The Baker Orange

Enrollment requires more student housing

Enrollment requires more student housing

Story by Sarah Day, News Editor

November 6, 2018


Filed under News, Showcase

More students are attending Baker University, and the increase in enrollment requires more housing for those students. Director of Residence Life Nick Goodman explained that 504 of 849 students live in on-campus housing, causing the residence options to be at 94.6 percent capacity as of Fall 2018....

Cofer excels at Maple Leaf Invitational

Cofer excels at Maple Leaf Invitational

Story by Lily Stephens, Multi-Media Editor

September 24, 2018


Filed under Cross Country, Sports

This cross country season has been much anticipated as the men’s team now features 21 runners. Nine freshmen contribute to that new number, with six of the nine coming from area high schools. Freshman Jacob Cofer, from St. Thomas Aquinas High School, is proving to be a strong asset to the team. At ...

Russell obtains dean position

Russell obtains dean position

Story by Sarah Day, News Editor

September 24, 2018


Filed under News, Showcase

On July 1, Darcy Russell began her new position as Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences. This decision was made after a rigorous interview process that began with eight candidates. Russell said it felt odd to be interviewed by people who she considers to be her friends. “The faculty weren’t easy on me ev...

New sports introduced to program

New sports introduced to program

Story by Jenna Black, Managing Editor

September 24, 2018


Filed under Bowling, Sports, Wrestling

Baker University added women’s wrestling and men’s bowling programs this fall semester. Athletic Director Nate Houser says that the athletic department chose to add the sports of men’s bowling and women’s wrestling after looking at potential growth in order to make programs whole. As there i...

Thoughts of a graduating senior

Thoughts of a graduating senior

Story by Abie Roorda, Writer

September 11, 2017


Filed under Voices

College ends. It’s a sad, but true fact. One day we will all leave Baker University and begin our lives as members of society. For some, these college days end sooner than expected. Graduating early is both an honor and a curse. I have spent the past 16 years as a full-time student for nine months out of ...

Editorial: Here’s the syllabus, now read chapter one

Editorial: Here’s the syllabus, now read chapter one

Story by Baker Orange Editorial Board

September 10, 2017


Filed under Voices

Syllabus week: the first few days of school filled with no homework, cheesy ice breakers and the, “What have you done this summer?” question. Students across America cherish this week, appreciating the days absent of the onslaught of reading and writing. Baker students can only imagine having a wee...