Several November events are scheduled around campus promoting the arts: from theater and classical music to jazz and galleries.
Staff Writer Abie Roorda is in the kitchen this week and has made some delicious butterscotch snickerdoodle bars.
A new exhibit titled “More Than Matriarchs: Women in the Book of Genesis” is currently on display as a special exhibit of the Quayle Bible Collection in the Collins Library. The exhibit is open to the public from 1 to 4 p.m. on Saturdays and Sundays through July 30, 2017.
Local kids and their families will have the opportunity to trick or treat on campus this year with the involvement of Baker students. The student organization Baker Serves will host Trunk or Treat at 6:30 p.m. on Halloween evening in Downtown Baldwin City.
As the sun began to set Thursday evening, an unusual throng of undead participants gathered in the middle of Lawrence’s South Park. The 10th Annual Zombie Walk activities drew hundreds of Douglas County participants and spectators, including some Baker students.
Staff Writer Abie Roorda shows you how to make a do-it-yourself BU puzzle piece wall hanging to show school pride in a college dorm room.
Staff Writer Claire Sullivan is here with a quick, delicious and versatile quesadilla recipe every college students needs in their college cookbook.
A five-times life-size sculpture will sit outside of Parmenter Hall for much of the month of October to promote the newest exhibit in the Holt-Russell Gallery.
The first theatrical production this semester is a presidential satire about one of the United States' most scandalous presidents. 'Nixon’s Nixon' is a two-man play about a conversation between President Richard Nixon and his Secretary of State Henry Kissinger on the eve of Nixon’s resignation from the presidency. 'Nixon’s Nixon' will run for four performances, starting at 7:30 p.m. on Oct. 6 in Rice Auditorium.
Editor Sarah Baker reviews the critically acclaimed new NBC show "This Is Us" and says the show lives up to the hype.