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Stringing Together Intricate Works of Art

Inspired by complexity and possibility, John Wood spends hours pursuing his passion to create abstract string art with big aspirations for the future.

Photos by Stacy Rohan

John Wood carefully attaches a piece of thread to a nail anchor while working on one of his thread art designs, which he hopes to continue on even larger scales as he moves forward.

Several Vehicle Break-ins Reported in C Lot

Earlier in the semester eight vehicles were broken into in C Lot, but it appears the burglar has moved on to greener pastures after Public Safety stepped up their patrols of the lot.

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Several vehicle break-ins were reported throughout the month of January by commuting MBU students who park in C Lot, sparking concern across campus.

New Lacrosse Season, New Leadership

New head coach Lindsay Carlile comes to Missouri Baptist University from Westminster Christian Academy, bringing a successful coaching record with her, but more importantly, bringing Christian values to her new team.

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Coach Lindsay Carlile draws up a play on the whiteboard during a lacrosse game. Left to right are Terra Ringo, assistant coach, and players Melina Custer (17), Gracie Adams (2), Laura Ebers (21), Jessica Scalise (11), Ashley Avery (1) and Kimmi Mathews (8).

Security in a World Where Evil Does Not Discriminate

BLOG PART 3: On Oct. 1, 58 people were killed and 500 people were injured at a country music concert in Las Vegas. Then, just over a month later, Nov. 5, Devin Patrick Kelley opened fire on attendees at First Baptist Church in Sutherland Springs, Texas. For our MBU Timeline writers, a question to reflect on and blog about is: Are we ever safe anymore?

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Removing Statues Will do Nothing to Remove Memories

BLOG PART 4: In this fourth and final posting of our blog series, students in the Communications Department’s Basic Reporting and Writing for Journalism class were asked to evaluate recent commentary concerning the delicate and sometimes contentious balance between First Amendment rights and protecting our human sensitivities, particularly in relation to the recent and ongoing removal of Civil War Confederate statues across the nation.


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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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