Julia Sanders is a freshman from De Soto majoring in secondary education with a minor in psychology. After participating in yearbook through high school, she decided to continue working in media at Baker. In addition to newspaper, she also participates in Student Activities Council and Baker Serves.
Baker University’s sororities and fraternities will be hosting their annual Staying Together After Graduation (STAG) events on May 20.
On May 15, Baker University’s radio station, 89.7 KNBU-FM, will no longer be on the air. Instead, it will only be available to be streamed online.
With classes canceled for Wednesday, April 26, students will be free to attend Dialogos, formally known as Scholars Symposium, to support their classmates who will be presenting their academic projects to faculty.
Baker University’s Sigma Phi Epsilon Fraternity will host the 16th annual Spiking Out and the third annual Shave a SigEp events on May 6.
The annual Water Wars begins on April 5. The competition is hosted by the Chapel Ambassadors.
Baker students will soon have the option to enroll in a summer travel interterm, and freshmen will no longer be required to take an interterm in their first year at Baker. Faculty Senate has approved these changes, which will now be submitted for administrative approval.
The Holt-Russell Gallery is currently hosting the Santa Fe Real exhibit, which features work from three realist painters. The exhibit will run through March 24.
Baker University’s Panhellenic Board has won two awards from the Association of Fraternal Leadership and Values.
Student Activities Council will host the Tunnel of Oppression from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Feb. 28, in the Holt-Russell Gallery. The event will include three new scenes highlighting forms of oppression.
Professor of Psychology Rand Ziegler and Senior Director of Financial Aid Jeanne Mott were recognized during the Celebration of Service ceremony on Jan. 24. for having served 35 years at Baker University.