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.
Freshman Sarah Baker shows how to utilize an old lightbulb and a little creativity to make a spring-time craft.
Junior Antonio Adgers, who represented Zeta Phi Beta sorority, was crowned Mr. BU on Tuesday after competing in a pageant for campus men.
Freshmen Jim Joyner and Anna Yanez demonstrate how to make puppy chow.
Kevin Hopkins, who will become Baker’s minister to the university on July 1, served as emcee for Mungano’s eighth annual Gospel Extravaganza on March 28 in McKibbin Recital Hall.
Baker University and Johnson County choirs will join together to perform on BU’s campus Friday. The Masterworks Concert, which includes 150 performers, will begin at 7:30 p.m. in Rice Auditorium.
Jenna Stanbrough gives the recipe and instructions for blueberry banana bread.