Sebastian Munoz became the Missouri Baptist University coffee shop manager by more than simply applying for a job. The journey Munoz embarked on includes marriage, immigration and a college degree.
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Sebastian Munoz meets with an employee inside thePerk coffee shop on the Missouri Baptist University campus, where he works as manager of the popular student gathering spot.
As there is more going on during the news than the audience sees, there is also more to the teachers at Missouri Baptist University than we might acknowledge. Getting to know Paula Bennett about her time in the news industry, academia and her farewell to MBU.
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Paula Bennett, associate professor of broadcast media and communications, can often be found in the Broadcast Studio on the first floor of the Fine Arts Center.
Earlier in the semester eight vehicles were broken into in C Lot, but it appears the burglar has moved on to greener pastures after Public Safety stepped up their patrols of the lot.
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Several vehicle break-ins were reported throughout the month of January by commuting MBU students who park in C Lot, sparking concern across campus.
The organization, which sprouted last semester, plans on branching out and spreading its roots throughout the university community and beyond.
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Tanya Drochner, vice president of MBU in Nature, a club organized to promote ecological sustainability, both locally and globally, loads a compost bin.
Just days after coming home from the Grammy Awards in New York, Dr. Ladd Faszold, professor of music in the Fine Arts Division, sat down in his office with the sound of piano playing in the hallway to discuss where life has taken him.
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Dr. Ladd Faszold has been at MBU for more than three decades, but did you know he’s performed on stage at Carnegie Hall six times? Or that he’s been to the Grammys as a voting member of the academy? Or that he’s flown into the Grand Canyon? Or that he collects stamps?