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MBU Theatre’s “Dancing in the Light”

MBU Theatre’s second annual dance concert, “Dancing in the Light,” scheduled for Saturday and Sunday, April 9-10, will take you through the evolution of dance as each piece features a period in dance history, and is sure to take the audience on an emotional roller coaster.

As the performance dates quickly approach, the excitement in the performers grows as they put the final touches on their pieces.         Photos by Anna Jeschke

Students Make MBU Their Home Away from Home

MBU has attracted students from across the United States to its campus. From bonding with friends at “Up All Night” to cheering at volleyball games, MBU students have created a strong community, with friendships sure to last a lifetime.

Spartan Team Leaders provide the energy and love to welcome the incoming MBU students and build a lasting community on campus.      Photos by Anna Jeschke

The Voices that Strive to Bring Unity to the MBU Community

Missouri Baptist University’s Student Government Association works diligently every semester to promote unity in the community and bring the student body, staff and faculty together as one by having open conversations and listening to various opinions and points of view across campus. Voting for SGA members who will serve next year, during the 2022-23 academic year, continue throughout this week, with the winners being announced Friday, March 11.

The Missouri Baptist University Student Government Association members include, left to right: Aaliyaha Gladney (president), David Gregory, Vanessa Waidman, Jada Jones, Mikayla Ware, Riley Cantrell (vice president), Elyse Lewis, Becca Pfaff, Lindsay Mills and Austin Hinson. Together the SGA members work to hear from students and initiate action based on their input.      Photo by Jenny Sinamon

MBU Theatre Presents “Junie B. Jones, the Musical”

The Missouri Baptist University Theatre Department is performing their next musical about schoolchildren with schoolchildren in mind by partnering with local Confluence Academy and their three campuses, and hosting a book fair this week in the Art Gallery at MBU.

Sabrina Furman (center) stars as the title character in Missouri Baptist University’s performance of “Junie B. Jones, the Musical,” which runs this Thursday through Sunday in the Pillsbury Chapel.     Photos by Madison Coumerilh

MBU Theatre Presents “Seven Brides for Seven Brothers”

Fresh off of wrapping up “The Drowning Girls,” the Theatre Department at Missouri Baptist University began rehearsals on their next production, Lawrence Kasha and David Landay’s “Seven Brides for Seven Brothers,” which opens this Thursday.

Left to right, Maddie Cook, Evan Clawson, Sophie Karase, Michael Cox, Claire Baur, Nathanael Pezzo, Kaylin Penninger, Greg Carr II, Sabrina Furman, Bradley Bliven, Haley Clegg, Gavin Young, Jenny Duncan and Will Launsby perform in the musical, “Seven Brides for Seven Brothers,” in the Pillsbury Chapel, which runs this Thursday through Sunday.     Photos by Hamin Lee

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