Crusader Knights 2018
Feb08

Crusader Knights 2018

James Jones, Chase Marriott, Vincent Sigler and Patrick McElyea Patrick McElyea and James Jones. Photo by Riley Rogers Photo by Madeline Oden Photo by Riley Rogers Christian MCconnell left, and at right – Matthew Sueoka. 2018 photos by Riley...

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“Full Circle” art exhibit features work of Dr. Wynona Alexander
Jan26

“Full Circle” art exhibit features work of Dr. Wynona Alexander

The University of Mary Hardin-Baylor Art Department is featuring a gallery of works by artist and professor Dr. Wynona Alexander, an influential artist from Central Texas. Alexander was a member of the UMHB art faculty from 1968-1969, prior to chairing the Central Texas Fine Arts College from 1969 until her retirement in 2010. She is currently serving as an adjunct professor at Central Texas College. Alexander’s exhibit, “Full Circle: Wynona Alexander, A Retrospective,” features 44 unique pieces of jewelry and assemblages. The pieces of art span over 30 years, with the oldest work of art created in 1984. The most recent piece was created just last year. Even though the art spans a great time length, there is a distinct continuity between her oldest and most recent art. Many of her pieces are created with antique items that have been repurposed to create new forms of art. Alexander’s techniques give old items a new life as something beautiful and out of the ordinary. Her jewelry pieces pack a lot of beauty into a small form with the assemblages that take items that would normally never be considered as complimentary pieces. She incorporates different items, such as pieces of a doll and a ruler to create a piece of artwork. Alexander’s display can be seen Monday through Friday from 9am to 4pm in the gallery at the Baugh Center for the Visual Arts (room 106). Her display has been open since January 8 and will remain open until February 9, 2018. For those who have enjoyed Alexander’s gallery, there will be another exhibit in Baugh Center for the Visual Arts from February 19, 2018 until March 16, 2018. This will be a traveling exhibit called “Through the Iris,” involving the work of 25 female artists. The show, “Through the Iris,” features many different types of art in several...

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UMHB Cheer Photo Gallery
Jan24

UMHB Cheer Photo Gallery

Sydney Enos at the cheer showcase with her team before the Universal Cheerleaders Association National Competition in Orlando, Florida on January 12-18. Photo by Madeline Oden The 2017-18 Cheer team. Photo by Madeline Oden. Sydney Enos with her teammates before the National Competition in Orlando, Florida. Photos by Madeline Oden. 2018 photos by Madi Oden 2018 photos by Madi Oden 2018 photos by Madi Oden 2018 photos by Madi Oden 2018 photos by Madi Oden 2018 photos by Madi Oden 2018 photos by Madi Oden 2018 photos by Madi Oden 2018 photos by Madi Oden 2018 photos by Madi Oden 2018 photos by Madi Oden 2018 photos by Madi Oden 2018 photos by Madi Oden 2018 photos by Madi Oden 2018 photos by Madi Oden 2018 photos by Madi Oden 2018 photos by Madi Oden 2018 photos by Madi Oden 2018 photos by Madi Oden 2018 photos by Madi Oden 2018 photos by Madi Oden 2018 photos by Madi...

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Homecoming 2017
Oct26

Homecoming 2017

The junior class as the Flintstones pose with awards after winning Stunt Night 2017. Blair Dupre/ The Bluebonnet​​​​ This year’s theme for Stunt Night was Cru-Toons. Sophomores Noah Tyner, Richard Rogers, Lindsay Smith, and Jordyn Musser portray characters from The Fairly-Odd Parents. Blair Dupre/The Bluebonnet Homecoming King and Queen pose together in the stands overlooking Crusader Stadium on game day. Courtesy of Kristin Cherry The Homecoming King and Queen pose with the rest of the homecoming court at the Cru stadium before the game. Courtesy of Kristin Cherry Students Play three legged relay. Photo by Peter Zuniga for The Bells Photo by Peter Zuniga for The Bells Students had the chance to ride a mechanical bull on Kings street. Photo by Peter Zuniga for The Bells Senior exercise sports science major Anthony Tharp and sophomore Christian studies major Cade Baker participate in a Race for the Gold event where players have to drop mentos into a coke bottle and catch as much of the spray as they can in another bottle. Photo by Peter Zuniga for The Bells Photo by Tori Van Hooser/ The Bells Freshman Corey Woodward plays Twister with friends on Kings Street. Photo by Tori Van Hooser/ The Bells Junior psychology major Aurora Upton rides a mechanical bull during a homecoming game on King Street. Photo by Tori Van Hooser/ The Bells Students play inflatable twister on Kings street. Photo by Tori Van Hooser/ The Bells Students play inflatable twister on Kings street. Photo by Tori Van Hooser/ The Bells Flag runners carry the UMHB letters high after the Cru scores a touchdown. Photo by Madeline Oden/ The Bells Crusader fan support Photo by Madeline Oden/ The Bells The Band performs during halftime. Photo by Madeline Oden/ The Bells Freshman Mathematics major,Andrew Berg, portrays Spongebob in Stunt Night 2017. Jessica Rodriguez/The Bluebonnet Students and fans gather together in Crusader Stadium to cheer on the UMHB football team. Photo by Madeline Oden/ The Bells Alumni Board President Justin Gaidusek, left, presented Dr. George Loutherback, second from left, with the Honorary Alumni Award. Jeff Sutton, right, awarded Vince Banks, second from right, with the Distiguished Alumni Award during halftime of the homecoming game. Photo by Madeline Oden/ The...

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The Beltonian Photo Gallery
Oct26

The Beltonian Photo Gallery

Zechariah Baker stands in front of The Beltonian. Photo by Madeline Oden/The Bells Photo by Madeline Oden/The Bells Rick Rainer from Jackson Sign and Lighting in Waco adjusts the lights The Beltonian’s marquee. Photo by Madeline Oden/The Bells Photo by Madeline Oden/The Bells Courtesy of Zechariah...

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