As a result of winning a class game, five students in a group called “Meek Mill’s Shattered Confidence” took over Baker University’s official Instagram and newly launched Snapchat accounts for a day.
Unless you happen to be a Kardashian, you can only dream about working from the Swiss mountains, Parisian cafés or on a beach in Crete. However, Baker alumna Gloria Atanmo has turned this fantasy into a career of travel blogging across Europe and Asia.
Baker University’s Student Activities Council and Active Minds came together Tuesday night for “The Mask You Live In,” which was the final presentation in a long list of events this semester that were a part of a program called Cat Chat.
Sports Editor Jim Joyner talks with students about how they use the library and whether a library full of books will still be needed in the future.
Based on posts in Twitter, Facebook and Snapchat, plenty of BU students attended Tuesday's downtown parade to celebrate the Kansas City Royals' 2015 World Series championship.
Sara Crump's freshman Salon 101 class collected over 50 toys to donate to the local police department. The Baldwin City Police Department keeps stuffed animals in patrol cars to give to children in need.
As a result of new additions to Title IX enforcement, the federal government now expects universities to appoint a Title IX coordinator, report sex offenses with or without victim consent and implement policies and programs to better educate and protect students from the dangers of sexual misconduct.
Delta Delta Delta sorority recently hosted its annual Fat Talk Free Week.
As part of the accreditation process, the Higher Learning Commission (HLC) will come to Baker in early November to evaluate the university’s finances and strategic planning process.
Faculty members will discuss possible changes to the Quest program during the next Faculty Senate meeting on Nov. 3. Assistant Professor of Sociology Carrie Coward Bucher, who is the chair of the Quest program, recently discussed the possible changes with students.