This story was originally published in the spring edition of The Master’s University Magazine.
Sophomore Erin McNutt sang the role of Liesl in the duet “Sixteen Going on Seventeen” in a scene that TMU Opera performed from “The Sound of Music” during the program’s “Night on Broadway” concert. Sophomore Ian Pence performed the role of Rolf.
Three student conductors — Sebastian Salazar Perez, center, Katelyn Williams, and Sarah Frias — conducted works at TMU’s Spring Chamber Music Concert, which also included Mozart’s flute and harp concerto in C major performed by Lauren Hoffman and Emily Fowler.
In March, H.B. Charles Jr. spoke in chapel from Ephesians 3:20-21 on “The God Who Answers Prayer.” Charles is the pastor-teacher at the Shiloh Metropolitan Baptist Church of Jacksonville and Orange Park, Florida. He was also a keynote speaker at Shepherds Conference 2023.
Dr. Michael Button, chair of TMU’s mathematics department, delves into boolean matrices during his Discrete Math course this semester.
Junior Josiah Patton operates a camera during the filming of “FIN,” a suspense film set in the five-month period in Revelation 9:1-11. Patton and other TMU students helped capture the project over winter session. The goal is to finish what will be the second full-length feature film for TMU’s Cinema & Digital Arts program by the end of June.
Freshman Rebekah Niednagel sorts through donations at “Run the Beast and Feed the Hungry,” a food drive hosted by The Master’s University cross country and track and field teams and Children’s Hunger Fund (CHF). All donations went to CHF, a Christian non-profit that packages boxes of non-perishable food to deliver to children in need.
In February, The Master’s University Chorale held its annual on-campus concert under the leadership of Dr. Paul Plew. At the end of the event, more than 35 alumni joined in the Chorale’s benediction piece, “You Are the Light.” In May, The Chorale is scheduled to tour in Israel and Italy for three weeks.
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