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Rally to showcase student diversity

The fourth annual People Empowering People Rally will be held at 11 a.m. on April 28 at the Rotunda, located outside of Collins Library.

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Sophomore to spend summer in Japan

While most Baker students go home for the summer, sophomore Alex Ekins will be boarding a plane to Yokosuka, Japan, to take an internship on a U.S. naval base in Japan.

Water Wars prepares to douse campus

Baker Ambassadors' annual Water Wars competition begins this week and will be turning campus sidewalks into a battle zone.

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SAC to host Grocery Bingo

The Student Activities Council will host Grocery Bingo night at 9 p.m. on April 19 in Mabee Gym.

The Big Event expands service opportunities

Baker Serves will provide opportunities for students, faculty and staff to join in and give back to the community on April 25 for this year's Big Event.

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Bucher becomes associate dean of SPGS

Associate Professor of Sociology and BU alumnus Jacob Bucher is the new associate dean of the Baker University School of Professional and Graduate Studies.

Equality Rally to raise awareness

Associate Professor of History Leonard Ortiz’s Social and Cultural Evolutions of the 1960s class is leading an Equality Rally and other events focused on equality during the week of April 19.

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14th annual Spiking Out comes with a twist

Sigma Phi Epsilon fraternity will be hosting its 14th annual sand volleyball tournament called “Spiking Out” on April 25, but with a twist this year. There will be a professional barber shaving heads following the sand volleyball tournament to benefit the St. Baldrick’s Foundation, a charity committed to finding cures for childhood cancer.

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Rottinghaus exhibit features 10 years of work

Public Relations Director Steve Rottinghaus has been taking pictures for the university for the past 10 years. A photo exhibit featuring Rottinghaus’s photos is currently open at the Holt-Russell Gallery on campus from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on weekdays.

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