The Baker Orange

Josephine Moore

Josephine Moore, Photographer

Josephine Moore is a senior and a photographer on The Baker Orange. She also plays on the women's tennis team. Josephine is majoring in Business Marketing and minoring in Studio Arts and Mass Media. She is working towards her dream of being a professional photographer and has opened her own business. She is excited to see what this year's news will bring and looks forward to building new relationships and taking photos for the Baker Orange.

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With some of the questions pertaining to sensitive subjects, students agree to close their eyes while they participate to make everyone feel comfortable.

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November 18, 2021
As the statements continued, gaps start to form and the straight line becomes less recognizable.

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November 18, 2021
Participants from Alpha Chi Omega, Zeta Tau Alpha and Delta Delta Delta all stand in a straight line to begin. The purpose of the event was to show the difference of privilege between students and statements such as if you or your family never had to move due to a financial situation, take a step forward were read aloud.

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November 18, 2021
On Wednesday Oct. 17 Zeta Tau Alpha hosted a Panhellenic wide privilege walk. The activity was led by Zeta Tau Alphas Diversity & Inclusion Chair sophomore Gracyn Nutsch and Panhellenics Vice President Diversity Equity & Inclusion sophomore Kylie Jenkins.

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November 18, 2021
Once all the statements are read, students open their eyes to see where they ended up compared to others.

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November 18, 2021
After the walk ended, everyone circled up and has a discussion about their experience in the walk.

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November 18, 2021
Junior Carson Pittman choses the other option, dipped caramel apples on a stick.

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November 7, 2021
SAC offers toppings like sprinkles and chocolate chips to apply over the caramel.

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November 7, 2021
Freshman Nguyen Nicholson helps out by cutting apples for students to enjoy.

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November 7, 2021
Freshmen Bea Weinpel and Ciarra McWilliams enjoy their caramel apples and apple cider while talking with friends in the Union.

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November 7, 2021
Apple cider was offered to go with the caramel apples.

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November 7, 2021
Students had the option to eat cut apples with caramel over the top.

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November 7, 2021
Seniors Saigen Conrad and Talon Strouhal stop by to grab their sweet snack.

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November 7, 2021
Eat Schmidt and Smoke n Seoul food trucks arrive as cyclists start trickling in from the 16-mile race.

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October 24, 2021
After the race many bikers circle up to discuss post race thoughts.

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October 24, 2021
The event was hosted by the Baldwin City Recreation Commission and all proceeds went to Prairie Paws Animal Shelter in Ottawa, KS and the Baldwin City Recreation Commissions scholarship fund.

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October 24, 2021
Each participant received a goody bag with a Maple Leaf Gravel Grind metal along with some other items from the events sponsors.

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October 24, 2021
Bikers pass the finish line. Participants were able to see their finishing time on the Timer Guys website.

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October 24, 2021
With Pork Chop Hill being a steep trek, many cyclists choose to take a quick break and enjoy the view.

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October 24, 2021
With the steepness of Pork Chop Hill many people chose to walk their bikes rather than bike up the hill.

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October 24, 2021
Timer Guys tracked each racer as they passed the finish line by giving each participant a number to put on the front of their bike.

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October 24, 2021
Three different routes are offered at the event, 16-mile, 35-mile and 70-mile routes, each ranging in difficulty. Those who entered the 70-mile race had a chance to win $100, if they got first.

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October 24, 2021
After catching her marshmallow on fire, Sophomore Savannah Bray prepares her smore to be eaten.

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October 24, 2021
At the event students pay 3 dollars a ticket, receiving a package with the materials to make their smore and a hot chocolate packet to help keep warm.

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October 24, 2021
Juniors Parker Straight and Chiane Harlan and Sophomore Savannah Bray roast their marshmallows over one of two fire pits.

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October 24, 2021
Freshmen Dylan Roush, Nico Salmeri and Sophomore Jared Fulghem enjoy their smores while they sit by the fire.

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October 24, 2021
On Oct. 20, ZTA host No Smore Breast Cancer outside of the Union.

