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Director and Instructor: Chris Smith returns to the classroom

As of this semester, Director of Marketing and Communications Chris Smith is also an instructor for a Mass Media and Society class.

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Inclusion forum starts important discussion on campus


In light of recent events at the University of Missouri that resulted in racial tension on campus, President Lynne Murray, Associate Dean of Students and Director of Diversity and Inclusion Teresa Clounch and Dean of the School of Professional and Graduate Studies Jake Bucher invited students to an Open Forum on Inclusion held Nov. 18 in the Long Student Center.

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Campus visits make lasting impressions

Baker's attention to incoming and prospective students is part of the reason many students choose to attend Baker.

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Art history professor moving to St. Joe

After this semester, Brett Knappe will be leaving Baker University and beginning a new job as executive director of the Albrecht-Kemper Museum of Art in St. Joseph, Missouri.

Baker receives high ranking from Economist magazine

Baker University recently earned a spot among the top 50 colleges in the United States based on economic value. The Economist, an international weekly news publication, ranked Baker at 49th, in front of any other Kansas school.

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Select stores break the Black Friday tradition

While it may be impossible to stop the beast that Black Friday has become, this year nearly 40 stores are making an effort to keep it confined to one day.

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BU and Harlaxton students who were in Paris are safe

Two of the six Baker students studying abroad this fall at Harlaxton College were in Paris during the time of the terrorist attacks and are now safe back on the British campus.

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No Guns Allowed? Kansas campuses may have to alter weapons policies

As gun laws are changing for public schools across the country, Baker University also may re-evaluate campus policies on weapons.

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Bae'd up: 'tis the season for cuffing

Two feet of snow lies on the ground on a Tuesday afternoon. You’re bored and lonely, and an email just confirmed class is cancelled. The left side of your bed is unoccupied and cool. Your heart begins to sink until you realize cuffing season has begun.