Technological advances have changed the way people communicate and made the world a much smaller place, but the convenience of these advances may be making face-to-face communication a lost skill.
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Whether making a call, sending a Snapchat, indulging in social media or getting a ride from Uber, the convenience of reaching for a cell phone has replaced hours of time with the tap of an app.
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.
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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.
Sarah Dickey maintains two of the most important roles in the Fine Arts Division at Missouri Baptist University, administrative assistant and assistant theatre director.
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Sarah Dickey has anchored her corner of the main office in the Fine Arts Division for more than a decade, so any question about, well, just about anything, she is more than capable of answering.
“I feel like that’s specifically what God’s put on my heart, to write for the broken.”
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Maddi Sullivan sits on her dorm room bed in the MBU Apartments recently, honestly and openly sharing her difficult story of tragedy, challenges and, ultimately, triumph through Jesus Christ.