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October 24, 2021
On Tuesday Oct. 19, students participate in PINK OUT, wearing pink to bring awareness to breast cancer.

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October 24, 2021
ZTA members help by passing out smore packets and collecting tickets. Students who did not already have a ticket could purchase one at the table.

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October 24, 2021
On Monday Oct. 18, ZTA tables in the Union where students pick up breast cancer ribbons to show support.

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October 24, 2021
Alongside the ribbons were infographics and brochures that contained ways to create healthy habits to avoid breast cancer.

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October 24, 2021
On Oct 21. ZTA hosted a percentage night at El Patron where students and Baldwin City residents came to support.

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October 24, 2021
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October 24, 2021
On Wednesday night Oct. 13 Alpha Chi hosts Music Trivia Night in Owens A/V theater.

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October 15, 2021
Sophomore Holly Drury wins second place and chooses the squishmallow as her winning prize.

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October 15, 2021
Students discuss amongst themselves to determine the right answer.

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October 15, 2021
Junior Grant Pogue wins first place and receives his choice of a squishmallow or a Baker T-shirt.

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October 15, 2021
Trivia questions relate to domestic violence, having students choose whether popular song lyrics are healthy or not.

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October 15, 2021
Other questions were about the action of a significate other and if it is healthy or unhealthy.

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October 15, 2021
Each student could make as many as they wanted. Different colors of paper and markets were supplied. Along with stickers to add another element to their love note.

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October 15, 2021
On Oct. 12 and 13, tabling consists of writing love notes to survivors of domestic violence.

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October 15, 2021
Freshman Ruby Boswell works the table for Alpha Chi Omega.

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October 15, 2021
Sophomore Johana Cruz-Mera takes her time decorating her survivor love note with stickers before she goes to lunch.

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October 15, 2021
Alpha Chi Domestic Violence Awareness week was Oct. 11 - 14. Each day they hosted a variety of activities to inform students and bring awareness to this issue.

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October 15, 2021
Freshman Nick Bergman participates by writing his words of encouragement on the paper.

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October 15, 2021
To end DVA week, Alpha Chi tables in the Union with free Kisses to Kiss Away Domestic Violence on Oct. 14.

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October 15, 2021
Brochures from The Willow are provided for a resource on where to get local help.

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October 15, 2021
Baker University has been given a grant to digitalize old copies of the Baker Orange newspapers, starting at papers from 1925.



has archives going all the way back to the 1800 from when the university first opened. This includes picture of what campus used to look back then. Now they are converting them all online.

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October 6, 2021
Freshman Jesse-Leigh Baker, an international student from South Africa, joins the Baker University community. Baker is the first international student to join the volleyball team.

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October 4, 2021
Junior Valerie Aceves-Power received NAIA runner of the week

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October 4, 2021
Freshmen Ciarra McWilliams (left) and Cambrie Frame (right) enjoy National Pancake Day provided by SAC on Sept. 27 to kick off Homecoming Week. Toppings such as syrup, chocolate chips, sprinkles, and Oreos were served.

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October 4, 2021
SAC members cooked plain, chocolate chip and sprinkle pancakes for students to enjoy in the Union.

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October 4, 2021
On Monday, Sept. 27 SAC made pancakes in the Union to start off Homecoming week

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October 4, 2021
Students eagerly wait in line to get free lunch that was offered after convocation.

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September 10, 2021
Associate Professor of Biology Dr. Scott Kimball introduces more opportunities at Baker in the Science department, including details of this past summers research grant at the Wetlands.

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September 10, 2021
Department Chair and Associate Professor of Education, Dr. Charlsie Prosser introduces the many opportunities of the education department. She discusses her ideas to increase the teaching profession numbers, especially in the STEM field.

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September 10, 2021
A short video was played to introduce Baker University to the new students. It featured various students as they described what they love about Baker University and how it has helped them grow and become more innovative.

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September 10, 2021
Faculty listen as their fellow staff members welcome everyone.

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September 10, 2021
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