Approximately 70 people from the Baldwin City campus took the opportunity to “get swabbed” on April 29. The bone marrow drive, which took place in the Long Student Center, gave students, staff and faculty the opportunity to join the bone marrow registry list in an effort to combat blood cancer.
The Baker University community gathered on campus April 23 to plant a American Linden tree commemorating the life of Sione Maumau.
Baker students had the opportunity to participate in Dialogos, previously called the Scholars Symposium, on April 22.
Senior Ben Sobek received the 2015 Milan-Harris Award for Promoting Diversity.
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Sigma Phi Epsilon’s 14th annual Spiking Out tournament featured a contribution to Saint Baldrick’s Foundation and 10 shaved heads.
Associate Professor of History Leonard Ortiz’s Social and Cultural Evolutions of the 1960s class held an Equality Rally on April 22 at the Rotunda.
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.
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.
Grocery Bingo sparked some intense competition on April 16. Student Activities Council hosted its third grocery bingo of the school year to help students restock their mini fridges for the remainder of the semester.
Baker Ambassadors' annual Water Wars competition begins this week and will be turning campus sidewalks into a battle zone.