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Communications Seniors Conquer Their Capstones

The seniors of the spring 2022 Senior Communications Seminar class work on capstone projects as a way to show off their personal portfolios and their communications skills they have learned during their enrollment at Missouri Baptist University.

Students in the Senior Communications Seminar class listen to Dr. Allin Means give final instructions as the seniors prepare to finish up their work on their capstone projects, which they presented during the final week of the class.       Photo by Jessica Kunkel

MBU Video Production Students Getting Real World Experience

Eight Missouri Baptist University video production students had the sole responsibility of directing, producing and editing six interviews with MBU faculty members to use as promotional videos for the fourth annual Faith and Research Conference held April 7-8, 2022, in the Pitch Room of the Learning Center. Click here to see the post where the interviews can be viewed.

Kaylee Ascher interviews Dr. Jason Jordan while Kamryn Bell works as a grip holding a reflector to create a shadow on the right side of Jordan’s face and Jazz Terrell works as the camera operator.        Photo by Dr. C. Allin Means

A Christmas Twister

Missouri Baptist University’s annual winter Fine Arts Concert, which takes place around Christmas time, was interrupted by tornado warnings, but after patrons patiently waited in safe areas while the storm passed, they returned to the Chapel for the remainder of the show.

Missouri Baptist University’s Chorale is accompanied by various instruments is conducted by student fellow, Jonah Scott, during the 2021 Christmas concert.     Photo courtesy of Missouri Baptist University

Spirit Wing Unites the Campus and Community through Musical Praise

Music ministry has been an important outreach tool at Missouri Baptist University for nearly four decades. As the different groups have come and gone, the longest lasting group is Spirit Wing, which strives to lead the campus and community in worship. The group began in the 1980s with an undergraduate student who is now the university’s president.

Members of Spirit Wing Blue Team lead MBU students in worship during Chapel. Pictured (left to right) are Myranda Kenshalo, Krew Taylor, Rachel Harrah, Katie Thomspon, Madison Vierling and Savannah Cox.     Photos by Emily Heflin

Video Storytelling Dives Deeper into the Value of Faith and Research

A team of Missouri Baptist University student videographers set out across campus to capture the stories of faculty members who are closely connected to the university’s annual Faith and Research Conference, delving into questions about the overall purpose of the conference, different styles of research presentations we can expect at the conference, and the overall importance of this year’s theme, “Mental Health and the Wholeness of Creation.”

Communications students conduct interviews of faculty members in preparation for this week’s Faith and Research Conference, which runs Thursday, April 7, and Friday, April 8, in the Pitch Room of the Learning Center and the Performance Hall. Click here to read the full story of the Faith and Research Conference, with the Schedule of Presenters. Pictured in the left-side photo (left to right) are: Kamryn Bell, Dr. Jason Jordan, Kaylee Ascher and Jazz Terrell. Pictured in the right-side photo (left to right) are: Dr. Amy Harrison, Jazz Terrell, Kamryn Bell and Kaylee Ascher. Also working on the video project were: Christian Backa, McKenzie Sheehy, Austin Richards, Demingo Loggins and Alex Brown.       Photos and graphic by Dr. C. Allin Means

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