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Water Wars competition aims to relieve stress

Friends are turning against friends in order to avoid being eliminated from one of Baker's most creative competitions, Water Wars.

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Sorority to host Walk a Baker Mile In Her Shoes

Alpha Chi Omega Sorority is hosting its spring philanthropy event, Walk a Baker Mile In Her Shoes, on Saturday, April 16. The event will benefit the Willow Domestic Violence Center.

Community Wellness Festival to promote personal health

Baker University and the Baldwin City Recreation Commission will co-host the 15th annual Community Wellness Festival on Saturday, April 9, in the Collins Center.

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Baker plans to expand campus grounds

Within the next six-to-eight months, Baker officials plan to purchase the large lot north of Gessner Hall and the two metal buildings behind Denious Hall, which are currently owned by the Baldwin City USD 348 school district.

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Good Samaritan law could save lives on campuses

A new Kansas law seeks to save lives on college campuses by offering immunity for minors seeking medical assistance in cases involving alcohol or drugs. Staff writer Abi Roorda discusses this policy and how it will affect Baker.

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Bucher's Last Lecture to reflect on relationships

Jake Bucher, associate dean of the School of Professional and Graduate Studies, will deliver the spring Last Lecture, entitled, “Sorry, Not Sorry,” at 9 p.m. on Wednesday, March 30, in Rice Auditorium.

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TEA to host trans-visibility day

Total Equality Alliance will host a trans-visibility day on Thursday, March 31, to raise awareness for the transgender community.

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Prize-linked accounts offer no risk but less reward

Staff writer Brenna Thompson explores the ways to save money by banking smart and how to get the best bang for your buck.

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Baker raises tuition by 3 percent

Baker University's tuition rate will increase by 3 percent for the 2016-17 school year.

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Randy Flowers receives national award for orientation

Director of Student Life Randy Flowers has received a national award for his orientation programming.