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The Word with Taylor Nicholson – Dec. 8, 2023

December 11, 2023

On this week's episode of The Word, we get an interview with the basketball teams, a look at how student life is getting people into the holiday spirit and an inside look at what students favorite holiday...

Alpha Delta Kappa placed a blue box at Baldwin City Library for the community to donate books to the book drive.

Alpha Delta Kappa Collegiate Club hosts first book drive at Baker Campus

Story by Alyssa Lamb, Staff Writer November 27, 2023

Alpha Delta Kappa Collegiate Club extended its first chapter in Kansas at Baker University. Their first event with both Baker University and Baldwin City was a book drive with drop box locations across...

Student Academic Success team offers students support in all areas of school

Student Academic Success team offers students support in all areas of school

Story by Alyssa Lamb, Staff Writer November 27, 2023

Student Academic Success (SAS) helps students develop better study habits, time management skills, tutor services, and more. With almost a whole new team, SAS is working to bring new engaging ideas to...

Keeping Organized in Times of Academic Stress

Keeping Organized in Times of Academic Stress

Story by Annabelle Davis, Staff Writer November 19, 2023

It is officially to the point in the semester when midterms are completed, and what can feel like a work overload is upon us. As the work starts to become steady, students' stress levels begin to become...

The Word with Taylor Nicholson – Nov. 10, 2023

November 12, 2023

On this weeks episode of the The Word, reporter Destiny Martinez speaks with cast members of the upcoming campus theater production of Ugly Lies the Bone, and reporter Meg Qualls sits down with up and...

Baker University students, faculty, and staff were welcomed to the DE&I event Oct. 6, 2023, with shai bnana (mint tea).

DE & I host ‘A conversation about antisemitism, Islamophobia, and the war in Gaza’

Story by Alyssa Lamb, Staff Writer November 9, 2023

Dr. Nicholaus Pumphrey, Associate Professor of Religious Studies at Baker University led a discussion about antisemitism, Islamophobia, and the war in Gaza on Nov. 6, 2023, at the alumni center. Many...

Baker University puts on Ugly Lies the Bone

Baker University puts on Ugly Lies the Bone

Story by Emma Berkley, Staff Writer November 9, 2023

The Baker University Theatre Department is putting on its production of Ugly Lies the Bone. Ugly Lies the Bone is about a newly discharged soldier, Jess, who has finally returned to her Florida hometown....

SAC closed down the cafeteria for their Halloween Carnival, providing free food and drinks.

SAC Halloween Carnival held in Hartley Plaza

Story by Brett Gamber, Staff Writer November 1, 2023

Oct. 30, Baker’s Student Activities Council held their annual Halloween Carnival giving a free meal to all students and having an obstacle course out in Hartley Plaza. VP of Marketing, Jonathan Ruiz...

Baker University opens Howard Hall

Baker University opens Howard Hall

Story by Emma Berkley, Staff Writer October 27, 2023

Jolliffe Hall, built in 1940 as a dorm, is now known as Howard Hall and houses the Public Health and Exercise Science majors. On October 20, 2023, The official grand opening and ribbon cutting was held...

Gavin Dines named Heart of America mens golfer of the week

Gavin Dines named Heart of America men’s golfer of the week

Story by Brett Gamber, Staff Writer October 25, 2023

Freshman Gavin Dines was named Heart of America Men’s Golfer of the Week for his outstanding performance in his first collegiate golf tournament at the Virginia McCoy Invite on Oct. 16, 2023. Dines...

Enrollment: what you need to know

Enrollment: what you need to know

Story by Alyssa Lamb, Staff Writer October 24, 2023

The spring and Winterterm enrollment process began mid-October with advising meetings. Many academic advisors sent out information to their advisees leading up to the advising period, which is Monday,...

Oct. 4, 2023, marks a sad day for the Baldwin City community as The Nook is shutting down due to the increase in inflation and lack of revenue being received.

The tragic closing of The Nook Bookstore

Story by Brett Gamber, Staff Writer October 20, 2023

Oct. 4, 2023, marks a sad day for the Baldwin City community as The Nook is shutting down due to the increase in inflation and lack of revenue being received. The Nook did its grand opening in Oct....

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