The Baker outdoor track and field teams trampled over the competition at the Wildcat Open on April 26. Both teams beat out McPherson College for the top spots. The men won with a score of 121.5 and the women racked up a whopping 202 points throughout the day.
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Baker University professors will offer seven travel options during interterm 2015.
The Baker University softball team split its series with Benedictine College Wednesday on senior day. The 'Cats are 20-22 overall on the season and 11-8 in conference play.
The Baker University Theater Department will perform “What the Butler Saw,” a fast-paced comedy with dark humor and content, April 24-27 in Rice Auditorium.
Print Editor Tera Lyons describes the Westboro Baptist Church's protest on Easter Sunday in Baldwin City.
Baker University and the Baldwin City community have been revising their recycling campaigns. Recycling some items will come with a cost to many Baldwin City residents, and BU students will also be limited in their recycling opportunities on campus.
As part of the Baker Orange do-it-yourself series for arts and entertainment, managing editor Taylor Shuck explains how to create dip-dyed denim shorts.
As the 2014 World Cup approaches, this is the perfect time for Kansas City and the United States to be fully invested into soccer. Based on Sporting KC's 18-year history, don't be surprised if someday soccer is the most popular sport in Kansas City.
The Baker University men's and women's outdoor track and field teams took first place at the Baker Relays. In addition to its top finish, the women’s squad had four athletes and one relay team qualify for nationals on its home track and field.
Junior Antonio Adgers, who represented Zeta Phi Beta sorority, was crowned Mr. BU on Tuesday after competing in a pageant for campus men.