Christopher Duderstadt

Editor

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Chris Duderstadt is a senior from Overland Park, Kan. majoring in mass media. This is his sixth semester working for the The Baker Orange. This is his first semester serving as editor. He previously served as the sports editor for two years. Outside of newspaper, Chris is involved in cross country and track and is a member of the Gamma Theta chapter of Delta Tau Delta.

Recent Stories

Women's golf wins conference tournament, advances to nationals

The Baker University women's golf team won its first Heart of America Athletic Conference Tournament in school history Monday and Tuesday at Spring Lake Country Club in Quincy, Ill.

Softball season ends with HAAC semifinal loss to MNU

The Baker University softball team defeated Benedictine College 7-0 in the opening round of the Heart of America Athletic Conference Tournament Sunday before falling to MidAmerica Nazarene University 2-1 in a semifinal matchup at the Blue Valley Recreation Complex in Overland Park.

Duderstadt looks back on past four years at Baker

Senior Chris Duderstadt reflects on his decision to go to college at Baker University and how his life has changed during his time as a Wildcat.

Men's golf finishes second at HAAC Tournament

The Baker University men's golf team finished as the runner-up in the Heart of America Athletic Conference Championship Tournament Monday and Tuesday at Mozingo Lake Golf Course in Maryville, Mo. The women's team will play its conference tournament Monday and Tuesday at Spring Lake Country Club in Quincy, III.

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Former BU pitcher makes MLB debut

Former Baker University baseball player Vidal Nuno was promoted from Triple-A Scranton/Wilkes-Barre to make his first appearance in the major leagues with the New York Yankees.

Golf teams win home invitational

After earning third-place finishes at the CMU Invite April 15-16 in Boonville, Mo., the Baker University men's and women's golf teams came back Wednesday and Thursday to win the Baker University Spring Invitational Tournament on their home course of Alvamar Golf Club in Lawrence.

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Six former Wildcats chase NFL dreams

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Six former Baker University football players have worked out for NFL teams over the past month to try to help the chances of being drafted or signing a contract with a professional team as an undrafted free agent.

AGB search consultant outlines presidential search process

Julie Tea, a consultant of the Association of Governing Boards, visited the Baldwin City campus from March 25-28 to speak to Baker students, faculty, staff, alumni, trustees and community leaders about the process of finding the university’s next president.

Softball splits with Benedictine, William Penn

After sweeping Graceland University and Culver-Stockton College in its first two conference doubleheaders, the Baker University softball team split a doubleheader with Benedictine College Tuesday by winning game one 5-4 and dropping the nightcap 3-1.

Faculty senate votes to eliminate QS 112 linked course

Altering the Quest general education program for the second time in two weeks, the Baker University Faculty Senate voted Tuesday to completely remove the requirement to take a linked course to accompany QS 112.

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