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The Baker Football Team plays against Clarke University on Sept. 24 at 1 p.m. with a losing score of 20-19. The game took place at Liston Stadium and featured the Homecoming coronation during halftime.

Football loses homecoming game to Clarke University

Story by Leah Van Weelden, Graphic Designer September 30, 2022

On Sept. 24, the Baker football team faced off against Clarke University on Homecoming Day and fell just short of a victory, due to a late push in the fourth quarter by the Clarke Pride resulting in a...

On Saturday May 7, the Forever Orange Gala was hosted for Alumni, Faculty and students to celebrate Bakers largest and most successful fundraiser in history.

Historic Forever Orange campaign comes to an end

Story by Maya Hodison, Will Hanson, and Emma Howard May 12, 2022

On May 7, Baker University celebrated the conclusion of the Forever Orange Campaign, which has been described as Baker's "most ambitious fundraising campaign" to date. The Forever Orange Gala in Kansas...

Student media publications, like the Baker Orange are very important to spreading new ideas and perspectives around the community.

Editorial: the importance of student media

Story by Editorial Board May 3, 2022

Preparation for a job in the media field, specifically news media, most often includes prior experience as a student journalist at either the high school or college level. While a student publication...

Despite Covid restrictions being lifted, the level of student organization is still low compared to previous years.

The struggle of student organization involvement

Story by Colbie Fairley, Staff Writer & Photographer May 3, 2022

Baker University has offered a wide range of activities and club organizations for students to involve themselves in. The Student Activities Council (SAC), among many other organizations on Baker's campus,...

Bakers book store located in the Union is undergoing changes. It will reopen in July under sole management from the University.

Baker University bookstore undergoes new changes

Story by Kolbie Christensen, Staff Writer April 21, 2022

For the 2022-2023 school year and beyond, the Baker University bookstore will look a little different from years past. Gone with the textbooks, the on-ground store will only sell merchandise and all textbooks...

The second installment of the Swogger Literary Salon will focus on artist Vincent Van Gogh. The salon will dive into his mental health issues and how he impacted culture.

Swogger Salon to present exploration of Vincent Van Gogh

Story by Liam H. Flake, Staff Writer April 20, 2022

At 7 P.M. on Thursday, April 21, a group of Baker University professors will present the "Swogger Literary Salon" in the Alumni Center, an installment in a series of literary lectures that explore a variety...

Taylor On The Town – March 22, 2022

March 22, 2022

Taylor gives viewers an in-depth look at the new baseball and softball facilities at Baker University.

Riviera Maya Mexican Cafe, an authentic Mexican restaurant, has just opened in Baldwin City Kan. located at 912 Ames St.

New restaurant in town: Riviera Maya Mexican Cafe

Story by Maya Hodison, News Editor December 1, 2021

Riviera Maya Mexican Cafe has recently opened in Baldwin City, Kan. Located at 912 Ames St., Riviera Maya offers authentic Mexican food, drinks and an atmosphere of rich culture and community. Owner...

Sophomore Evelyn Roesner has started her own Instagram video series titled Bakerazzi. Roesner wants to highlight students on campus and help them to find the laughter in daily life.

Sophomore Evelyn Roesner talks “Bakerazzi”

Story by Maggie Young, Photographer and Staff Writer November 17, 2021

“Bakerazzi” is an Instagram video series filmed and produced by Sophomore Evelyn Roesner and her friends. Roesner launched the first video on Aug. 31, and since then the account has reached almost...

Jolliffe Hall located next the NLC and across the street from Gessner used to be used for housing and soon will be remodeled for the Department of Applied Health Sciences.

Jolliffe’s renovation: Applied Health Sciences to get its own building

Story by Grace Duddy, Staff Writer and Photographer November 15, 2021

Jolliffe Hall has been sitting vacant for 13 years but will soon be given a new purpose. The building that once served as a residence hall will undergo renovations to be a designated space for the Department...

Sophomore Braden Wiggs tries to find the basket against two Falcons players.

Men’s Basketball wins first game against Kansas Christian

Story by Cierra Bryant, Photographer November 3, 2021

Baker men's basketball started the season off with a win against Kansas Christian College with a final score of 87-80. The game lead alternated between teams, giving each team the lead on multiple...

Junior kicker, Mikolaj Stan kicks the field goal to add to the Baker lead.

Baker Football beats rival Benedictine

Story by Cierra Bryant, Photographer November 2, 2021

On Saturday, Oct. 29, Baker Wildcat football took on their rival, the Benedictine Ravens. The Wildcats took home the win with a final score of 28-23. With a dominating offense, Baker was able to...

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