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Plans for Thanksgiving

MBU students talk about their plans for Thanksgiving. (In order from start) Tim Koppel will be watching football, Emily Morton will be going to see family and Jim DuBois will be eating turkey. Erick Ocampo’s plans are pending soccer outcomes, and Chris Buzzell will be eating a meal with his basketball team.

Free Pappy’s Smokehouse Ribs For Homecoming

Pappy’s Smokehouse BBQ ribs were handed out to the students and staff of Missouri Baptist University on Wednesday, Nov. 4, during Homecoming week.

Wednesday, Nov. 4, MBU homecoming week

Students, faculty and staff members enjoyed several free food give-aways during Homecoming week festivities recently.

Spartan Preview Day Oct. 10

Spartan Preview Day is a time that all prospective students can come to Missouri Baptist University’s campus where they can meet the professors, coaches and current students and learn about the various majors and organizations the school has to offer.

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Perfect Practice Makes Perfect

Golf is a sport that you can practice for hours and hours and not seem to get any better, but practicing the right way can make a world of difference.

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