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SBU raises awareness of homelessness

The rain did not keep students away from hearing a convicting message at Southwest Baptist University’s…

Tornado outbreak kills dozens and leaves devastation throughout the Midwest

Scores of tornadoes tore across multiple states earlier this week killing dozens and injuring many others. …

Landen Hall holds Tournament of Champions

Landen Hall held its fourth annual Tournament of Champions last week. The tournament pitted hall against…

SBU’s Infuse Radio tours local KTTS

SBU’s Infuse Radio tours local KTTS Infuse traveled to Springfield for a tour of the radio station on Tuesday April 22. Upon their arrival the group was greeted by Valorie Knight, Operations Manager and KRVI Program Director. According to Knight, there are…

A scholarly review of Aronofsky’s “Noah”

A scholarly review of Aronofsky’s “Noah” The spring movie season is seeing a glut in religious-themed films, but unlike “Son of God” or “God’s Not Dead,” Darren Aronofsky and Ari Handel’s “Noah” was not made by evangelical Christians, nor has it garnered…

Captain America wins again in ‘Winter Soldier’

Captain America wins again in ‘Winter Soldier’ “I’m 95, not dead.” Last time we met Captain America he, along with the rest of the Avengers, had just saved New York City and was riding off on his motorcycle. The first Captain America movie…

Softball splits double header

Softball splits double header The Southwest Baptist University softball team ended their 2014 season with a split against Rogers State on Tuesday afternoon. The Bearcats picked up a 2-0 game two victory after falling 3-1 in the opening game. In…

Graduate receives accounting award

Graduate receives accounting award Caleb Harris ‘13 of Jackson, Mo., has been named a recipient of the 2013 Elijah Watt Sells Award, given by the American Institute of CPAs (AICPA). The institute gives the awards to candidates who have obtained…

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