Lately we have seen firsthand what a fine line there is between individual freedoms and public protection, and we have often been reminded of this delicate balance between personal expression and civic order. At MBU, we’re not afraid to talk about this issue in the context of Christian grounding.
Graphic provided by the Association of Black Collegians
The Association of Black Collegians held one of many events in February to celebrate the historical culture of Black History Month.
Photo by Esther Gilliam
Eddie Calderon (left) and Keenan Savage (right) played the two main roles in the program. Calderon was the actor for Malcolm X while Savage was the iconic Martin Luther King Jr.
MBU students took on the new field with the inaugural game of Powderpuff football sponsored by the Association of Black Collegians.
The Association of Black Collegians held the first-ever Powderpuff Football game Thursday, Oct. 29, during Homecoming festivities. Girls who participated were juniors and seniors wishing to compete against the other class to see who was the best of the best.
The game took place on the new MBU Spartan football field, giving it some pre-game action before the team begins to use it full time. While the game was seniors vs. juniors, the juniors walked away with the title of winning the first Powderpuff Football game. ABC hopes to continue this event in years to come at MBU.