Starting Sept. 9, Baker Serves' “Civic Engagement" begins. Civic Engagement is a yearlong project with the goal of finding different ways for Baker students to serve the community.
The sixth annual Majors Fair will be held on the floor of the Collins Center on Sept. 23 at 11 a.m.
Although President Lynne Murray has been asked repeatedly what she hopes to do for Baker, she believes it will take conversations with faculty, staff and students to really understand the direction of the university.
The fifth annual County Line Clash football game between Baker and Ottawa is approaching, which means that the fourth annual Tackling Hunger Food Drive is underway for bragging rights between the two schools.
The Students Activity Council (SAC) is prepared to help welcome new and returning students, faculty, staff, alumni and surrounding community members to the Baker campus with its Back 2 School Bash.
Sophomore Lauren Freking completed an internship on Capitol Hill in Washington, D.C., to learn about politics and accounting.
Zach Kindler, Baker University’s track and field and cross country coach, died late Monday night from severe cardiac arrest. There will be a prayer service for the Kindler family on Wednesday, Aug. 6, at 11 a.m. in the Osborne Chapel.
With holidays, interterm and breaks causing scheduling conflicts, Baker students will have classes up until the weekend before finals and will begin their finals on a Monday.
This fall, Baker is welcoming many new staff and faculty members, including the new Assistant Professor of Religious Studies Nicholaus Pumphrey and the new Assistant Professor of Marketing Nadia Novotorova. While at Baker, both Pumphrey and Novotorova hope to be able to take students overseas with them to experience cultures and abolish stereotypes.
Effective on July 1, Baker has outsourced its public safety department to NMS Security, a division of NANA Management Services based out of Alaska.