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Students, professor form Total Equality Alliance

Several years after the club known as GSA (Gay Straight Alliance) stopped meeting, a group of students and a professor have formed TEA (Total Equality Alliance).

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Phonathon benefits students, university

Phonathon is an on-campus job opportunity for students that also raises money for the university. Hired students are tasked with calling alumni to ask for donations to the Baker Fund.

Lawrence to host first annual Polar Plunge

Lawrence will be hosting its first annual Polar Plunge at Naismith Hall on March 7. Proceeds for this fundraiser will benefit local Special Olympics programs.

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King and Queen of Courts raises $660

King and Queen of Courts, a fundraiser put on every spring semester by the Cardinal Key National Honor Society, raised $660 for the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation. At the basketball games on Feb. 21, Travis Ray was crowned king and Alyse Menghini crowned queen.

Networking dinner to connect students with jobs, professionals

Baker students have the opportunity to spend Thursday evening in a formal setting at the Oread Hotel off the Kansas University campus, networking with companies at the Wildcats at Work Networking Dinner. The event, traditionally attended by business majors, offers opportunities for jobs after graduation and summer internships to a variety of majors.

Summer Away program helps students get ahead

The Summer Away program tries to make taking summer classes easier for students by offering online courses with lower tuition costs.

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Bradt to retire after 40 years at BU

After 40 years at Baker University, Kay Bradt, director of library services, is retiring.

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Quest program creates speed bump for transfers


Transfer students at Baker have experienced the pros and cons of transferring during the course of their college careers.

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Education majors optimistic in face of cuts

Many Baker students majoring in education are optimistic about getting jobs and joining the workforce next year. But in a state that just cut funding for public schools and higher education by a combined $44.5 million, it's a little harder to snag a position.