Although Arcane and She-Hulk differ in style and tone, they both aim to portray their respective female leads as strong characters worthy of audiences’ attention spans. However, Arcane accomplishes this task while She-Hulk fails, and the defining reason is found within the portrayal of their main characters.
She-Hulk (left) and Vi (right) are two strong female characters who are elevated in different ways within their respective shows. “Arcane” is on Netflix, while “She-Hulk” airs on Disney Plus. Photos courtesy of Marvel Studios and Riot Games
This year Missouri Baptist University’s International Education Week took place Nov. 14-18. There are currently 45+ countries represented in the MBU community. This includes traditional F-1 student visa holders (international students) and people born outside of the U.S. who have other visa types or now have permanent residency or citizenship. The purpose of the week was to showcase the wide range of diversity to which MBU caters. With opportunities to try different international foods, play unique sports from other countries and partake in international festivities, International Education Week is a great way for the MBU community to learn new aspects about food, culture and traditions from all around the world. Many MBU students, staff and faculty showed up each day and engaged in the events hosted by the Office of International Experiences, showing their appreciation for the different countries represented at Missouri Baptist University.
With the International Festival being the staple of International Education Week, there is always an assortment of booths to partake in. One table in particular had Korean calligraphy. Junior Jacob Simmons watches Dr. John Han translate his name into Korean during the International Festival. All photos by Jessica Kunkel
Restaurants nowadays are not merely about food anymore. The atmosphere and the experience are today’s keys to attracting customers in the very competitive business of gastronomy. St. Louis offers various locations and diners that provide a good combination of cuisine and ambience, but there is no place quite like Three Sixty St. Louis.
The view of Downtown St. Louis from Three Sixty St. Louis, sitting nearly 400 feet above the ground atop the Hilton St. Louis at the Ballpark hotel. The restaurant, established in July 2011, features over 6,000 square feet of indoor and outdoor dining spaces. As the weather begins warming up and Opening Day for the Cardinals is less than two weeks away, you should definitely have this on your list for elevated dining, game watching and people watching. Photo by Patrick Szymczak