Greek life coordinator leaves BU

Jennifer Letner has left her position as Baker University fraternity and sorority life coordinator.

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Carter's cancer battle leads to retirement

After brain surgery, former Professor of Psychology Marc Carter has retired and Chair of Psychology Rand Ziegler will resume his old position as a professor

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Visiting professor feels at home

Visiting Assistant Professor of Spanish David Lisenby is filling the position of Professor of Spanish Sandra Schumm, who is on sabbatical this year. Lisenby was eager to return to Kansas because it's where he feels "most at home."

Greek recruitment increases membership

Both the Interfraternity Council and the Panhellenic Council reported an increase in new members following the Baker University Greek recruitment processes at the beginning of the fall term.

SAC hosts 'Intersection of Two Lives'

Student Activities Council hosted the annual drunk driving awareness event, "Intersection of Two Lives," with presenter Detective Jay Armbrister of the Douglas County Sheriff's Office.

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Douglas County Lake unveils walking trail

A new walking trail along the perimeter of the Douglas County State Fishing Lake is officially open, beginning at the southern corner of the lake.

Baker Serves hosts Civic Engagement Month

Starting Sept. 9, Baker Serves' “Civic Engagement" begins. Civic Engagement is a yearlong project with the goal of finding different ways for Baker students to serve the community.

Collins Center to house Majors Fair

The sixth annual Majors Fair will be held on the floor of the Collins Center on Sept. 23 at 11 a.m.

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Murray seeks insights from students

Although President Lynne Murray has been asked repeatedly what she hopes to do for Baker, she believes it will take conversations with faculty, staff and students to really understand the direction of the university.