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Freshman Phillip Vesta gets set at the line of scrimmage preparing to make the next defensive play.

Wildcat Football excels with a win over MidAmerica Nazarene

Story by Cierra Bryant, Photographer October 19, 2021

This past weekend, the Baker Wildcats football team took on the MidAmerica Nazarene Pirates. The game started off slow but quickly picked up after an interceptions and the Baker defense picking up...

The Word with Max Dutton – Oct. 2, 2021

October 2, 2021

On this week’s episode of "The Word" we will give you an update on students' experiences who attended the protests last week, fill you in on the baker orange news rundown and spotlight all of this year's...

Senior Tyler White is the grand prize Book Project winner with his Community America Credit Union internship over the summer, winning $1,500.

BOOK Program awards prize money to five winners

Story by Kolbie Christensen, Staff Writer October 1, 2021

On Sep. 17, five students were awarded prize money that ranged from $250-$1700 from the BOOK Program for their summer internships. BOOK stands for "Baker Organizational Observation for Knowledge" and was...

On Sept. 24, admissions held Baker Bash for future students to learn about life on the Baker campus.

Baker Bash invites future students to campus

Story by Cierra Bryant, Photographer September 27, 2021

  On Sept. 24 , Baker admissions invited prospective students to Baker Bash to experience "a slice of orange." After the students experienced different sessions on campus, they toured outdoor...

Passing to a teammate, Freshman Emma Schieber advances the ball in the first game of the season.

Baker Women’s Soccer defeats Bethany College 4-0

Story by Grace Duddy, Staff Writer and Photographer August 28, 2021

Kaitlyn Powell started as Baker Universitys new Assistant Director of Student Activities on May 3.

Baker University welcomes Kaitlyn Powell as new Assistant Director of Student Activities

Story by Maya Hodison, Staff Writer May 18, 2021

Baker University welcomed Kaitlyn Powell to the Baker family on May 3. Powell is the newest addition to the student life team, fulfilling the role of Assistant Director of Student Activities. Starting...

Baker Universitys 2021 Day of Giving will focus on donations to specific academic programs.

Day of Giving 2021 focuses on academic programs

Story by Maya Hodison, Staff Writer April 16, 2021

Once a year, Baker University hosts one day dedicated to raising money for the school. Using the hashtag #OneBakerOneGoal, Day of Giving encourages Baker family, friends and community members to give back. Day...

More college students are now eligible for SNAP benefits with the latest COVID-19 relief bill.

COVID-19 relief package includes SNAP benefits for more college students

Story by Maya Hodison, Staff Writer April 6, 2021

Students who are involved in work-study are now eligible for Federal Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) benefits as a part of the federal COVID-19 relief package. National Association of...

Remembering student Kaitlen Riley

Remembering student Kaitlen Riley

Story by Maya Hodison, Staff Writer March 10, 2021

Baker University freshman Kaitlen Riley passed away on Jan. 30, leaving behind family, friends and multiple communities that cherished her dearly. Just after midnight on that day, Riley, 19, was involved...

Students gather around a Craps table ready to play.

Student Activities Council hosts “Casino Night”

Story by Maya Hodison, Writer November 5, 2020

Baker University Student Activities Council (SAC) sponsored a simulated casino event on Oct. 30 in the Harter Union Cafeteria. The event, which SAC called “Casino Night,” featured popular casino staples,...

Spring semester schedule decided

Story by Maya Hodison, Writer October 29, 2020

With a challenging Fall 2020 semester full of uncertainties and plenty of coursework, Baker University students, staff and faculty are looking forward to resting their minds and bodies. Looking ahead to...

Black Lives Matter continues to draw national attention across the United States

Black Lives Matter continues to draw national attention across the United States

Story by Maya Hodison, Staff Writer October 19, 2020

Over the last eight months, emotions regarding police brutality and white supremacy have boiled over and the Black Lives Matter (BLM) movement has risen back up to national prominence. As the nation witnessed...

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