When junior Ben Sobek was crowned Homecoming king on Oct. 5, he realized he had accomplished one of his goals – to make his college experience more meaningful than his high school one.
Junior McLain Clemens is set apart on Baker's campus by his long, chock-full set of golden dreadlocks. The locks, which reach to the middle of his back, are set to be cut off in December.
Befriending 50 women can seem a daunting task to most men, but not for the daring men who become houseboys.
With most Baker University students enrolled for the spring semester, some have also selected to take an interterm course.
The Lambda chapter of Delta Delta Delta sorority is hosting a chili feed to raise funds for its philanthropy, St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital.
Carolyn Stefanco, the third finalist for the 29th Baker University presidency, met with various university constituencies on Monday and Tuesday. The current vice president for academic affairs and dean of the college for Agnes Scott College was the final candidate to visit campus.
Lawyer C.L. Lindsay will be speaking about how students can stay out of trouble with the law at 9 p.m. Tuesday in McKibbin Recital Hall.
After all department chairs on campus met and ranked the possible faculty position openings according to priority, five faculty positions are set to be filled for the 2014-2015 academic school year.
Charles Taylor, one of three finalists in the university presidential search, only applied for the presidency of one institution -- Baker University. Taylor, who serves as the vice president for academic affairs for Drury University, met with various constituencies on the Baldwin City campus Thursday.
After growing up in a town much like Baldwin City and spending her undergraduate years at an institution similar to Baker University, Lynne Murray was immediately interested in the university’s 29th presidency.