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ResLife Up All Night Gallery

Residents participated in ResLife’s annual Up All Night on Oct. 22 in the Carl and Deloris Petty Sports and Recreation Complex by playing different sports, painting and coloring, as well as enjoying different snacks.

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Jake Gingerich launches a dodgeball at the other team during the dodgeball game at ResLife Up All Night.

MBU Women’s Lacrosse Team Gives a Helping Hand

The MBU women’s lacrosse team took time to give a helping hand with Spensa, Special Needs Soccer Association, at Soccer Park on the morning of Oct. 1. The lacrosse team paired up with buddies and helped the kids in learning soccer drills, play a soccer game, be there for them and just have fun.

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Corn Hole Tournament Does Not End in a Toss-Up

Students, faculty and MBU alumni participated in a corn hole tournament in the quad on Saturday, Oct. 25 of Homecoming weekend at Missouri Baptist University. MBU students Clayce Fletcher and Jake Gingrich won the tournament.

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Family members participate in the tournament too.

Tailgate Tradition Continues to Grow at MBU

Student Activities, along with the Athletics Department and Cheer Program, puts together a tailgate before each home football game. The tradition will continue this weekend for Homecoming. Tailgating begins at noon Saturday and the game begins at 2 p.m. These are pictures from the game on Sept. 17 against the University of Saint Francis.

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Photos by Christian Robinson

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