Missouri Baptist University students traveled to Casa Loma Ballroom on Halloween to try out their swing dancing skills and show off their costumes.
Photo by Kara Sasiela — Illustration by Chelsie Bartley
A group of Missouri Baptist University students went to Casa Loma on Oct. 30 to celebrate Halloween. Students dressed up and a costume contest was held, in which a guy dressed as Obi Wan Kenobi, a character from Star Wars, won. MBU students enjoyed swing dancing through the night.
Thinking through a Christian perspective makes it easy to choose life in situations that seem a little more gray.
Photo by Madisyn Yeast and Illustration by Kara Sasiela
How did Halloween begin and how do students feel about the ritual these days? This two-part story delves into the origins of All Hallow’s Eve, and then inquires about whether this is a dark holiday or fun tradition.
Photo illustration by Kara Sasiela
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.