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Around the World in 80 Minutes

Missouri Baptist University’s annual International Festival in the Mabee Great Hall offered students the opportunity to experience elements from cultures around the world and featured display tables, choirs and dancers to recognize the wonderful diversity in God’s creation.

Photo by Stacy Rohan

Students join in learning the moves to a traditional Indian dance, led by Dances of India. The annual International Festival took place in the Great Hall on Jan. 31, where students and staff enjoyed a cultural variety of food, information and entertainment.

Knowing The Messiah

Handel’s “Messiah” is being brought to life tonight in the Chapel by MBU’s Chorale and Choral Society. Dr. Alton Lacy, MBU’s retiring president, will be singing in the combined choir.

Photo by Matt Williams

Pictured above is the combined choir rehearsing for the “Messiah” performance with the live orchestra that will be accompanying them tonight in the Chapel. 

MBU Fall Choir Concert

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

Communications Department Cookout

The Missouri Baptist University Communications Department held a cookout for the students with majors and minors in communications on Sept. 15.

Communications Department members listen to Paula Bennett, associate professor of broadcast media, during a fall cookout.Photos by Demitri Earl

Communications Department members listen to Paula Bennett, associate professor of broadcast media, during a fall cookout.

15 Years Later We Still Remember

With the 15th anniversary of the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks, MBU Timeline staffers conducted spot interviews with several individuals on the Missouri Baptist University campus regarding where they were during the attack, what it was like growing up after and how they think the attack shaped the world today.

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Officials stand on the ruins of Ground Zero days after the attacks.

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@TrevorChaney Or even farther back when coaches would actually use water as some sort of reward. Glad those days are gone.

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