The radio, as we know it today, has been around since the early 1900s. While radio has changed, freshman Colton Albers finds himself shaking hands, promoting concerts and hanging with Christian music’s largest celebrities, all because of the 1895 invention.
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Missouri Baptist University faculty members and students gathered on the Quad recently to watch MBU Theatre’s first-ever outdoor play, “The Caucasian Chalk Circle,” which depicts the story of the Judgment of King Solomon, who was charged with determining the real mother of an abandoned baby.
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MBU Theatre performed Tony award-winning, “Peter Pan,” for over 2,000 people March 23-26 in the Chapel. After a remarkable success, the cast now refocuses and plans for the next performance.
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Emily Rice, playing Peter Pan, flies off stage with visual effects new to the MBU Theatre Crew.
After huge commercial success with his first album four years ago, the sophomore effort from Avicii has gone Gold in Austria. Now, what will it do in the rest of the world?
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