Speech Center helps students overcome fear of public speaking

With thorough preparation and practice, it is possible to overcome nervousness and perform well in front of an audience. The Speech Center strives to offer students this opportunity.

BU Greek system ranked third in Best College Reviews

In Best College Reviews’ most recent college ranking for Greek life, Baker has been named as the third best among schools around the country. This is the first time that the Baker Greek system has been nationally recognized.

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Quayle Bible exhibit tells the story of King David

Each year the Quayle Library picks a topic to create an educational display. This year's focus is King David.

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Focus on fitness in Baldwin City

Two local gym owners are hustling to keep up with the growing demand for health and fitness services.

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Catholic ministry looks to create spark on campus

If you asked juniors or seniors on Baker’s campus what they knew about the Catholic community here, most would not have any idea. For the past few years, the campus ministry for the Catholic Church has been mostly invisible to students. However, all of that may be about to change.

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Greek recruitment yields 111 new members

A total of 60 women have joined Baker University's three Panhellenic sororities, and 51 men have joined its four fraternities.

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Freshman class enrollment lower than average

This year's freshman class is down to 184 from last year's 224 students, but school officials say many factors explain the decrease for the class of 2019.

Homecoming to leave students 'Shipwrecked in Wildcat Nation'

The weather is cooling down, tailgating is back in fashion, and school is in session. What’s next for the Baker University campus? Homecoming week. This year’s theme is "Shipwrecked in Wildcat Nation."

Active Minds raises awareness about suicide

Active Minds is hosting The Truth about Suicide during suicide awareness week at 9 p.m. on Sept. 9 in Owens AV room.

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Olivia Beins receives Delta Mu Delta Board Award

Junior Olivia Beins has been selected as one of 27 recipients of the Delta Mu Delta Board Award, a scholarship that recognizes students for their academic excellence, character and ethical behavior.