Sigma Phi Epsilon fraternity will host its annual philanthropy volleyball tournament, Spiking Out, on April 26.
After 123 years, plans are finally in the works to build a campus gate for the House of Hanover.
Five new officers have been elected to the Baker University Student Senate executive board. Junior Rachel Haley will serve as the 2014-2015 student senate president and hopes to help student senate have more of a presence and awareness on campus.
As the president of Mungano, BU’s student-run diversity organization, junior Ty Sloan often has trouble finding others who are willing to hold honest conversations about issues of race, politics and sexual orientation.
April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month. Along with the Red Flag Campaign, two student symposiums and other special events will be held to raise awareness on the BU campus.
At nine weeks old, Otis Reed was diagnosed with intractable epilepsy, a disease resistant to any form of treatment. In May, the 2-year old and his parents will be moving to Colorado to seek medical marijuana treatment for Otis' regular seizures.
It has been associated with fraud, risk and anarchy, yet many questions still exist about what will come next for the new trend in currency, Bitcoin.
Baker University’s student television and radio stations, KNBU-TV and KNBU-FM, have been honored with six awards from the Kansas Association of Broadcasters.
During the fall 2014 semester, Baker will welcome five new professors to the Baldwin City campus. The university has already hired a professor of biology to replace retiring professor Cal Cink and added a new professor to join the Mass Media & Visual Arts Department.
Now that Colorado residents are free to walk into marijuana dispensaries every day, the debate about legalization has spread to other parts of the country, including Baldwin City.