Senior Ethan Bauer will be graduating from Baker in May with a double major in business and accounting.
Project CHIRP started in QS 212: Black Social Thought, taught by Coordinator of Student Achievement Carrie Coward Bucher. Class members have been studying the five different topics of oppression for the name behind the project (capitalism, heterosexism, imperialism, racism, and patriarchy = CHIRP), and they created a class video.
Zeta Tau Alpha sorority hosted its first annual Pink Out 5K on April 21 at the Baldwin City Golf Course. With about 40 participants, the race brought in more than $600 for the Susan G. Komen Foundation.
Baker alumni and Baldwin City residents Kit and Sarah Harris, as well as their 13-year-old son, were at the Boston Marathon on April 15 when the explosions took place.
The Baker University softball team's three-day homestand included two walk-off doubles from sophomore Alyse Menghini, three home runs from senior Summer Kelley and 31 innings pitched by junior Erin Greenwood en route to a 4-2 record in six games.
Baker University sorority and fraternity members competed in the annual Greek Week April 2-7. The team of Zeta Tau Alpha, Sigma Phi Epsilon and Zeta Chi were the week's overall winners.
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Six former Baker University football players have worked out for NFL teams over the past month to try to help the chances of being drafted or signing a contract with a professional team as an undrafted free agent.
Four professors will be taking students abroad for their interterm courses in 2014.
Matthew Potterton, assistant professor of music and director of choral activities, will be leaving Baker University at the conclusion of the school year to become the director of choral activities at East Tennessee State University.