The Baker Orange

Alyssa Glover

Alyssa Glover

June 15, 2017


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Alyssa is a senior from Emporia. She is double majoring in theatre and graphic design. She is also involved in band, choir, loud noises, and is a founding member of the theater group T.A.G.

Elizabeth Hanson

Elizabeth Hanson

June 15, 2017


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Elizabeth is a junior from Leawood. She enjoys black-and-white photography and landscapes. She is a public relations and spanish double-major and also plans to minor in English. Elizabeth is heavily involved in Delta Delta Delta, Student Senate and parMentors.

Lily Stephens

Lily Stephens

June 15, 2017


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Lily Stephens is a junior public relations major. She has a passion for reporting and creating. Currently she is the Multimedia Editor for the Baker Orange and the Baker University soccer program's media manager. Lily is from Snohomish, Washington, and enjoys writing and drinking coffee in her free time.

Justin Toumberlin

Justin Toumberlin

June 15, 2017


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Justin Toumberlin is a junior from Eudora majoring in mass media and minoring in psychology. He decided to pursue his love for media after taking video production classes in high school. Justin is on the Baker soccer team and is a part of the newspaper staff as a photographer.

Working to permanently improve a temporary home

Story by Katie

November 21, 2013


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An important part of any study abroad experience is just that, the experience. You are not there to simply observe like a vacationing tourist. Once that country becomes a temporary home to you, it’s time to delve into the culture and live like a local. But what happens if you do not like or agr...

Harlaxton leaves lasting memories

Story by Tera

April 29, 2013


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Harlaxton College was simply put, the best experience of my life and I couldn’t imagine what my life would be without it. It opened my eyes to the world, it forced me to make my own plans and be more independent, and most of all it provided me the chance to see friends that I would normally only...

Bad Books is the perfect indie band

Story by Cassady Clinkscale

April 24, 2013


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I am, as you can probably tell from my other blogs, a sucker for pretty much anything acoustic and harmonious. While I thought I had discovered the Holy Grail of indie/folk music with Fleet Foxes, I was so incredibly wrong. This is not to say that Fleet Foxes are bad. They’re incredible musici...

Boston Marathon bombings bring community together through Harris family

Boston Marathon bombings bring community together through Harris family

Story by Jenna

April 22, 2013


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To any marathon runner, seven-tenths of a mile from the finish line is so close, yet so far away. For Sarah Harris, seven-tenths of a mile potentially saved her life. Sarah, a 1996 Baker graduate, was at the 25.5 mile marker of the Boston Marathon on April 15 when she and the other runners were...

First Aid Kit provides infectious harmonies

Story by Cassady Clinkscale

April 5, 2013


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If you’ve read any of my other blogs, you know about the special place in my heart that is reserved for folk music. While I thoroughly enjoy this genre, I’ve been getting a little burned out on listening to the same artists over and over again. So when the first chords of a First Aid Ki...