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Summer Bridge gives freshmen a head start

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Twenty-nine students are taking advantage of the Summer Bridge Program at Baker University, getting a head start on college. The program, organized by Kauffman Scholars and Baker University, allows incoming college freshmen, regardless of where they intend to study in the fall, to take summer classes at BU and get accustomed to college life.

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Hundreds of bikers pedal into Baldwin City

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More than 800 cyclists arrived in Baldwin City on June 12, the second-to-last stop in their eight-day journey of biking across Kansas. Starting on June 6 at the Kansas/Colorado state line near Junction City, the Biking Across Kansas bikers rode 502 miles, through amber waves of grain, to the Missouri border near Louisburg.

Creative writers give senior readings

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Some of Baker’s creative writers gathered in McKibbin Recital Hall May 3 for their senior reading.

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Q&A with football coach Mike Grossner

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Sports writer Chad Mullen talks one-on-one with head football coach Mike Grossner about the spring football practices and scrimmages and what to look for in the fall for the No. 16 Wildcats.

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Memorial tree planting unites campus

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The Baker University community gathered on campus April 23 to plant a American Linden tree commemorating the life of Sione Maumau.

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'Bluefish Cove' blends comedy, tragedy

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The Baker Theater Department performed its final production of the year, “Last Summer at Bluefish Cove,” April 23-26. The play was written by Jane Chambers and premiered in 1980.

Joyner: Take the beanball out of baseball

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Assistant Sports Editor Jim Joyner weighs in on the bench-clearing altercations between the Kansas City Royals and the Oakland Athletics.

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Sophomore to spend summer in Japan

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While most Baker students go home for the summer, sophomore Alex Ekins will be boarding a plane to Yokosuka, Japan, to take an internship on a U.S. naval base in Japan.

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Grocery Bingo sparks competition, hunger

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Grocery Bingo sparked some intense competition on April 16. Student Activities Council hosted its third grocery bingo of the school year to help students restock their mini fridges for the remainder of the semester.

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