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SBU-Mountain View campus offers course in Revelation

The Southwest Baptist University-Mountain View campus is offering a unique learning opportunity, beginning in January 2017, with "A Study in Revelations."

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Flint receives SBU Library award

Southwest Baptist University student Leo Flint, of Bolivar, was honored by the SBU University Libraries as the Outstanding Student Assistant of the Month for November 2016.

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SBU Speaking Bearcats continue winning ways

The Southwest Baptist University Speaking Bearcats dominated the field, sweeping all three sweepstakes categories (debate, speech and combined) at the Cameron University tournament on Dec. 2-3, in Lawton, Okla.

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More than 200 students to graduate at SBU winter commencement ceremonies

Southwest Baptist University is set to graduate 214 students at two winter 2016 commencement ceremonies. The Bolivar campus will hold commencement at 7 p.m. Friday, Dec. 16, in the Jane and Ken Meyer Wellness and Sports Center.

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SBU honors the Bryants with Life Beautiful Awards

Robbie Bryant, MEP maintenance supervisor, and his wife, Dr. Julie Bryant, associate professor of education, received the Staff and Faculty Life Beautiful Awards during the annual employee Christmas banquet Dec. 6 at Southwest Baptist University.

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SBU honors employees for years of service

Southwest Baptist University honored employees with employment anniversary milestones, beginning with five years, during the annual employee Christmas banquet Dec. 6. The employees recognized have given a total of 470 years of service to SBU.

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SBU's Caddy shares story about hope in new book

"Keep Hope Alive," a children's book written and illustrated by Kurt Caddy, is a story of vision, courage, sacrifice and, of course - hope.

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SBU senior art majors to host exhibit

Southwest Baptist University senior art majors will be presenting their senior show exhibit titled "And I Thought" from Dec. 11-17 at Bolivar's Pop Up Shop (formerly the Tea Garden), 113 S. Main Ave., Bolivar.

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