Students show appreciation for new fitness equipment

In this audio segment, staff member Lily Stephens discusses campus reactions to new equipment being added to the Mabee fitness center.

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SAC event to highlight forms of oppression

Student Activities Council will host the Tunnel of Oppression from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Feb. 28, in the Holt-Russell Gallery. The event will include three new scenes highlighting forms of oppression.

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Painting the town: Baldwin City mural project on horizon

The Baldwin City Tourism Bureau and the Baldwin City Chamber of Commerce have begun planning a new mural to display Baldwin City's cultural heritage. They hope to incorporate everyone in the Baldwin City community, including Baker students, in the process.

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Two BU employees honored for 35 years of service

Professor of Psychology Rand Ziegler and Senior Director of Financial Aid Jeanne Mott were recognized during the Celebration of Service ceremony on Jan. 24. for having served 35 years at Baker University.

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BU to celebrate 159 years with Founders Day church service

Baker University is celebrating 159 years with a special Founders Day church service at 11 a.m. on Thursday, Feb. 9, at Baldwin First United Methodist Church.

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New administrator search begins next fall

A nationwide search for the combined position of Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences and Vice President of Academic Affairs will begin in the fall.

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#BakerTravels: Travel interterms offer adventures

During interterm, Baker students had the opportunity to visit Hawaii, Thailand, the United Kingdom, Uganda, Honduras or Mexico, while others traveled locally to study religious sites.

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BU students take part in Women's March on Topeka

A handful of Baker students were in Topeka on the day after the presidential inauguration, protesting alongside more than 3,000 other participants.

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Community center hinges on financial approval

The Baldwin City Recreation Commission is awaiting approval for proposed sales tax and property tax increases to fund a $5.3 million community center.