The Baker Orange

Campus radio grows

Campus radio grows

Story by Kayla Infanti

November 3, 2011


Filed under Arts & Entertainment

On the Air Cate Richards and Gloria Atanmo discuss their on-air work on KNBU-FM. (requires Flash Player) The campus radio station, 89.7 the Edge KNBU-FM, has grown. Now, with 14 shows on air, more students have been behind the microphone to share their interests, musical tastes and opinions. M...

Liston name lives on

Liston name lives on

October 27, 2011


Filed under Arts & Entertainment

Legendary Baker alumnus Emil S. Liston has quite the list of achievements to his name. Liston was the athletic director and football coach for Baker University as well as the founder of the NAIA and a member of the Kansas Sports Hall of Fame. What he is best known for today, however, is Baker Univ...

Students promote study abroad programs

Students promote study abroad programs

Story by Abby

October 27, 2011


Filed under Arts & Entertainment

Junior Haven Ashley and senior Sarah Pembrook are taking their experiences of studying abroad last semester and putting them to good use. Ashley got accepted for an internship with the International Studies Abroad program, the company she used to study abroad last semester. The program helps studen...

Students promote study abroad programs

Students promote study abroad programs

Story by Abby

October 27, 2011


Filed under Arts & Entertainment

Junior Haven Ashley and senior Sarah Pembrook are taking their experiences of studying abroad last semester and putting them to good use. Ashley got accepted for an internship with the International Studies Abroad program, the company she used to study abroad last semester. The program helps studen...

Tara Chumley models in free time

Tara Chumley models in free time

Story by Jordan Johnson

October 26, 2011


Filed under Arts & Entertainment

Tara Chumley is well-known on Baker University’s campus as a softball player and member of Delta Delta Delta sorority, but in her free time, she is a local model. <br/> Tara does mostly trade work, which means she does not have to pay the photographer nor does the photographer have to pay...

Choir men set high standards for concert

Choir men set high standards for concert

October 20, 2011


Filed under Arts & Entertainment

There is a group of unsung leaders on Baker University’s campus.  They dedicate themselves to their team, set high personal goals and have been training vigorously for their next big event. Matthew Potterton, director of choral activities, said this year’s selection of male choir...

Choir men set high standards for concert

Choir men set high standards for concert

October 20, 2011


Filed under Arts & Entertainment

There is a group of unsung leaders on Baker University’s campus.  They dedicate themselves to their team, set high personal goals and have been training vigorously for their next big event. Matthew Potterton, director of choral activities, said this year’s selection of male choir...

Baker University’s ‘The Diviners’ production begins

Baker University’s ‘The Diviners’ production begins

Story by Meagan

October 6, 2011


Filed under Arts & Entertainment

Sometimes bad things happen to good people, which is the message in Baker University’s theatre production of “The Diviners.” “All of the characters are honest people and it is just kind of, bad things happen,” senior Courtney West said. “The Diviners” is West’...

Baldwin City native comes home for art show

Baldwin City native comes home for art show

Story by Cassie

October 6, 2011


Filed under Arts & Entertainment

The aromas of oils, paints and graphite will continue to fill the Holt-Russell Gallery until Oct. 28, as guest artist Molly Murphy comes to Baldwin City to share her art with the community. “Molly considers Baldwin City to be home,” Campus Art Coordinator Traci Furan said. “(Molly) has a ...

Baldwin City native comes home for art show

Baldwin City native comes home for art show

Story by Cassie

October 6, 2011


Filed under Arts & Entertainment

The aromas of oils, paints and graphite will continue to fill the Holt-Russell Gallery until Oct. 28, as guest artist Molly Murphy comes to Baldwin City to share her art with the community. “Molly considers Baldwin City to be home,” Campus Art Coordinator Traci Furan said. “(Molly) has a ...

Baker University’s ‘The Diviners’ production begins

Baker University’s ‘The Diviners’ production begins

Story by Meagan

October 6, 2011


Filed under Arts & Entertainment

Sometimes bad things happen to good people, which is the message in Baker University’s theatre production of “The Diviners.” “All of the characters are honest people and it is just kind of, bad things happen,” senior Courtney West said. “The Diviners” is West’...

Students participate in live action role playing

Students participate in live action role playing

Story by Tera

October 5, 2011


Filed under Arts & Entertainment

The Baker Vniversity Lifeless Langvage Association, or BVLLA, has been around since 2005 and attracts a few students every year. But this year, all it took was a few foam swords for a swarm of students to suddenly gain interest in the club. “It was my idea to start doing this on a little more...