Editor Taylor Shuck and print editor Kayla Infanti recap the year and explain the lessons learned throughout their time as editors.
Editor Taylor Shuck denounces Apple CEO Tim Cook for his hypocritical slam on the Religious Restoration Act in Indiana.
Editor Taylor Shuck tells how it's not the destination but the journey that matters.
The Mine, a local bar in Baldwin City, is home to many in the community. From locals to students, many frequent the down-home bar.
President Lynne Murray focused on the university's economic sustainability in a changing educational environment during her State of the University address on Feb. 17 in Rice Auditorium.
Editor Taylor Shuck discusses Gov. Sam Brownback's recent executive order and the effect it will have on Kansas.
Twitter dubbed 2014 “The Year of the Selfie” after the word was mentioned on the social media outlet more than 92 million times in that year alone. Now more than ever, teens and young adults are engrossed in the art of a selfie.
Editor Taylor Shuck recounts her experience at President Obama's speech at the University of Kansas on Thursday.
President Barack Obama delivered a speech to a packed house at the University of Kansas on Thursday. His remarks centered around his belief in "middle-class economics."
In a city the size of Baldwin City, homelessness is more of a myth than a physical reality. But on Monday, one staff member is aiming to raise awareness of the issue with the Legendary Project.
Interterm is underway on the Baldwin City campus and students of all ages find different pros and cons attached with the opportunity, which is unique to Baker.
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The annual Maple Leaf Festival draws in bustling crowds from across the Midwest. Baldwin City, which usually boasts a modest population of 4.500, expands to find room for approximately 35,000 attendees.
Editor Taylor Shuck discusses the possibility of freezing reproductive eggs and what it means for women's rights.
For the first time since 2010, a formal sexual misconduct case has been opened at Baker University. A criminal investigation is underway as well.
Last year, Faculty Senate decided to allow variable credit hours for interterm courses so students could choose which classes they wanted to take partly based on the hours required. But with recent credit-hour requirements designated by the Higher Learning Commission, interterm is changing in the way it functions for both students and faculty.
The official launch of RG Fiber was held outside Mabee Hall, with many Kansas leaders and dignitaries in attendance. RG Fiber was designed by a digital agency called the Reflective Group in an attempt to bring high speed internet to small town America.
Editor Taylor Shuck talks about how the Fight for $15 campaign, although a good idea in theory, is a threat to students with college degrees.
Students and young voters only made up about 19 percent of the 2008 electorate. Three Baker clubs are trying to increase that statistic.
Rehearsals for the University Community Choir have started as the group prepares for its first concert on Oct. 24.
Editor Taylor Shuck talks about the University of Kansas and its use of the term "non-consensual sex" in a rape case.
To start the 2014-15 school year, Baker University was faced with a pile of budget cuts that surprised faculty and staff.
After brain surgery, former Professor of Psychology Marc Carter has retired and Chair of Psychology Rand Ziegler will resume his old position as a professor
Editor Taylor Shuck talks about the hookup culture and how it has affected dating in college.
Although President Lynne Murray has been asked repeatedly what she hopes to do for Baker, she believes it will take conversations with faculty, staff and students to really understand the direction of the university.
The Students Activity Council (SAC) is prepared to help welcome new and returning students, faculty, staff, alumni and surrounding community members to the Baker campus with its Back 2 School Bash.
Sophomore Lauren Freking completed an internship on Capitol Hill in Washington, D.C., to learn about politics and accounting.
Zach Kindler, Baker University’s track and field and cross country coach, died late Monday night from severe cardiac arrest. There will be a prayer service for the Kindler family on Wednesday, Aug. 6, at 11 a.m. in the Osborne Chapel.
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.
After finding his calling in studio art during his extended time at BU, senior Alex Coffey will graduate May 18. The Department of Education says Coffey is part of the 60 percent of U.S. students who graduate within six years of starting college.
Executive Assistant Myra Glover started in the president’s office at the same time as retiring President Pat Long. She serves as a gatekeeper for the information that actually gets to Long’s desk, filtering and handling work that can be done without the president’s stamp of approval.
Managing editor Taylor Shuck reflects on the recent shooting at the Jewish Community Center in Overland Park.
As part of the Baker Orange do-it-yourself series for arts and entertainment, managing editor Taylor Shuck explains how to create dip-dyed denim shorts.
After 123 years, plans are finally in the works to build a campus gate for the House of Hanover.
At nine weeks old, Otis Reed was diagnosed with intractable epilepsy, a disease resistant to any form of treatment. In May, the 2-year old and his parents will be moving to Colorado to seek medical marijuana treatment for Otis' regular seizures.
During the fall 2014 semester, Baker will welcome five new professors to the Baldwin City campus. The university has already hired a professor of biology to replace retiring professor Cal Cink and added a new professor to join the Mass Media & Visual Arts Department.
Managing editor Taylor Shuck believes a go-with-the-flow philosophy does not always work.
Now that Colorado residents are free to walk into marijuana dispensaries every day, the debate about legalization has spread to other parts of the country, including Baldwin City.
Senior track and field athlete Katie Thurbon has been chosen as the U.S. female representative for student-athletes at the International University Sports Federation forum.
Sixteen Baker University music students will be leaving the country on Thursday and traveling to Ireland to learn from and perform with students in Dundalk, along with gaining other concert experiences.
Managing Editor Taylor Shuck discusses how college is a time to gain independence, not to keep leaning on parents for help.
Entertainment Editor Taylor Shuck, a self-professed Kings of Leon fan, reviews the band's concert March 5 at the Sprint Center in Kansas City, Mo.