MBU Theatre presents “Little Shop of Horrors,” the dark yet comedic story of a carnivorous, talking plant that promises fame and fortune to its unlucky victims in exchange for blood. The show opens this weekend in the Chapel.
Photos by Tyler Gruen
MBU Theatre students clown around with one of the puppets that will be used in this weekend’s play, “Little Shop of Horrors,” having a little fun with the Spartan statue during rehearsals.
The MBU Fine Arts Division offered a free choir concert featuring Chorale, MBU’s full choir and Chamber Singers, MBU’s select singing ensemble, on Friday, Oct. 6, in the Chapel of the Dale Williams Fine Arts Center.
Photos by Daniel Dilworth
The transition from Thanksgiving to Christmas is a much-debated topic in the U.S. today. In this article, Jill Burroughs discusses the lead up to Christmas with various MBU students. Her feature story is paired with Matt Williams’ opinion piece discussing when Christmas music is appropriate on the radio.
Graphic by Joshua Daugette
Missouri Baptist University might be a small campus, but do not worry students will still find areas that are tucked away where they can have down time after going from class to class. Or places to hang with friends and areas to study inside and outside on campus at MBU.
Photos by Ashley Van Camp
Senior Josh Gentry, Christian ministry major, likes to do homework outside of the Perk along with sophomore Emmalie Keating.
“The Secret Garden,” a musical based on the book by Frances Hodgson Burnett, will be performed in Pillsbury Chapel from Oct. 6-9.
Photo by Christian Robinson