Editor Taylor Shuck and print editor Kayla Infanti recap the year and explain the lessons learned throughout their time as editors.
Design Editor Kayla Infanti relates her recent experience in a car accident to life after college.
Despite the time-honored tradition, Baker University has no formal policy addressing how long students should wait for professors who do not show up to class on time.
Junior Kayla Infanti addresses the privileges of Baker University student media.
Sophomore Kayla Infanti contemplates if Baker University Dining Services' change to Sodexo was a good decision by the university.
November is almost over, and with that comes cold weather, end-of-semester papers and projects and what seems like the busiest part of the year. All of that together makes the perfect environment for No Shave November.
Sophomore Kayla Infanti discusses how there has been an increase in popularity in zombie apocalyptic television shows and movies as the date of Dec. 21, the day the Mayans predicted for the world to end, approaches.
Baker University alumnus Connor Bechard, who is now an executive office assistant and a men’s basketball graduate assistant, has been connecting with some students by releasing his music through social media such as Twitter.
Director of Financial Aid Jeanne Mott was honored recently with two awards from the Rocky Mountain Association of Student Financial Aid Administrators.
The student online resource Moodle will be transitioning to an updated version to provide a newer, more flexible and feature-filled website.
University Minister Ira DeSpain spoke to students and members of the Gay-Straight Alliance on the topic of homosexuality and how it is addressed in the Bible.
The future of Baker University’s dining services has been a hot topic of debate among faculty members over the past few months. After two potential companies were eliminated, Sodexo Inc. is the only suitor remaining that could replace Baker’s current dining services.
'Tis the season for politics, but let's be honest -- how many students are actually happy about this?
Every fall semester, students have the opportunity to join three different choirs at Baker University. The concert choir and chamber choir both require an audition, and the community choir is open to Baker students and the Baldwin City community.
Students, alumni and community members teamed up Saturday and headed out to the sand volleyball courts at Sigma Phi Epsilon and Delta Tau Delta fraternities to participate in the annual Spiking Out volleyball tournament in support of Youth Aids and more specifically, Douglas County Aids Project.
Roger Boyd, director of natural areas and emeritus professor of biology, along with his son, Jonathan, and wife, Mary, have been installing stone steps in Hartley Plaza outside of Harter Union.
Sophomore Lauren Williams was recently awarded the Frank Newman Civic Fellow award for her community service efforts on campus.
This month specifically through LeadHERship, the women’s leadership program, students can nominate influential women on the Baldwin City campus, whether they are students, faculty or staff.
Student senate elections for executive board members and class officers for next year will begin Tuesday. Executive board elections will be held Tuesday and class officer elections will be held April 23.
Baker Farm Hands will be in Harter Union during lunch this week through Thursday handing out adopt-a-seedling kits in anticipation of Earth Day.
Members of the Baker University baseball team were able to experience a bit of perfection and share in school history when senior Nathan Wheelock pitched a perfect game.
Freshman Kayla Infanti discusses how the vampire trend is overdone in movie theaters.
Freshman Kayla Infanti discusses how she was disappointed with the Super Bowl commercials.