Staff writer Sarah Baker went to the Rascal Flatts Rewind Tour at Cricket Wireless Amphitheater in Bonner Springs on June 15 and gives her take on the bands' performances.
After a strict selection process, Frank Perez has been selected as the new director in the Department of Music and Theater.
The latest edition of Watershed is now available. Watershed is a student-run literary magazine made up of creative writing pieces, photography and pictures of artwork and is published at the end of the year to showcase students' creative abilities.
A group of five students and two professors from the Dundalk Institute of Technology, DkIT, performed at Baker University during the first week in May.
As part of the Baker Orange do-it-yourself series for arts and entertainment, Sarah Baker explains how to alter unwanted books.
After finding his calling in studio art during his extended time at BU, senior Alex Coffey will graduate May 18. The Department of Education says Coffey is part of the 60 percent of U.S. students who graduate within six years of starting college.
The Baker University Music Department has scheduled a variety of concerts to end the spring semester.
The Baker University Theater Department will perform “What the Butler Saw,” a fast-paced comedy with dark humor and content, April 24-27 in Rice Auditorium.
Baker University will welcome a group of seven Irish musicians from the Dundalk Institute of Technology during the first week in May.
As part of the Baker Orange do-it-yourself series for arts and entertainment, managing editor Taylor Shuck explains how to create dip-dyed denim shorts.