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Sexual misconduct case under investigation

For the first time since 2010, a formal sexual misconduct case has been opened at Baker University. A criminal investigation is underway as well.

President selected for Service Academy Selection Board

U.S. Senator Jerry Moran has chosen 20 Kansans for his 2014 Kansas Service Academy Selection Board and Baker University President Lynne Murray made the list.

Ambassadors extend ministry outside chapel doors

Baker Ambassadors, a chosen group of students who applied to help lead campus ministry, meets twice a month on Sunday nights to help plan Thursday morning worship and special events.

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Campus minister raises student involvement

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Now that he has adjusted to the Baker campus, University Minister Kevin Hopkins wants to increase student involvement and give students a “faith home away from home.”

Alpha Chi aims to raise domestic violence awareness

Alpha Chi Omega sorority and the Student Activities Council is hosting Domestic Violence Awareness Week, starting Monday with the Red Flag Campaign.

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Freshman 15: fact or fiction?

The Freshman 15 is an ages-old horror story, but is it real?

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Freshmen make use of newly found freedom

Can parents expect a truthful answer when they ask their college-aged children how they are doing?

Absence policies differ among classes, cause confusion

With classes more than halfway through, Baker students have begun to notice differing attendance policies in their classes. Professors are able to set their own policies for class attendance, and the variance across classes has led to confusion for some students.

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Sophomore reaches out through Bible study

Kaitlyn Stout, a religious studies minor, has come back from the summer with a book that she believes can help guide her and her fellow Delta Delta Delta sisters in their new Bible study group.

HLC requirements affect interterm structure

Last year, Faculty Senate decided to allow variable credit hours for interterm courses so students could choose which classes they wanted to take partly based on the hours required. But with recent credit-hour requirements designated by the Higher Learning Commission, interterm is changing in the way it functions for both students and faculty.