Elizabeth Harris is photo editor and journalist for MBU Timeline. Harris is majoring in Communications with minors in Broadcast Media and Public Relations. Born and raised in Orange County, Virginia, Harris moved to St. Louis in the fall of 2013 to attend MBU. Harris enjoys spending her free time reading, doing yoga or anything outdoors.
With summer just around the corner, you might find yourself longing for the open road and a warm breeze flowing through your windows before starting that first out-of-college full-time job. Whether it’s solo trips or trips with friends, long drives can be exhausting. These tips might make your next trip more bearable and even more exciting.
The hilarious battle, hosted by Circle K International, took place Thursday, March 30, in the SRC. The event featured lip sync acts by several individuals and groups, some even included choreographed dances. Candy, decorations and Raising Cane’s Chicken were there for attendees to enjoy. Even though the event was a great time, it wasn’t all about fun. Proceeds from the annual event went to support African Vision of Hope’s House of Hope, an organization that helps build dormitories and funds young women for school in Zambia, Africa.
Senior adults filled the seats to see MBU Theatre’s production of “Peter Pan,” with lunch following in the Mabee Great Hall. Guests were greeted by the cast as they enjoyed their lunch and each other’s company.
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