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Irwin to become a co-ed dorm

With all of Gessner Hall, the New Living Center and Horn and Markham Apartments at full male capacity, Irwin Hall will be housing men this year as well.

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Father and daughter graduate together

Senior Teresa Drovetta and her father Dave Drovetta are earning their respective degrees from Baker University.

SAC to provide Finals Frenzy study breaks

The Baker University Student Activities Council will be arranging study breaks for students during finals week.

Seniors sweep undergraduate history categories

Seniors John Patchen and Michael Preut swept the undergraduate categories at the Kansas Association of Historians in Wichita.

Faculty Senate votes against linked class

Faculty Senate voted to keep the requirements for Quest 112 as they stand now, with no required linked course, and passed program changes that will go into effect in 2015.

ParMentors add 12 new members

ParMentors recently welcomed 12 new students into its campus service group.

Faculty Senate to vote on linked-course requirement

Faculty Senate will vote May 6 on whether to reinstate the linked-course requirement for Quest 112. Last year, Faculty Senate voted to get rid of the linked course, meaning that freshmen were required to take only three hours of general education instead of six during their second semester.

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Long to give final commencement speech

University President Pat Long will be the keynote speaker at the 2014 undergraduate commencement ceremony May 18.

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Union to reopen for Alumni Weekend

The Harter Union is set to be fully open for Alumni Weekend on May 16-18, with a reception for the 50th anniversary alumni scheduled for May 17 in the newly renovated space in the eastern part of the union.

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Myra Glover: the woman behind the presidency

Executive Assistant Myra Glover started in the president’s office at the same time as retiring President Pat Long. She serves as a gatekeeper for the information that actually gets to Long’s desk, filtering and handling work that can be done without the president’s stamp of approval.