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The Association of Black Collegians at Missouri Baptist University hosted a panel discussion Thursday, Sept. 29, that included MBU students, faculty and staff. The panel focused their discussion around the question: What must we as individuals sacrifice to facilitate public order?
Lately we have seen firsthand what a fine line there is between individual freedoms and public protection, and we have often been reminded of this delicate balance between personal expression and civic order. At MBU, we’re not afraid to talk about this issue in the context of Christian grounding.
The Association of Black Collegians held one of many events in February to celebrate the historical culture of Black History Month.
Photo by Esther Gilliam
Eddie Calderon (left) and Keenan Savage (right) played the two main roles in the program. Calderon was the actor for Malcolm X while Savage was the iconic Martin Luther King Jr.
As the new year begins at Missouri Baptist University, a new organization looks to provide support on campus. Senior Rae Guice initiated the Association of Black Collegians at MBU to create a positive environment on campus for all students.
Photo by James King
Professor Brenda Bradford (left), Business Division chair, and Rae Guice, a senior at Missouri Baptist University who founded the Association of Black Collegians, speak to local dancers during a recent performance at the Chapel.