Cassie Smith is sophomore from Nixa, Mo. majoring in mass media with an emphasis in multimedia. This is her third semester working for The Baker Orange. She is currently serving as the voices and lifestyle’s editor. Cassie’s favorite part about writing for The Baker Orange is the simple joy she gets from writing and the impact writing news can have on individuals and a community. In addition to the paper, Cassie is involved in concert choir, Fellowship of Christian Athletes, Baker Ambassadors and a recent alumnae of the Zeta Alpha chapter of Phi Mu.
Sophomore Cassie Smith discusses how summer brings family traditions to light.
Baker University’s production of the comedy “Luv” is scheduled to take place Thursday through Sunday in Rice Auditorium.
The Big Event, a day filled with students participating in community service, took place for the second year in a row Saturday at different venues in Baldwin City.
Eleven Baker University Mungano members participated in the Big XII Conference on Black Student Government, where they learned about effective leadership as well as other cultures.
Sophomore Cassie Wells faces a dilemma before her wedding, but is thankful for the support of her family and friends.
Madison Mater is taking part in the Maurices modeling contest that started by a submission of photographs and an application. From that, the number of contestants in the competition is cut down.
Denious Hall was renovated during the fall semester and the admissions and financial aid office moved into the building during December.
Baker’s Mungano and Office of Multicultural Affairs have scheduled events throughout the month of February to honor Black History Month.
Sophomore Cassie Wells discusses how she is thankful for her expanded family and their support of her upcoming plans.
While Pinterest is taking the female world by storm, newly founded Gentlemint is creeping up with numerous men requesting to be invited to the site.