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Lady Dimistrescu (center) and her three daughters Daniela, Cassandra and Bela (Left-right) capture their victims and drink their blood.

“Resident Evil Village:” exquisitely crafted but light on horror

Story by Will Hanson, Arts and Entertainment Editor May 17, 2021

“Resident Evil Village” is the eighth official entry in the “Resident Evil” game series. Developed by Capcom, the game serves as a direct sequel to 2017’s highly revered “Resident Evil VII:...

Due to COVID-19, movie theaters are facing potential shut down. The Hollywood Theaters in Lawrence, Kan. has been shut down since the beginning of the pandemic.

Movie theaters look to reopen their doors

Story by Jamie Pellikaan, Staff Writer May 13, 2021

2020 proved a difficult year for the movie theater industry. Between quarantine and movie studios releasing movies via streaming platforms rather than on the big screen, there was an estimated loss of...

Makeup and hairstyling in film have evolved in recent years, highlighting the importance of portraying characters most effectively through appearance.

Makeup and hairstyling in film: a brief history

Story by Will Hanson, Arts and Entertainment Editor April 14, 2021

Makeup and hairstyling have been a part of storytelling in film for many years. Before being a part of the filmmaking process, makeup had been a part of society, with the earliest records of makeup being...

On Mar. 25, Baker University band gathered together to perform for a limited audience in Rice Auditorium.

Baker University Band holds indoor concert

Story by Maria Gutierrez, Staff Writer March 28, 2021

On Mar. 25, the Baker University Symphonic Winds and Jazz Band held their first in-house concert in Rice Auditorium since the start of the pandemic. Though they were able to have an outdoor concert...

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Theatre production of “Women Playing Hamlet”

Story by Caitlyn Baker, Staff Writer March 11, 2021

The Baker University Theatre Department is bringing a modern comedic twist to an old tragedy with the production of “Women Playing Hamlet." This play composed of four actresses playing a total of 18...

Senior Terrel Simpson (a.k.a Ysl Rel) and his growing music career

Senior Terrel Simpson (a.k.a Ysl Rel) and his growing music career

Story by Will Hanson, Arts and Entertainment Editor March 9, 2021

Senior Terrel Simpson, also known as Ysl Rel, has been releasing his original rap music for the past year and a half. As a lover of music, Simpson is passionate about writing and releasing his own...

Senior Kaeli Whitener showcases her Squishmallow collection

Senior Kaeli Whitener showcases her Squishmallow collection

Story by Will Hanson, Arts and Entertainment Editor February 12, 2021

Everyone has a hobby, whether that hobby is painting, writing, reading or collecting. In the case of one Baker University student, a hobby is collecting cute and huggable plushies. Senior Kaeli Whitener...

Sophomore Shayla Garcia staying in character during her performance.

Theatre program hosts classic radio show performances through Zoom

Story by Maya Hodison, Writer November 24, 2020

During the COVID-19 pandemic, the fine arts communities have been vastly affected. Figuring out how to socially distance on stage, wearing masks and performing without audiences have caused struggles,...

Brendan on the Block: Ghost Hunters Edition

November 6, 2020

In this week' episode of Brendan on the Block, Brendan visits some allegedly haunted places on campus to find out if there really are ghosts hanging around some of Baker's historical buildings.

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