The Baker Orange

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 11, 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 11, 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 11, 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...

Summer brings family traditions to light

Story by Cassie

May 10, 2011


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Summer is one of those glorious things in life that I treasure more than most things. Growing up with a big yard and a pool was a privilege that I have had. Add a huge family to the equation and it makes it even better. My family must have had at least three swimming parties in one week. I loved every...

MBA program could benefit Baker

Story by The Baker Orange

May 4, 2011


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Many students who graduate from the College of Arts and Sciences campus of Baker University often say one of the things they miss most when they leave is the campus itself. For those wanting to enroll in an MBA program through Baker, they might not have to leave the Baldwin City campus to do so sta...

Reynolds decides waiting for true love is worthwhile

Story by Abby Reynolds

May 4, 2011


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College is a product of students searching constantly for a significant other. There are numerous options and people are on the prowl to settle down and to find someone who they could possibly be compatible with. Is it possible to find someone you love and want to spend the rest of your life with? T...

Hawkins appreciates teachers

Story by Rachel Hawkins

May 4, 2011


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Every little kid has dreams when he or she is younger. They have aspirations to be the next rock star, the next man to walk on the moon or a doctor that will save hundreds of lives each day. Some kids want to be racecar drivers or professional baseball players. Some even have dreams to go on and st...

Fans show patriotism

Story by Chris Duderstadt

May 4, 2011


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The New York Mets and Philadelphia Phillies game Sunday at Citizens Bank Park on ESPN was one of the most exciting games of the young baseball season. Mets catcher Ronny Paulino hit a go-ahead RBI double in the 14th inning, for his fifth hit of the night, to help the Mets to a 2-1 victory. Usually t...

Sprint Center needs team

Story by Chris Duderstadt

April 27, 2011


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A lot of positive things have happened for the two professional Kansas City sports teams during the past few months. The Chiefs won the AFC West and made the playoffs for the first time since 2007, and the Royals, though struggling of late, have been one of the biggest surprises in baseball so far th...