Arts & Entertainment


Humanities to host film viewing, discussion

The Department of History, Culture and Society is sponsoring a showing of the 2013 film "Fruitvale Station" about the fatal 2009 subway shooting of a young father, Oscar Grant, with a discussion of the film and its relevance to the recent shooting of Michael Brown in Ferguson, Missouri, following the showing.

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DIY: Altered Book Update

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College students have a lot of old books that can be re-purposed. Assistant Editor Sarah Baker shows how to reuse an old or unwanted book.

Music professor takes the big stage

The Music and Theater Department’s own Marci Ziegler is performing with the Lyric Opera of Kansas City at the Kauffman Center for the Performing Arts.

U.S. Marine Corps Band New Orleans to perform on campus

The U.S. Marine Corps Band New Orleans will perform at 11 a.m. Tuesday in Rice Auditorium. The band’s brass and woodwind quintets will be featured.

Lumberyard Arts Center showcases local artists

Every four to six weeks, the Lumberyard Arts Center has a new opening featuring different local artists. This week's theme was "Cup of Java."

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DIY: Personal monogram


Staff writer Megan Henry shows readers how to create a monogram using Microsoft Word

Movie Review: The Maze Runner

Assistant editor Sarah Baker reviews a new book-to-movie release, The Maze Runner.

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Cast to 'play God' in production


One heart. Three patients. One decision. That is the main theme of "The God Committee," the next Baker University theater production.

Bands tune up for performances

The new Director of Bands Frank Perez is preparing one of his bands for its first performance. The Symphonic Winds will perform with the Baker Jazz Ensemble in the first concert of the semester.

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Community Choir begins rehearsals

Rehearsals for the University Community Choir have started as the group prepares for its first concert on Oct. 24.