The Baker Orange

Choirs set to perform for fall concert

Story by Katie

October 24, 2012


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The Baker music department will host its fall choir concert at 7:30 p.m. Friday in Rice Auditorium. The concert will feature all three of Baker's choirs: concert, chamber and community. "I think the pieces we've chosen this year are great and I hope people come out and support what is coming togeth...

Heiman expects ‘Robin Hood’ production to generate laughter

Story by Abby

October 24, 2012


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Expect audience involvement, actors laughing throughout the play and a childish sense of mind from the next theater production, “Robin Hood.” The play will feature eight actors, who will play multiple roles. This is the first time this play has been at Baker, and according to Associate Profes...

Yoga class offers option to relieve stress

Story by Cassady Clinkscale

October 11, 2012


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As the stress of classes begins to weigh on Baker students, many are attempting to find any possible way to relax. Fortunately, there may be a solution for those searching for a way to wind down. Professor of Spanish Sandra Schumm teaches a beginner-level yoga course that she says “helps with r...

Artist’s show features ‘Object-ive Vision’

Artist’s show features ‘Object-ive Vision’

Story by Taylor

October 11, 2012


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It’s a frequently asked question: “Is there such a thing as ‘love at first sight?’” and if you ask artist Jim Sallenbach, his answer will be “absolutely.” When Sallenbach entered the Baldwin Lumberyard Arts Center in 2010 for the first time, he fell in lov...

BVLLA begins second year of melee battles

BVLLA begins second year of melee battles

Story by Tera

October 3, 2012


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At 4 p.m. every Sunday on Mabee Lawn, the sounds of crashing weapons and battle cries can be heard across the Baker University campus. This is the Baker Vniversity Lifeless Language Association (BVLLA) holding its weekly melee battle using foam weapons and shields. “Its just an opportunity f...

Theater students set for first production

Theater students set for first production

Story by Abby

October 3, 2012


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A dead body floating around the stage, people hiding in an assortment of places, and a dress that goes missing. Those are just some of the many sights that audiences will be seeing in the first theater production of the year. “Out of Order” will be presented at 7:30 p.m. Thursday throug...

Balch hosts Orton Cone Box Show

Balch hosts Orton Cone Box Show

Story by Katie

October 3, 2012


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Whoever said great things come in small packages must have been talking about the Orton International Cone Box Show. The show is a biannual exhibition of ceramic art that must be able to fit into an Orton Standard Cone Box, which measures approximately 3” x 3” x 6”. Whil...

BU art ‘legend’ displays retrospective exhibition

Story by Steven Stendebach

October 3, 2012


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Walter Bailey, emeritus professor of art, will be hosting an art exhibition Thursday through Nov. 6 at Holt-Russell Gallery in Parmenter Hall. The opening of the exhibition is from 3:30 to 5:30 p.m. and from 8 to 9 p.m Thursday. “Out of Fifty: Walt Bailey Retrospective” will feature work ...

Baker’s Got Talent kicks off Family Weekend

Baker’s Got Talent kicks off Family Weekend

September 28, 2012


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In celebration of family weekend, students performed in the fourth annual "Baker's Got Talent" show Sept. 21 in Rice Auditorium. Seniors Will Schowalter and Kyrie Bair served as the hosts for the event, and introduced junior Brian Lamoreux and sophomore Brandon Haefke as the opening act. The duo pe...

Choral students to sing at fundraiser

Story by Abby

September 27, 2012


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Members of the Baker University choirs will showcase their individual talents from 6 to 9 p.m. Saturday at Moni’s Seafood and Barbecue for a fundraiser for the music program. The fundraiser will benefit the choirs by raising money to help them with various expenses, such as recruiting trips and re...

Organizations host Zumba classes

Organizations host Zumba classes

Story by Sara

September 26, 2012


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With more than 14 million people taking Zumba Fitness classes across the world, organizations on Baker University’s campus are catching on to the growing trend. According to the Zumba Fitness website, the dance-fitness program is the largest and most successful program of its kind. Over 140,00...

Lumberyard Arts Center hosts art walk

Lumberyard Arts Center hosts art walk

September 20, 2012


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The Lumberyard Arts Center hosted its final art walk of the year Sept. 14 at Eighth and High Streets. There were multiple vendors from flower arrangements to pottery. Coffee and baked goods were donated from Jitters Java and the Baldwin City Hestia Club. There was also a sidewalk decorating contest for an...