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Enrollment spike attributed to campus-wide efforts

The incoming Baker University class is already making a large impression on campus as one of the largest groups to enter Baker University with 292 new students enrolled for the fall term. This figure includes 240 freshmen and 52 transfer students.

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A Kwik Change: 'The Kwik’ moves across the street

As Baker students returned to the Baldwin City campus for the fall term, many were surprised to find "the Kwik" in a different location.

BU student no longer enrolled following sexual abuse charges

A Baker University student-athlete facing charges for aggravated indecent liberties with a 14-year old child is no longer enrolled for the upcoming fall semester.

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Zieglers find small rattlesnake in outside grill

Not strangers to random encounters with wildlife, Baker professors Rand and Marci Ziegler were surprised at the appearance of a rare and dangerous reptile on the grill in their forested backyard.

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Pokémon Go is catching campus by storm

Since its release, Pokémon Go has taken over the mobile gaming world along with the real world, including the BU campus.

BU student charged with aggravated indecent liberties

A 20-year-old Baker student-athlete is facing charges of aggravated indecent liberties with a child.

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NERDs program prepares students for college

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The NERDs program, Baker University's pre-college summer institute, pushes students to grow both inside and outside of the classroom.

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Baker student discusses extreme fear of ticks

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Junior Caylea Syler experiences anxiety when she thinks about a tiny parasite like a tick.

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Talking transgender: the bathroom debate on campus

Baker students have joined the transgender bathroom debate through social media posts and classroom conversations.

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Mungano president preparing for graduate school

After struggling academically during her early semesters at Baker, Mungano President Lauren Allen-Brown developed into a campus leader. She will be among the 119 seniors from the College of Arts and Sciences to walk across the Collins Center stage during Sunday's commencement ceremony.