Associate Professor of Mass Media Joe Watson gave his Last Lecture Wednesday night in Rice Auditorium, teaching students about the importance of “F Words.”
Beginning this fall, Baker University has renewed its subscription to Turnitin, a controversial plagiarism detection software, to aid faculty and students in the discovery and prevention of plagiarism on campus.
Chapter houses are welcoming their new members into Greek life on campus as formal rush at Baker comes to an end. With 119 students selected into the various chapter houses, this year’s rush numbers were higher than they have been in over 10 years.
Seven travel interterms have been approved for January 2017 and some still have room for more students.
This summer after a study room was vandalized, their doors were locked by campus security in order to prevent further damage, only to be lifted once the fall semester began.
Another bone marrow donor match has been found at Baker University.
In partnership with Collegiate Empowerment to promote safe drinking, Student Activities Council is hosting an event called "Maximize Your Buzz" at 9 p.m. on Sept. 8 in Rice Auditorium.
Students, faculty and staff filed into Rice Auditorium on Tuesday for the long-standing Baker tradition of convocation to observe the start of the fall term. Following the theme of “Baker Builds Achievers,” this convocation emphasized the past, how Baker is growing and what that growth means for the future.
To kick off the 2016-2017 school year, the long-held Baker tradition of convocation will focus on success and the importance of a Baker University education. Themed “Baker Builds Achievers,” the featured speaker will be Pulitzer Prize-winning Baker graduate Harold Jackson at 11 a.m. on Aug. 30 in Rice Auditorium.