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Digital photography assignment 4: set scene (part 2)

May 5, 2011


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Under the guidance of instructor Jennifer Jarnot, the Baker University Digital Photography classes are contributing samples of their work to thebakerorange.com.<em>Under the guidance of instructor Jennifer Jarnot, the Baker University Digital Photography classes are contributing samples...

Gary Walbridge retires

May 5, 2011


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Gary Walbridge has retired after eight years of service to Baker University as the director of the physical plant. "When he made the decision to retire, we were very happy for Gary to have this opportunity for the future," Chief Operating Officer Susan Lindahl said. Walbridge has been part of sever...

Digital photography assignment 4: set scene (part 1)

Story by BU Digital Photography Class

May 5, 2011


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Under the guidance of instructor Jennifer Jarnot, the Baker University Digital Photography classes are contributing samples of their work to thebakerorange.com.<em>Under the guidance of instructor Jennifer Jarnot, the Baker University Digital Photography classes are contributing samples...

New Student Senate Executive Board elected

Story by Alesha Miller

April 28, 2011


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Freshman Matt Fry has never been part of the Baker University Student Senate. Now, as the new treasurer due to write-in votes, he is excited about the position. "Normally executive members have been involved. I just kind of got thrown into it, I guess you could say. It's new waters for me," Fry ...

Students recall struggles with ADD/ADHD

Story by Genevieve Des Marteau

April 28, 2011


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Junior Joylin Hall is, in her own words, grossly disorganized. She's not irresponsible, careless or dumb; she just can't keep her stuff together. Junior Kelli Gamel can sympathize, as she's only recently been able to keep her room clean. Organization and time management are two of her biggest foes....

Student Senate elections should focus on issues

Story by The Baker Orange

April 28, 2011


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Sophomore Warren Swenson probably didn't think he would be setting a precedent for underclassmen to run for and be elected to executive positions in Baker University's Student Senate when he ran for student body president last school year. But that's exactly what he ended up doing. In the time sinc...

Student makes discovery at Candlelight Vigil

Story by Tera Lyons

April 28, 2011


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Learning experiences are found in the strangest places. I went to the Candlelight Vigil hosted by Mungano in the Clarice L. Osborne Memorial Chapel, believing I would only take pictures out of the experience. However, I ended up with something much more. What I gained was respect for a past generatio...

Choir creates community camaraderie

Story by Megan Perry

April 28, 2011


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Years after falling in love with choral music, and each other, Mike and Susan Gammage have found a way to rekindle the days when their college romance began.  "My wife and I met in a college choir in north Texas, and we developed a love for choral music," Baldwin City resident Mike Gammage ...

Standards can reveal, enforce characteristics

Story by Alan Grant

April 28, 2011


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Everything might be bigger in Texas, but everything is more sophisticated in France – art, food, even the homeless. On a recent weekend expedition to Paris, I discovered that each bridge over the Seine came equipped with its own street person, each with his own sign asking for money and a bask...

Records broken at KU Relays

Records broken at KU Relays

Story by Kyle Davis

April 28, 2011


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Baker University freshman Stephanie Nelson barely had time to enjoy breaking senior Aubree Gustin's school record in the javelin at the KU Relays. This is because Gustin regained control of the record later in the event by breaking the record again, with a throw of 44.74 meters, and earning a fift...

Spiking Out volleyball tournament planned

Spiking Out volleyball tournament planned

Story by Margo Rodewald

April 28, 2011


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On most nice days, people can find members of Sigma Phi Epsilon fraternity outside playing volleyball on the chapter's court. But for one day of the school year, students from all across campus take to the sand of the fraternity's volleyball court to serve, set and spike out for a good cause. For 10 y...