Jenna Stanbrough is a senior from Emporia majoring in mass media. This is her seventh semester working for the Baker Orange, and her third year serving as the news editor. Her favorite part of being on the Baker Orange staff is interviewing and learning about a variety of students, faculty and staff on campus. Outside of newspaper, Jenna is on the Baker cross country and track team.
The Baker University dance team has earned an automatic berth to the NAIA National Invitational with a first-place finish at the West Regional Qualifier in Oklahoma City.
Recent student work is now on display in the Holt-Russell Gallery. The gallery is open from 11 a.m.-3 p.m. Monday-Friday, and the work will be on display until April 12.
Jenna Stanbrough gives the recipe and instructions for vanilla bean scones.
Although the admissions report at the Feb. 18 faculty senate meeting indicated a few decreasing numbers, the BU admissions office expects the number of incoming students to be similar to last year's class. The ultimate goal is to bring in 220 freshmen and 55 transfers for the 2014-15 academic year.
As part of the Baker Orange do-it-yourself series for arts and entertainment, news editor Jenna Stanbrough explains how to create an accessory frame hanger.
The Baker University softball team finished its weekend at the Oklahoma Baptist University Spring Festival with a record of 3-1, improving their season record to 5-4.
After the retirement of Ruth Sarna, Baker University has officially hired a new full-time nurse for the student health center. Jody Mitchell, an advanced practice registered nurse (APRN), was named to the position last week.
The Baker Art Club gave henna tattoos in Harter Union Feb. 20 in order to raise money for the organization.
Jenna Stanbrough gives the recipe and instructions for Cranberry Bliss Cookies.
The Baker University softball team opened its season at the Cowtown Classic in Ft. Worth, Tex., coming out of the weekend with a 2-3 record.