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Chiefs select alumna for team

Chiefs select alumna for team

April 27, 2006


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Baker University 2005 graduate Brooke Glenn tried out and made the Kansas City Chiefs cheerleading squad this month.?? Glenn graduated from Baker with a major in biology and a minor in psychology and is currently enrolled at the Baker School of Nursing in Topeka, she said. During her time at Baker...

Exon wins top award for coaches

April 27, 2006


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The Baker University women's golf team finished its season on Tuesday by placing second in the Heart of America Conference Tournament and third in the Region V tournament, which was held in O'Fallon, Mo. Head coach Karen Exon said the team played up to expectations in both tournaments. "We all played re...

Born this week

April 27, 2006


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Today: Tonika Westbrook, sr.Andrew Brookens, sr.Michael Feierabend, so.Trevor Racine, fr. Saturday: Ashley Peters, jr.Ann Gilbert, jr.Amanda Kloepper, so.Malcolm Green, fr.Zachary Towns, fr. Sunday: Courtney Struble, so.Kala Scott, fr. Monday: Zachary Kliewer, so.P.J. Matulka, so. Tuesday: Jane Va...

Mungano assigns new positions

Mungano assigns new positions

Story by Julie Hedrick

April 27, 2006


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Baker University's multicultural organization, Mungano, recently elected four new officers to take on leadership positions in the organization for next year. Mungano's new officers are as follows: sophomore Kelly Vaughan, president; sophomore Jacinta Deruso, vice president; freshman Nicole Baumgartner, treasu...

American apathy sad

April 27, 2006


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If you have watched, read or listened to any news over the last few months you have probably learned something about what was going on in France with the youth uniting together and protesting their government and its actions. If not, here is a little rundown. In France, unemployment is somewhat high o...

Weddings relocated

April 27, 2006


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A tornado tore through Lawrence March 12, ruining numerous buildings. 60 percent of the University of Kansas' buildings were damaged, which devastated many wedding couples plans of marriage on KU's campus. Baldwin City High School Counselor Natalie Schmidt, fiancee of Jeff Konkel, was one of the wo...

Resolution dealing with free speech fails in Senate

April 27, 2006


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After the theft of more than 1,000 copies of the April 7 issue of the Baker Orange, censorship was the main topic of discussion at Tuesday's Baker University Student Senate meeting. President Ryan Boyer closed the meeting to senators only before a discussion was held on whether student senate would ...

Married on campus

Married on campus

April 27, 2006


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Working together in the same environment day after day comes easy for four Baker University couples. From going to work together, eating lunch together and ending the day together, several couples said they can't get enough of each other. Professor of Music John Buehler and his wife, Susan Buehler...

‘Cats strong at KU Relays

Story by Kris McDonald

April 27, 2006


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The Baker University men's and women's track teams competed against some of the nation's top athletes this past weekend at the Kansas Relays in Lawrence. Junior Brent Randle led the charge for the men's team, placing ninth in his best event, the triple jump, with a leap of 15 meters. Randle said he was p...

Women miss winning HAAC title, look to regionals

Women miss winning HAAC title, look to regionals

April 27, 2006


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The Baker University men's tennis team finished its season last weekend after losing in the semifinals at the Heart of America Athletic Conference tournament against Benedictine College with a score of 5-0. The Cats' beat William Jewell College, Liberty, Mo., in the first round with a score of 5-0...

Students named to Cardinal Key for community service

April 27, 2006


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Ten new members were inducted into Baker University's chapter of Cardinal Key National Honor Society April 20. Members were accepted based on grades and prior community service involvement. It's a honorable academic service organization," said senior Rachel Tindall, president of the organization. Secretary of the...

First year successful for director

April 27, 2006


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The Baker University orchestra was scheduled to perform its last concert of the year Thursday. Adjunct Instructor of Music and Orchestra Lori McKinney said the orchestra will be playing "Symphony No. 8 (First Movement)" by Franz Schubert, "Danse Macabre" by Saint-Saens and selections from "Phantom of the...