Missouri Baptist University beckons students of various backgrounds to engage in a well-rounded liberal arts education enhanced by a tight-knit community. Spartan Spotlight features incredible talent and stories that MBU offers.
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Join Missouri Baptist University students, faculty and staff as they support this year’s third annual Research Symposium, which has grown a remarkable 61 percent in participation since last year.
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Helping MBU celebrate Black History Month, Kuumba performed for students, faculty and staff as sounds of bongo drums and African Dance filled the Mabee Great Hall. Kuumba is a group that offers visions of traditional African Culture through their performances.
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Hoping to revamp the event, Aaron Chastain added new elements this year, including couches to be raffled off, a new stage set up for performing acts, and also included traditional favorites like hot coffee and snacks.
The 19th annual Perk Event Nov. 6, 2015, included a variety of acts that kept the evening entertaining and fresh.
The Perk featured spoken word, acoustic music, a gospel choir and concluded with singer/songwriter Jimmy Needham.
The event gave students and alumni the chance to hear great music and mingle.