Sara Bell is a senior mass media major from Sedalia, Mo. This is her sixth semester working for the Baker Orange and she currently serves as the editor. At Baker, Bell is the vice president of public relations and marketing for Alpha Chi Omega sorority and is a member of the National Society of Collegiate Scholars and Gamma Sigma Alpha honor society. Bell has also worked as the Orange's online editor and sports editor. In the summer of 2013, she was a public relations/media intern for the Akron Racers, a women's professional fastpitch softball team based in Akron, Ohio.
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For Lynne Murray, the 29th president of Baker University, her new role as the university’s chief officer is an opportunity to pay tribute to the individuals who made a difference in her undergraduate life.
The Baker University Board of Trustees announced Thursday that Lynne Murray has been selected as the 29th president of Baker University.
The Baker University men's soccer and football teams advanced to the second round of the NAIA playoffs. The men's soccer team will take on Ashford University on Dec. 2 in Montgomery, Ala., while the football team hosts Morningside College at Liston Stadium on Saturday.
The Baker University volleyball team fell in four sets to MidAmerica Nazarene University during the Heart of America Athletic Conference tournament championship.
The Baker University volleyball team advanced to the Heart of America Athletic Conference tournament final after defeating No. 2 seed Evangel University in five sets on Wednesday.
Carolyn Stefanco, the third finalist for the 29th Baker University presidency, met with various university constituencies on Monday and Tuesday. The current vice president for academic affairs and dean of the college for Agnes Scott College was the final candidate to visit campus.
Charles Taylor, one of three finalists in the university presidential search, only applied for the presidency of one institution -- Baker University. Taylor, who serves as the vice president for academic affairs for Drury University, met with various constituencies on the Baldwin City campus Thursday.
After growing up in a town much like Baldwin City and spending her undergraduate years at an institution similar to Baker University, Lynne Murray was immediately interested in the university’s 29th presidency.
The Presidential Search Committee announced Tuesday it has identified three final candidates for the 29th presidency of Baker University. The finalists are scheduled to visit campus separately on Nov. 4-5, 7-8 and 11-12.
The Baker University volleyball team had its eyes set on one thing Tuesday -- staying perfect in the Heart of America Athletic Conference. The only problem: No. 6 MidAmerica Nazarene University had the same goal in mind.