While a lot of Baker students use Tinder, they don't all use it for the same reason. Rhonda Applegate explores how some of the students use the popular app.
Whether driven up by the new competitive markets or down by today’s ease of access to rental or electronic sources, the price of college textbooks is forefront on the minds of students, professors and publishing companies.
The annual Water Wars begins on April 5. The competition is hosted by the Chapel Ambassadors.
Millennials' social media use dominates much of their daily lives, as shown largely by a recent BU survey which showed that 81 percent of students use social media to see what their friends are up to.
Why are cosmetic companies shying away from black female consumers? Multimedia Editor Dory Smith discusses the issues with cosmetics that arise for women of color.
Baker students will have the opportunity to give back to the community on April 22 by participating in the Big Event. Students will be volunteering for volunteering at Habitat for Humanity, Midland Railway, Rainbow Experience Preschool, Homespun Hill Farm, Worden United Methodist Church and United Way of Douglas County.
Baker students will soon have the option to enroll in a summer travel interterm, and freshmen will no longer be required to take an interterm in their first year at Baker. Faculty Senate has approved these changes, which will now be submitted for administrative approval.
Single-stalled restrooms in eight buildings on Baker University's campus are now gender-inclusive for transgender and non-binary students.
Instead of having Spring Fest all in one week, this year it is spread out so that students can have more opportunities to attend events.
Across campuses throughout the nation, including Baker University, some college students are popping Adderall like it’s chewing gum, often without considering the mental, legal or physical repercussions that have been associated with Adderall's misuse, abuse and recreational use.