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(Left to Right) President and senior Myan Elrington, Coordinator of Inclusion and Wellness Paul Ladipo, junior Secretary Daisey Ewansiha, Public Relations Nico Taylor, Treasurer Fabien Franck-Love and Vice President Grant Boehm represent the 2019-20 Mungano organization. Mungano hosts events with other organization on campus as well as sport teams.

Mungano: Student Organization

Story by Kerrigan Hartzell, Staff Writer October 1, 2019

Mungano is the diversity organization at Baker University. The club provides a safe space for all types of people to come together and learn about each other’s cultures and place in society. According...

Professor of English Dr. Rob Howard teaches several unique classes based on his favorite books. Those classes include in-depth analysis on J.R.R. Tolkeins The Lord of the Rings and Stephen Kings It.

Dr. Rob Howard: Faculty Member

Story by Halle Morrell, Staff Writer September 25, 2019

The third floor of Case Hall is home to Baker University’s English department. This floor houses many professors, one of which is Instructor of English, Dr. Rob Howard. Case 305C is where Howard resides...

Professor of French Dr. Erin Joyce finds time to teach students on campus and partakes in Irish dance.

Dr. Erin Joyce: Faculty Member

Story by Kerrigan Hartzell, Staff Writer September 25, 2019

Professor of French Dr. Erin Joyce started her career at Baker after growing up right outside of Philadelphia, attending undergrad at the University of Richmond in Virginia and eventually Penn State University...

Glossier markets to new demographic

Glossier markets to new demographic

Story by Isabel Ashley, Staff Writer May 7, 2019

The New York-based beauty company Glossier has recently upgraded its status to unicorn: a privately owned start-up company that is valued over $1 billion. On March 19, Glossier released a statement on...

The importance of the editorial

The importance of the editorial

Story by Editorial Board May 7, 2019

Opinions are important; they are so important that there are entire sections of every newspaper and online publication devoted to them. The Baker Orange voices pages have housed the words and opinions...

Bakers motto needs an upgrade

Baker’s motto needs an upgrade

Story by Jamie Pellikan, Contributing Writer May 7, 2019

Have you ever wondered what Baker University’s official motto is? Probably not. Your first inclination might be “Baker Built” but that is only a marketing slogan. Maybe you think we do not have a...

Senior Riley Parks and sophomore Colby Bullock present their research at Dialogos on April 10.

Students use Dialogos as a “free day”

Story by Jenna Black, Editor in Chief April 17, 2019

Dialogos is an opportunity for students to present their work via poster or oral presentations. Select students throughout all disciplines are rewarded with scholarships and awards to outstanding seniors...

Venmo makes splitting fares easier

Venmo makes splitting fares easier

Story by Emma Grossner, Staff Writer April 17, 2019

“Hey, can I just Venmo you for that?” This phrase can be commonly heard throughout the streets of Baldwin City and beyond. The app can be downloaded to any smartphone and has quickly become a college...

Design questions surround Boeings 737 Max

Design questions surround Boeing’s 737 Max

Story by Sarah Day, News Editor April 17, 2019

A rather high number of planes have crashed or experienced issues this year from the Boeing 737 fleet — two in the last six months. Because this number is so alarming, many airlines worldwide have...

Latest college cost: Bribes

Latest college cost: Bribes

Story by Maya Hodison, Staff Writer April 10, 2019

Being wealthy, famous and having connections can score people opportunities that others may have to work incredibly hard on their own to attain. The University of Southern California (USC), the University...

Day of Giving faces mixed reviews

Day of Giving faces mixed reviews

Story by Editorial Staff April 10, 2019

As students, we all pay to go to Baker in one way or another, whether that be through time, talent or money. On April 4, Baker had their second annual Day of Giving. During the Day of Giving, the Office...

An old picture looms in front of the street Osborne Chapel sat on years ago today in Sproxton, England. This highlights the change the village has seen since the complete removal of Clarice L. Osborne Memorial Chapel to Baldwin City, KS in 1995.

The first and second life of Osborne Chapel

Story by Elizabeth Hanson, Contributing Writer March 19, 2019

I rolled out of bed on a foggy spring morning at Harlaxton College located right outside Grantham, England. I decided the night prior to go visit the small village of Sproxton where Clarice L. Osborne...

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