Zeta Tau Alpha sorority will sponsor Think Pink Week this week to promote breast cancer awareness and education.
According to Professor of Communication Studies Susan Emel, the only way to find yourself is to question your own beliefs, because unexamined beliefs are not worth having.
The annual Baker Organizational Observation for Knowledge program has come to a close as student summer interns gave presentations about their experiences to a panel of judges. The 2015 grand prize award winner was Gunnar Hays.
Baker students and faculty hope to have reliable access to high-speed wifi as soon as an upgrade to 1 gigabyte service kicks in. For many students, the campus wifi system has been an ongoing source of frustration since the beginning of the school year.
Spiders have been causing havoc and fear among students, especially in some fraternity and sorority houses. However, as students squirm and scream, they may be overreacting to harmless creatures or accusing the wrong insect.
Opportunities for BU students to visit Haiti may be upcoming. During spring break 2015, University Minister Kevin Hopkins and junior Madison Wendt traveled to Haiti to share the gospel and help the people of a small island.
In front of family and friends, Baker University’s own Reverend Kevin Hopkins, was promoted from major to lieutenant colonel over the summer. This ceremony took place in the headquarters of the 190th Air Refueling Wing at Forbes Field in Topeka.
Riders in the non-profit Santa Fe Trail Bicycle Trek spent the night of Sept. 21 on the lawn beside Mabee Hall.
Students and faculty will gather at 9 p.m. on Sept. 29 in Rice Auditorium to listen to Professor of Communication Studies Susan Emel when she speaks for the Last Lecture. The Last Lecture, not new to campus but new to homecoming-week events this year, provides an informal format for speakers to share from their journey through life.