffee shop offers a variety of food and beverages, as well as an interactive corner of games, books and puzzles for people of all ages.
On-campus, Christ-centered organizations allow students the opportunity to connect and grow in their faith alongside their peers. MBU’s FCA huddle meets at 7 p.m. every Thursday in the North Hall lobby.
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Junior Meredith Linn, history major, and senior Ethan Metzler, physical education major, encourage students to attend FCA for food, fun and fellowship. Linn is a member of the women’s lacrosse team, and Metzler is a kicker for the football game.
With its uplifting message and quirky humor, “The Best Christmas Pageant Ever” tells the tale of a married couple and six delinquent children who must unite for the performance of the Sunday school Christmas play.
Student-director Rebekah Side leads the cast and crew of “The Best Christmas Ever” in rehearsal. The holiday performance opens Thursday at 7:30 p.m. with shows Friday and Saturday running 7:30-8:45 p.m., and Sunday is a matinée at 2 in the afternoon.