The Baker Orange

Sara Bell is thankful for Baker community and encouraging thoughts from friends

Story by Sara

October 6, 2011


Filed under Voices

As I walked with my high school classmates on graduation day, with all of our family and friends before us, I thought to myself that I would never have such a strong sense of community as I did at that moment. My small-town community proved me wrong almost a month ago, when it showered my family with...

Mulvane construction set to begin

Story by The Baker Orange Editorial Board

October 6, 2011


Filed under Voices

The next few months are going to be a bit hectic around Baker University, especially for those students and faculty that are constantly in and out of Mulvane Science Hall. Because the building will soon undergo a $10.3 million dollar renovation and 9,000 square foot addition, things are going to sta...

Abby Reynolds takes pride in cheerleading for spirit squad

Story by Abby

October 6, 2011


Filed under Voices

I am proud to say I am a cheerleader, and I am an over-the-top, spirited woman cheering on the sidelines. But what I am more proud of is that the Baker University spirit squad is finally being recognized for its athleticism. In just this past year, I feel as if the spirit squad has come really far. ...

Failure is never an option for athletes

Story by Kayla Infanti

October 6, 2011


Filed under Voices

It is an everyday commitment to be a student-athlete. For an entire season and beyond, you and all your teammates are expected to be dedicated to the work that it takes to compete at a college level and be successful. It’s difficult to be a student-athlete, plain and simple. The transition f...

Sara Bell is thankful for Baker community and encouraging thoughts from friends

Story by Sara

October 6, 2011


Filed under Voices

As I walked with my high school classmates on graduation day, with all of our family and friends before us, I thought to myself that I would never have such a strong sense of community as I did at that moment. My small-town community proved me wrong almost a month ago, when it showered my family with...

Mulvane construction set to begin

Story by The Baker Orange Editorial Board

October 6, 2011


Filed under Voices

The next few months are going to be a bit hectic around Baker University, especially for those students and faculty that are constantly in and out of Mulvane Science Hall. Because the building will soon undergo a $10.3 million dollar renovation and 9,000 square foot addition, things are going to sta...

Abby Reynolds takes pride in cheerleading for spirit squad

Story by Abby

October 6, 2011


Filed under Voices

I am proud to say I am a cheerleader, and I am an over-the-top, spirited woman cheering on the sidelines. But what I am more proud of is that the Baker University spirit squad is finally being recognized for its athleticism. In just this past year, I feel as if the spirit squad has come really far. ...

Conference realignment unfair to student-athletes

Story by Christopher

September 29, 2011


Filed under Voices

Money, football and television contracts; that is all the NCAA conference commissioners and athletic directors seem to care about. The conference commissioners and athletic directors do not seem to care about the student-athletes, who will be affected by the conference realignments more than anyone...

Abby Reynolds asks ‘what if’ about risky behavior on campus

Story by Abby

September 29, 2011


Filed under Voices

The Something of Value conference put on by Baker University’s College Panhellenic Council was more than just a boring Saturday, but a surprising, inspirational seminar that led me to reflect on my own moral standards and the appearance of risky behavior on Baker’s campus. I walked into t...

Outside jobs crucial to Baker experience for students

Story by The Baker Orange Editorial Board

September 29, 2011


Filed under Voices

The mission statement for the Baker University College of Arts and Sciences states that BU will “prepare students for a lifetime of continued intellectual, professional, and personal development. Graduates will be responsible global citizens who think critically, communicate effectively, act ethically,...

Outside jobs crucial to Baker experience for students

Story by The Baker Orange Editorial Board

September 29, 2011


Filed under Voices

The mission statement for the Baker University College of Arts and Sciences states that BU will “prepare students for a lifetime of continued intellectual, professional, and personal development. Graduates will be responsible global citizens who think critically, communicate effectively, act ethically,...

Abby Reynolds asks ‘what if’ about risky behavior on campus

Story by Abby

September 29, 2011


Filed under Voices

The Something of Value conference put on by Baker University’s College Panhellenic Council was more than just a boring Saturday, but a surprising, inspirational seminar that led me to reflect on my own moral standards and the appearance of risky behavior on Baker’s campus. I walked into t...