Taylor Shuck is a junior from Lawrence. She is majoring in Mass Media - Multimedia, and this is her fourth semester on staff. She is currently the managing editor for the Orange and a parMentor for the university and just recently finished an internship with Entercom and 96.5 The Buzz as the promotions intern. She is interested in all aspects of multimedia and uses the Orange to broaden her experiences in the field. Ultimately, she wants to get newspaper experience through the Baker Orange that will further her career options later on in life.
Many Baker University students are making travel plans for spring break March 17-21.
Professor of Biology Cal Cink will be retiring at the end of the school year after 38 years at Baker.
The Baldwin City Recreation Commission recently added a disc golf course located at 1825 N 100 Rd., near the Baldwin City Lake.
Managing Editor Taylor Shuck tells the story of how she broke social norms and deleted her Twitter account.
For 14 years, Chief Human Resources Officer Connie Deel and her mother Ann Fothergill, or “Pud” as she is lovingly called, have traveled to all Baker women’s basketball games.
Some students took this interterm as an opportunity to explore more than just their hometown--they went abroad. Three groups of students took different travel interterm adventures to Spain, Yucatan and regions of Europe in what senior Shelby Equels says was a “fun experience before going back to school.”
Although it started out as just a Mexican Restaurant, El Patron has turned into what owner Beto Aguilar calls "Mexican food with a bar atmosphere."
Managing Editor Taylor Shuck collected a list of 10 reasons why the topic should at least be discussed, if not used to influence a policy change.
Tobacco companies are creating and marketing electronic cigarettes with claims that the products are therapeutic and safe, but this is unsubstantiated.
Three Baker students were nominated by their parts in BU productions to compete for scholarships from the Irene Ryan Foundation.