Men’s Basketball Update

The JBU men have had some obstacles to overcome to break their five-game losing streak.

On February 11 at Texas Wesleyan, the Eagles fell 100-82 with Luke Moyer putting up a strong 26 points and Ricky Roberts assisting 7 rebounds.

On February 13, the men suffered another defeat on the road against Southwestern A.G. Senior, Griffin Brady, battled hard for his 13 points and 7 rebounds, but it wasn’t enough to put our Eagles over. At the end of the game, they fell 79-61.

The men play on Saturday at 3 p.m. against Bacone in the Bill George Arena.

Alumni Home Game

The JBU parents and alumni halftime reception will take place tomorrow from halftime at the women’s game through the end of halftime at the men’s game. The women’s game starts at 3pm while the men’s game starts at 5pm. The games will take place in the Bill George Arena and the reception will be held in the Hospitality Suite. Admission to the game is free with a postcard or printed invite. The reception is five dollars per person while children six and under will attend the reception for free.

Candlelight Service

The 73rd annual candlelight service will be held on Dec. 10, 11, and 12 in the Cathedral of the Ozarks. Come for a night of beautiful vocal pieces by the renowned JBU Cathedral Choir and JBU Women’s Chorus. The doors open at 6:30 p.m. and the event starts at 7 p.m.

Walker Wonderland

Walker Wonderland took place on Monday at 9:30 p.m. in Walker Hall.It is a JBU tradition that happens every year. During this event, each wing has a theme and people walk through it and vote for the best wing at the end of the event. The best wing gets a pizza party as a reward. This year, canned food items were collected for the Manna Center at the entrance.

The Next Big Thing

Auditions for The Next Big Thing took place yesterday at 4 p.m. in the cathedral.

Those who get accepted into the show will get the opportunity to showcase their musical talent in front of the JBU student body as well as experts from allover the country.

All the best to those who participated!

Photo courtesy of Kelly Escarcega


Medieval Fair

The medieval way of life has always been a point of interest to the general public.

Come and check out the Medieval Fair that is taking place on Nov. 23 at 2 p.m. in Simmons Great Hall.

You’ll be amazed by what you find out about the medieval ages.

Senior Voice Recitals

It’s a great couple of weeks for music with up coming student performances.

Music majors Kaitlyn Russell and Alec Warn will be performing their senior voice recitals on Sunday, Nov. 22 at 3 p.m.

AJ Zaldivar’s senior presentation will be on Dec. 1 at 7:30 p.m.

All these performances will take place in the Berry Performing Arts Center.