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Recess Study Break

Students play on Hartley Plaza Wednesday afternoon during Recess as a part of Stress Out Week, hosted by Active Minds at Baker University. Stress Out Week is a week filled with activities to help students relieve their stress during finals. Some of the other activities included screaming outside and ice ...

Step Dedication

The renovation of the plaza includes steps and a seating area with picnic tables. The steps were a gift from Director of Natural Areas Roger Boyd and his family.

Dance National Championship Reception

A reception for the Baker University dance team's national championship was held in Harter Union Lobby Wednesday.

Sean Dooley

A number of students, faculty and staff attended a reception Friday to meet head men's basketball coach Sean Dooley and his family.

Alumni Center

One year ago, the women of Phi Mu sorority moved out of their campus home for good. In the fall of 2011, the building opened back up as the Baker University Alumni Center.

Sauder Garden

Directly behind the chapel is one of my favorite places on campus, The Sauder Garden.

Denious Ribbon Cutting

Members of the Baker University Board of Trustees and campus members listen to University President Pat Long as she talks about the renovations made to Denious Hall during the ribbon-cutting ceremony Friday.

Sexual Assault Awareness

This week is Sexual Assault Awareness Week where many students are spreading the word about this type of violence. The week began with the Panty Line Project, where underwear with messages of fear, hate and sadness were strung across the Grape Arbor.

Tunnel of Oppression

The Tunnel of Oppression caught the emotions of many students at Baker University Wednesday in Irwin Hall. The event opened with a room full of images and tri-fold boards, which talked about different types of oppression as well certain events in the world that caused oppression.

Recycled Art

Using recyclables was a common theme for members Baker University of Greek Life last week. Each of the Greek Week teams worked hard all week collecting recyclable goods to put to good use in building an "artistic masterpiece" for the challenge of Recyclable Art. All pieces were due at 3 ...

Greek Week Talent Show

The Greek Week Council put on a talent show April 13 for members of Baker Greek chapters to show off their amazing skills. Loud Noises started the night off with a lively performance and got everyone laughing. After the performance from Loud Noises, the four acts of the night hit ...

SAC at Sporting KC

Student Activities Council put on an unique opportunity for Baker students on April 14. Students received free tickets to the Sporting KC soccer game, and saw the team earn a 1-0 win over the Real Salt Lake. The game was packed and filled with anyone and everyone who wanted to ...

Chalk the Walk

The Baker University Greek chapters got creative on Thursday with the Chalk the Walk competition. Each team used their artistic talents to chalk up a design that included their animal name for the week, incorporated the theme "Animal House" and showed support for the Greek Community by including all chapter ...

Greek Games

This week is the prime time for Greeks chapters on Baker's campus. Many came out to support the different events of Greek Week and fight to be crowned the overall champion

BU's spring colors

Even though the first week back from spring break has been filled with rain, there has been one bright side to the recent weather. Spring colors have once again filled Baker campus, making the walk to class so much more enjoyable. During the winter months, campus can become a little ...

Recycling

I will be the first to admit that I am terrible about remembering to recycle. However, since Jan. 1 I have been making a conscience effort to do better. One of my New Year’s resolutions was to include recycling into my daily routine. It’s an simple concept but when you ...

Week of Weather

The weather in Baldwin City has been nothing short of unpredictable this week. Within the last five days, we have taken shelter during a tornado warning, ridden bikes across campus during 70 degree weather and worn warm clothes and boots walking through the short-lived snow. After growing up in the ...

Softball in the Springtime

As a member of the Baker University softball team, this is an exciting time for me. We had our opening tournament a few weeks ago, and will return to action March 9 in Conway, Ark. This long layoff has been beneficial to the team, but I know we are all ...

BU's Late-Night Beauty

After spending many late nights at the library, like most students, I have come to find out that Baker's campus is beautiful at night. I had a splurge of creativity one night as I was leaving the library to capture the landscape and it turned out to capture the beauty ...

President's Day

On most days, I look up at the American flag that waves above Parmenter Hall and keep on walking without a second thought. However, on Feb. 20, the flag that I see every day had a much greater impact. On President’s Day I gazed at the American flag moving in ...

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