The Baker Orange

Broken bones become bother

Broken bones become bother

Story by Alesha Miller

May 5, 2011


Filed under Arts & Entertainment

Warmer weather is causing students to be more active outdoors, but some students have personal injuries preventing them from springtime activities like baseball. Baker University soccer and baseball player Steven Stewart has a broken navicular bone in his foot. "It happened during soccer season. I kic...

Matthew Potterton calls spring concert ‘fantastic’

Story by Megan Perry

May 5, 2011


Filed under Arts & Entertainment

The First United Methodist Church of Baldwin City opened its doors May 1 to music lovers and appreciators looking to share the spring season conclusions of the Baker University Community and Concert Choirs. "I thought it was fantastic," Director of Choral Activities Matthew Potterton said. "Usually I have...

Senior displays work in art show

Senior displays work in art show

Story by Cassie Wells

May 5, 2011


Filed under Arts & Entertainment

Baker University studio art major Holly Steffen's senior art show is centered around the image that society as a whole is being dictated by an addiction of consumption of possessions. "This is a struggle that all people face," Steffen said. "This is especially personal for me in my own life, and I ...

Heritage honored through holiday

Story by Katie Thurbon

April 28, 2011


Filed under Arts & Entertainment

Just like St. Patrick's Day, Oktoberfest and the Chinese New Year, Cinco de Mayo, on the fifth of May, is a day to celebrate the culture and experiences of an ethnic group. "Cinco de Mayo is actually celebrated more in the United States than in Mexico," Assistant Professor of Spanish James Diego Frazie...