As an important and practical segment of Black History Month, the Association of Black Collegians invites MBU students to check out local black-owned businesses that will be gathered on the Quad to display their goods and services.
“Open for Business” is the message delivered by minority-owned businesses to the MBU community during the Black-Owned Business Expo, the first of its kind in the history of the university. Photo Courtesy of Pixabay
Spartan Tank, taking place this Wednesday, is a new event that gives entrepreneurial marketing students the opportunity to present their plans to a board of experienced entrepreneurs.
Photo courtesy of MBU School of Business
You would be hard-pressed to find a harder working group of students than the MBU Timeline Broadcast Team, who display their work in front of the student body every Thursday before Chapel, and last semester did the weekly broadcasts with only three members.
Photos by Holley Dinkins
MBU Timeline Broadcast team members, left to right, Rachel Fallon, Haley Sandvoss, Jordan Hall and instructor Alonzo Medcalf shoot a recent broadcast in the Production Studio. Each week the broadcast airs in Chapel and also gets posted on the student news website, MBU Timeline.
Emmy-winning professor Alonzo Medcalf is taking his many years of experience in the broadcast media world and bringing it into the classrooms of the Communications Department at Missouri Baptist University.
Photos by Savanna Cantrell
Professor Alonzo Medcalf reading his favorite Bible verse while enjoying the recent pleasant weather in the Quad, before this week’s snow flurries. Medcalf combines his love for Christ with his love for broadcast media as he brings his experience and skills to MBU.