Taylor Shuck is a senior from Lawrence, majoring in Mass Media. After three years on the Orange staff, Taylor will be spending her final year with the Orange as the Editor. She is a parMentor for the university and recently finished an internship with Entercom as the promotions intern. She is interested in all aspects of media and multimedia and uses her Orange experiences to broaden her knowledge and to gain hands-on experience in the field.
Effective on July 1, Baker has outsourced its public safety department to NMS Security, a division of NANA Management Services based out of Alaska.
President Lynne Murray met with media from the area today to talk about her hopes and potential roadblocks at Baker University.
Summer Bridge students ended their short stint at Baker last week with a slew of finals. These recent high school graduates came to Baker as a jumpstart to college, a way to put them ahead of the rest.
With all of Gessner Hall, the New Living Center and Horn and Markham Apartments at full male capacity, Irwin Hall will be housing men this year as well.
Senior Teresa Drovetta and her father Dave Drovetta are earning their respective degrees from Baker University.
Managing Editor Taylor Shuck recounts her experience at the faculty senate meeting and her reaction to the decision not to reinstate the QS 112 linked course.
Seniors John Patchen and Michael Preut swept the undergraduate categories at the Kansas Association of Historians in Wichita.
Faculty Senate voted to keep the requirements for Quest 112 as they stand now, with no required linked course, and passed program changes that will go into effect in 2015.
Managing Editor Taylor Shuck talks about how getting a pitbull/terrier mix puppy has changed her life in more ways than one -- 10 ways to be exact.
Faculty Senate will vote May 6 on whether to reinstate the linked-course requirement for Quest 112. Last year, Faculty Senate voted to get rid of the linked course, meaning that freshmen were required to take only three hours of general education instead of six during their second semester.