A bill commonly known as “Uncork Kansas” could allow convenience and grocery stores in Kansas to sell all types of liquor beginning July 1.
Professor of Biology Cal Cink will be retiring at the end of the school year after 38 years at Baker.
The annual Mungano Dessert Auction auction is usually held in December in the Harter Union cafeteria, but with the recent construction and snow days, it was moved to Mabee 400. The auction will be at 2 p.m. Sunday.
Zeta Chi fraternity is hosting its annual Polyeuphony benefit concert on Friday. This year, the concert will be open for donations to the Special Olympics. The concert will be at 7 p.m. in Rice Auditorium.
Although the admissions report at the Feb. 18 faculty senate meeting indicated a few decreasing numbers, the BU admissions office expects the number of incoming students to be similar to last year's class. The ultimate goal is to bring in 220 freshmen and 55 transfers for the 2014-15 academic year.
The Baldwin City Recreation Commission recently added a disc golf course located at 1825 N 100 Rd., near the Baldwin City Lake.
Faculty Senate approved a graphic design major on Feb. 18, and it now must pass through the Board of Trustees before officially being put in the books for the next academic year.
After 25 years of service to Baker University, the Board of Trustees recognized former Director of Health Services Ruth Sarna as nurse emeritus.
After the retirement of Ruth Sarna, Baker University has officially hired a new full-time nurse for the student health center. Jody Mitchell, an advanced practice registered nurse (APRN), was named to the position last week.