Handel’s “Messiah” is being brought to life tonight in the Chapel by MBU’s Chorale and Choral Society. Dr. Alton Lacy, MBU’s retiring president, will be singing in the combined choir.
Photo by Matt Williams
Pictured above is the combined choir rehearsing for the “Messiah” performance with the live orchestra that will be accompanying them tonight in the Chapel.
In the world of fashion, modesty is too often losing its importance, but maybe it’s time to shine some light on a different take on style, with looks that show you off without showing everything off, proving modesty and style can coexist quite effectively.
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Covered from head to toe we see lovely women of all ages can dress stylishly and currently while also maintaining their modesty, proving that fashion can be attained while morals are maintained.
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.
Perhaps you have heard the legend. If you have studied Shakespeare you probably have. You know, the one about the curse that comes to any production of “Macbeth” if the word “Macbeth” is even so much as murmured out loud during rehearsal. All wonderful superstitions aside, MBU’s production will prove to be historic in its own right.
Photo by Haley Sandvoss
Students rehearse for the Shakespeare classic play, “Macbeth,” which is set to open Thursday, March 22, on the Chapel stage at Missouri Baptist University. Click here for ticket information.