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Sigma Phi Epsilon fraternity hosted its 15th annual Spiking Out volleyball tournament to raise money for Big Brothers Big Sisters on Saturday, April 23. On the same day, the fraternity also hosted the second annual head-shaving event to raise money for St. Baldrick’s for Children’s Cancer Research.
With classic rock music in the playing in the background and historical facts flying across the room, it must be a History Club meeting. Each week on Tuesday nights the Baker University History Club meets in Mabee 200.
The Baldwin Martial Arts program is very much a family affair that starts with the instructors. Tom Christian and his wife Cheryl both teach Youn Wha Ryu part time in the community, and they encourage families to join together.
This weekend, Baker will host the 2016 Kansas Association of Historians conference for the first time since 1976.
Baker Serves will host the Big Event, a day-long event devoted to local community service, on Saturday, April 23.
The annual Dialogos Conference will be held from 9 a.m. until 3:30 p.m. on Wednesday, April 20. No classes during that time will be held, in order to allow all to students the opportunity to attend or present.
College students often focus on ways to save money, and one online shopping site based out of China, AliExpress, has made that easier, but not without some concerns.
The Court of Honor Award was recently given to Baker’s own Gamma Theta chapter of Delta Tau Delta. Chapter President Nick Yarbrough along with seven other fraternity officers received the award on Feb. 20 at the Western Plains Division Conference in Springfield, Missouri.
The Baldwin City Recreation Commission is working alongside the local school district and city administrators to plan the construction of a community recreation facility.