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As the overdose epidemic grows on college campuses, its important to be aware of the symptoms and realities of drug use.

Editorial: Overdose epidemic grows on college campuses

Story by Maria Gutierrez, Arts and Entertainment Editor February 28, 2022

Before coming to college, we were all told by parents, by teachers, by guest-speakers to say “no” to drugs. It’s a lesson that’s been hammered into our heads for as long as we could remember. But...

Moving your body, prioritizing rest and creating a school life balance are just a few ways to avoid academic burnout this spring semester.

How to avoid burnout this spring semester

Story by Rebekah Nelson, Multimedia Editor February 27, 2022

Last spring, I experienced what is known as academic burnout. While I am no stranger to feeling overwhelmed and anxious, this was something I had never experienced before. Researchers define burnout as...

Counseling Center Director Tim Hodges receives Kansas Counselor of the Year.

Tim Hodges recognized as “Counselor of the Year” by Kansas Counseling Association

Story by Maria Gutierrez, Staff Writer April 20, 2021

Counseling Center Director Tim Hodges has been a part of Baker University for the past thirteen years. In March 2021, he was named the 2020 Counselor of the Year by the Kansas Counseling Association. According...

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