Staff Writer Claire Sullivan makes a delicious lemon poppy seed muffin in a mug perfect of a quick breakfast for one on the run.
The Baker University Department of Music and Theatre has plenty in store for this fall, from a two-person play about President Nixon to the annual Christmas Candlelight Vespers and the addition of a drumline.
Salon 101 students are required to read “No Impact Man” by Colin Beavan as the new common reading book of 2016.
Staff Writer Abi Roorda makes some delicious no-bakes with three simple ingredients, which are easily accessible for college students on a budget.
Teens from the area will perform “Bells Are Ringing” as part of Broadway at Baker at 2:30 p.m. on July 31 in Rice Auditorium.
Going beyond expectations, "Star Trek: Beyond" perfectly balances comedy, character development and action.
Bryan Singer’s latest X-Men movie is a worthy triennial installment to the franchise, albeit less spectacular than its predecessors.
Since the fall of 1981, Parr has been an iconic fixture in the Department of Music and Theatre. His reserved humor and distinct articulation are just a few the qualities his students and colleagues will miss when he officially retires at the end of the 2015-2016 school year.
Staff writer Claire Sullivan makes a paper flower wreath, perfect to bring spring into any college dorm room.
Staff writer Abie Roorda makes a tasty breakfast treat to curb any college students' cravings.