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The traveling Smithsonian exhibit entitled “The Way We Worked” has opened in the Lumberyard Arts Center and will run through May 5.
If you feel the need to step back into the 90s but don’t have a trusty time machine with you, it may be time to enjoy Japandroids.
The Republic Tigers, a band from Kansas City, provide soft vocals with a very alt-rock feel.
From Tennessee to Washington to nearby Kansas City, many college students are swapping beaches for crowded farms and parks to enjoy some of their favorite musical artists. March is a good month to start planning summer music trips.
The Baker University Speech Choir will be heading on tour during the week of spring break. The choir will be giving four presentations on the Civil War in various locations. After each presentation, a Civil War historian will lead a discussion on the topics that were presented.
The Harlem Shake is one of the most recent trends popping up on the internet. YouTube videos depict a person dancing in the midst of a normal setting before the entire room of people, usually clad in costumes and odd props, joins in and begins to dance wildly.
The Baker University theater department is starting out the spring semester with a musical, taking attendees back to the 1940s during the beginning of World War II. The musical "1940s Radio Hour" will be produced at 7:30 p.m. March 1-2 and at 2 p.m. March 3 in Rice Auditorium.
A learning experience, a long day and a night showcasing musical talents is what many high school students found at the Annual Honor Band Concert that was on Feb. 14.
"Come to Mama," the Baker University Studio Art Cat Fanciers Association Cat Show and Exhibition, is on display through March 8 in the Holt-Russell Art Gallery.
Loud Noises, Baker University’s improvisational comedy troupe, hosted auditions for potential new members. However, due to scheduling conflicts, the auditions are not over yet, and some students still have a chance to become a part of the troupe.