Many faculty and staff members keep candy dishes in or around their offices, and students sometimes debate which candy dish is the best on campus.
Assistant Editor Sarah Baker reviews the final installment in the popular young adult adaption "The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 2."
While American football is the sport that often draws the biggest crowds to Liston Stadium, FIFA 16 draws BU athletes from all sports inside for a game of soccer.
Staff writer Abigaile Roorda shows Baker students how to make a serving cake instantly in the microwave to satisfy their sweet tooth.
A Music Theatre Workshop class will present a small show in the form of a variety show Nov. 21-22. The show will feature opera music as well as songs from the '70s, including selections from the Broadway play "Chicago" and the opera "The Marriage of Figaro."
KNBU-FM 89.7 The Edge is run by Baker University students and broadcasts 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Each student creates and airs a two-hour program each week.
The Baker University Orchestra will perform three classical pieces on Tuesday, Nov. 17 and will feature a Baker instructor and soloist, Lisa Jackson.
The Baker University Jazz Ensemble will be performing alongside a world-renowned clarinetist in its Guest Artist Jazz Concert on Nov. 19. Ken Peplowski, a clarinetist and saxophonist, has performed all around the globe with countless artists, released over 50 solo albums and appeared in more than 400 albums by other artists, including Benny Goodman and Madonna.
Staff Writer Shelby Stephens shares her recipe for a fall twist on a popular treat, puppy chow.
From the same theater department that brought shipwrecked pirates to the Baker stage in September comes a new killer thriller full of deceptions, affairs and mind games. "Murder in Green Meadows" is a psychological thriller that follows two couples in an idyllic suburbia, or so it appears.