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.
Photo by Haley Sandvoss
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?
What’s happening this week? Think hard. No, not a secret memo being released by the White House. No, not the Super Bowl. The XXIII Olympic Winter Games in Pyeongchang County, South Korea, begin Thursday, Feb. 8, with Opening Ceremonies scheduled for Friday. But how many of us will actually be tuning in? Do the Winter Olympics hold the same appeal for millennials and post-millennials as they did for prior generations? Communications students set out across MBU’s campus this week asking various relevant questions related to the upcoming Winter Olympic Games.
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A variety of vendors provided challenges, prizes, samples and information about numerous aspects of health and well-being at MBU’s annual Health and Wellness Fair this fall in the SRC.
Photos by Daniel Dilworth and Chris Hodges
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.
Photos by Jessica Danielle Moore