The Baker Orange

Alumni Center to open in Phi Mu

Alumni Center to open in Phi Mu

Story by The Baker Orange Editorial Board

September 1, 2011


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The greek letters have been removed from the side of the house and the quatrefoil door knocker has been taken down. But the legacy of the house at 519 Eighth Street will live on for a few more years even though new owners have moved into the house. Members of the Baker University Alumni and Advanceme...

Involvement encouraged, students need to face their fears

Story by Katie

August 25, 2011


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On a stoplight is the red light on the top or the bottom? Which way is Abraham Lincoln facing on the penny? How many opportunities have you missed out on because you were afraid? While the first two questions might be interesting, the third is by far the most important. Whether this is your first...

Orange Editor reflects on her time at Baker

Story by Rachel

August 25, 2011


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I began my senior year of college at Baker University the same way I started my freshman year, living in Irwin Hall. And yes, the showers are still tiny and the rooms still have that musty, old building smell. Because of my role on the Panhellenic Executive Board, I have lived in Irwin for the past w...

Baker urged to honor by example

Story by The Baker Orange Editorial Board

August 25, 2011


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“You’ll never be great without taking a chance.” This was the last post Tyler Jeck made on his Facebook wall, just nine days before he went missing July 16. Jeck’s body was found July 19 in Beaver Lake after a boating accident in Arkansas, according to Benton County author...

Baker urged to honor by example

Story by The Baker Orange Editorial Board

August 25, 2011


Filed under Voices

“You’ll never be great without taking a chance.” This was the last post Tyler Jeck made on his Facebook wall, just nine days before he went missing July 16. Jeck’s body was found July 19 in Beaver Lake after a boating accident in Arkansas, according to Benton County author...

Involvement encouraged, students need to face their fears

Story by Katie

August 25, 2011


Filed under Voices

On a stoplight is the red light on the top or the bottom? Which way is Abraham Lincoln facing on the penny? How many opportunities have you missed out on because you were afraid? While the first two questions might be interesting, the third is by far the most important. Whether this is your first...

Orange Editor reflects on her time at Baker

Story by Rachel

August 25, 2011


Filed under Voices

I began my senior year of college at Baker University the same way I started my freshman year, living in Irwin Hall. And yes, the showers are still tiny and the rooms still have that musty, old building smell. Because of my role on the Panhellenic Executive Board, I have lived in Irwin for the past w...

Cassie Wells grateful for support, proud of Phi Mu chapter

Story by Cassie

May 12, 2011


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Over the past few weeks, the Baker University community and the campus greek community have been very supportive of the women of the Zeta Alpha chapter of Phi Mu sorority. As a member of this chapter, I'm very appreciative of the support as we went through the appeal process to save our chapter. The greek...

Kyle Davis reflects on time, experiences as editor

Story by Kyle Davis

May 12, 2011


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With just a little more than a week before commencement and everyone wanting to know how you would sum up your time at Baker, it is difficult not to think about it. When thinking about the Baker Orange and my year as editor in particular, two words come to mind: challenge and success. I'm going to att...

Internships valuable to students

Story by The Baker Orange

May 12, 2011


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Baker University students tend to be very involved on campus. Whether it is through athletics, greek life or one of the numerous clubs the university offers, it seems as if students at Baker are always working hard in one thing or another. Summer can offer students a chance for a break from the busy l...

Cassie Wells grateful for support, proud of Phi Mu chapter

Story by Cassie

May 12, 2011


Filed under Voices

Over the past few weeks, the Baker University community and the campus greek community have been very supportive of the women of the Zeta Alpha chapter of Phi Mu sorority. As a member of this chapter, I'm very appreciative of the support as we went through the appeal process to save our chapter. The greek...

Kyle Davis reflects on time, experiences as editor

Story by Kyle Davis

May 12, 2011


Filed under Voices

With just a little more than a week before commencement and everyone wanting to know how you would sum up your time at Baker, it is difficult not to think about it. When thinking about the Baker Orange and my year as editor in particular, two words come to mind: challenge and success. I'm going to att...