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The struggles of trying to live off campus

The struggles of trying to live off campus
September 26, 2020

Baker University is considered a residential university. By being a residential university, all undergraduate students are required to live in campus housing or in Greek houses. The University prides itself...

Tri Delta receives house blueprints after 25 years

Junior Kaylee Smith, current president of the Baker University Delta Delta Delta sorority, holds up the original blueprints for the house. The blueprints were uncovered recently and are a memorable historical find for the members of the house.
March 31, 2020

The Baker University archives hold the extensive history of Baker, the first university founded in the state of Kansas in 1858. This includes information from each historic building to the Greek houses...

Day in the life: Fraternity and sorority chapter presidents

Active Omicron Chapter President Amy Wysong accepts the National Council Trophy from Alpha Chi Omega National President Angela Costley Harris on Aug. 13. The sorority women were pleasantly surprised when both the former national president of Alpha Chi Omega, Diane Blackwelder, and the current president, Costley Harris showed up to present this award to their chapter.
December 4, 2017

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...

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