BU student charged with aggravated indecent liberties

A 20-year-old Baker student-athlete is facing charges of aggravated indecent liberties with a child.

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NERDs program prepares students for college

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The NERDs program, Baker University's pre-college summer institute, pushes students to grow both inside and outside of the classroom.

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Baker student discusses extreme fear of ticks


Junior Caylea Syler experiences anxiety when she thinks about a tiny parasite like a tick.

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Talking transgender: the bathroom debate on campus

Baker students have joined the transgender bathroom debate through social media posts and classroom conversations.

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Mungano president preparing for graduate school

After struggling academically during her early semesters at Baker, Mungano President Lauren Allen-Brown developed into a campus leader. She will be among the 119 seniors from the College of Arts and Sciences to walk across the Collins Center stage during Sunday's commencement ceremony.

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Retiring music director has left his mark on Baker

Since the fall of 1981, Parr has been an iconic fixture in the Department of Music and Theatre. His reserved humor and distinct articulation are just a few the qualities his students and colleagues will miss when he officially retires at the end of the 2015-2016 school year.

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A day with the president


Brittney Diehm spent a day with Baker University President Lynne Murray.

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Lee Green retires from teaching at Baker

Professor Lee Green may be stepping away from teaching, but he is far from taking time off.

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Congressman to speak at 2016 spring commencement

On May 22, undergraduates for the College of Arts and Sciences, School of Education and School of Nursing will celebrate their achievement during the 2016 commencement. This year's commencement speaker is U.S. Congressman Kevin Yoder.

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Professor adds retirement to personal equation

Associate Professor of Mathematics Gene Johnson is retiring after the spring 2016 semester.