The Baker Orange

1 on 1: with Nate Byarlay

Story by Christopher February 2, 2012

After a very successful soccer season, you have been hard at work this winter on an internship. Can you describe your internship in terms of who you have been working with and what work you have been doing?<strong>After...

Track athletes attempt to hit standards

Track athletes attempt to hit standards

Story by Sara February 2, 2012

For the fourth week in a row, the Baker University track and field teams headed into a meet with the hope of having athletes qualify for the NAIA Indoor National Championships. The Wildcats took a limited...

ESPN has lost grasp of what is important

Story by Brad February 2, 2012

Take it while you can get it. With the Super Bowl right around the corner, any sports fan, whether it is a diehard or fair weather fan, can find an abundance of interesting and newsworthy coverage in the...

Voting really is important

Story by Meagan December 19, 2011

Osawatomie native reflects on Obama's speech People camped outside theaters hoping to get the best seat when the new “Harry Potter” and “Twilight” movies premiered. Every Thanksgiving,...

Osawatomie native reflects on Obama's speech

Osawatomie native reflects on Obama’s speech

December 6, 2011

Read the full speech at the White House website. The small town of Osawatomie isn’t known for much. The city is home to the Kansas State Hospital and is the birthplace of the Kansas Republican...

Volleyball team drops HAAC final

Volleyball team drops HAAC final

Story by Sara November 17, 2011

After sweeping Avila University and Graceland University in the first two rounds of the Heart of America Athletic Conference Tournament, the Baker University volleyball team fell to MidAmerica Nazarene...

Sean Webb discusses Penn State scandal

Story by Sean Webb November 10, 2011

Originally aired Nov. 9, 2011 on KNBU-FM.<em>Originally aired Nov. 9, 2011 on KNBU-FM.</em> Originally aired Nov. 9, 2011 on KNBU-FM. Jerry Sandusky, former Penn State...

BU men face the fight against cancer

BU men face the fight against cancer

November 10, 2011

Forget scarves and high collars. Some men on campus will be keeping their faces warm the old-fashioned way this month: with beards.<br/> While some may be participating in No-Shave November...

Cat Pack to support Baker athletics

Cat Pack to support Baker athletics

Story by Cassie October 19, 2011

The Cat Pack will soon be set loose to show Wildcat pride at Baker University sporting events. Brett Bruner, director of student life, said that the Cat Pack, the new spirit program, is a group effort...

Donor gives $3.5 million to Mulvane Project

Donor gives $3.5 million to Mulvane Project

Story by Rachel October 12, 2011

Emeritus Professor of Biology Roger Boyd and his wife, Jan, were a little emotional Friday. On Friday, Boyd and the rest of his family received news from University President Pat Long that an anonymous...

Donor gives $3.5 million to Mulvane Project

Donor gives $3.5 million to Mulvane Project

Story by Rachel October 12, 2011

Emeritus Professor of Biology Roger Boyd and his wife, Jan, were a little emotional Friday. On Friday, Boyd and the rest of his family received news from University President Pat Long that an anonymous...

Cat Pack to support Baker athletics

Cat Pack to support Baker athletics

Story by Cassie October 9, 2011

The Cat Pack will soon be set loose to show Wildcat pride at Baker University sporting events. Brett Bruner, director of student life, said that the Cat Pack, the new spirit program, is a group effort...

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