Baker students share their mixed responses toward the recent president-elect Donald Trump.
Director of Student Life Randy Flowers recently won the Markley Award at the National Association for Campus Activities Central Conference.
A disconnect between Baker students and the recycling process might be fixable if more students were proactive in making recycling a priority. Many Baker students report difficulties in recycling despite multiple places on campus to dispose of recyclables.
Many little girls dream of the day they will hear a marriage proposal. Senior Brittany Windom got to be that little girl for a day when senior Rick Rosas proposed to her on Oct. 11 in front of the Zeta Tau Alpha sorority house.
From being the manager of the cross country and track teams to a member of Student Senate, senior Luke Miltz is involved in many campus activities. Now, Miltz has the unusual opportunity to work closely with Delta Delta Delta sorority's national office.
Baker’s exercise science program recently completed the process for accreditation from the Committee of Accreditation for the Exercise Sciences, making Baker the first college in the state of Kansas and the 45th in the nation to achieve this standard.
Stolen cars, slashed tires and break-ins have been topics of discussion on campus this semester. Director of Campus Security Roger Hamilton has noticed break-ins and vandalism have increased noticeably this semester.
Flu shots are now being offered in the Student Health Center. For students, the price to get a shot is $20, and for faculty and staff it is $25.
Senior Sarah Lambert is this year’s grand prize winner in the Baker Organizational Observation for Knowledge Program, better known as the BOOK Program, which prompts students to get the most out of their internships.
As election day draws closer, Baker’s Student Activities Council is making plans for an election watch party, and some students are becoming more vocal about the importance of voting.