The Baker Orange

Day in the life: Fraternity and sorority chapter presidents

Day in the life: Fraternity and sorority chapter presidents

Story by Spencer Brown, Assistant News Editor

December 4, 2017


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With nearly 40 percent of the current student population involved, fraternity and sorority life is a vital piece of the Baker University puzzle, but these organizations do not run themselves. Beyond the numerous alumni and faculty members that have a hand in helping these chapters succeed, each has an a...

Real house moms of Baker University

Real house moms of Baker University

Story by Julia Sanders, Writer

October 29, 2017


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Here at Baker University, each sorority house has a house director who lives in the house and essentially runs it. These women are always in communication with the house corporation board and are responsible for the upkeep of the house. While each house mom has a different story and background, each ...

The disappearance of Phi Mu explained

The disappearance of Phi Mu explained

Story by Abie Roorda, Writer

September 6, 2017


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About halfway down eighth street is the Baker University Alumni Center. This building housed the Baker campus’ Phi Mu Zeta Alpha Chapter until 2011. “Phi Mu was super nice. We had all kinds of members,” Cheryl McCrary, director of admissions said. “We had athletes, we had musicians. I was the firs...

Alpha Chi Omega awarded National Council Trophy

Alpha Chi Omega awarded National Council Trophy

Story by Spencer Brown, Assistant News Editor

August 31, 2017


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The Omicron chapter of Alpha Chi Omega at Baker University recently received the highest honor from its national organization: the National Council Trophy. It is one of only three chapters to be recognized with the award for its 2016 efforts and accomplishments. “It’s a priceless feeling to be...