Relive your memories of Harlaxton and create new ones. Join President Pat Long and Baker alumni on an eight-day trip to London and Harlaxton in June 2013.
The new Ivan L. Boyd Center for Collaborative Science Education will be dedicated at 3 p.m. on Friday, Oct. 5.
Four former Wildcat standouts—Taylor Gill, ’83; Phil Hannon, ’86; Joe Girardi (posthumously); and Liesel Kirk-Fink, ’02—will be inducted into the University’s Athletic Hall of Fame on Friday, Oct. 5, with a celebration at the Sheraton Overland Park Hotel at the Convention Center. All Baker alumni are welcome to attend the ceremony.
Grab your favorite orange sweater or sweatshirt and return to Baldwin City to stroll across campus, reconnect with old friends and cheer on the Wildcats. Homecoming Weekend is Oct. 5-6.
Machiko (Yamazaki) Erhard, 2004 Baker graduate and artist in residence, shares her artwork with the “Colorful Clouds” exhibit at Holt-Russell Gallery.
For more than 150 years Baker has been an innovator in meeting the needs of students and the community. While the School of Education may only be six years old, it is built on a solid foundation of educating teachers that spans more than 100 years. Through the linking of practice and theory, Baker’s devoted education faculty teaches success through experience.
From the day Baker opened its doors over 150 years ago, love has been in the air. Called the “match factory,” by the mid-century era of alumni, more than 1,000 couples have found their lifelong partners at Baker, often becoming engaged under the grape arbor, at a Greek house or in Osborne Chapel.
For more than 150 years Baker has been an innovator in meeting the needs of students and the community. Read about one coaching legend’s Baker beginning. Forrest “Phog” Allen was provided his first opportunity to coach a college team in 1905. As a 20-year-old college student, Allen led the Baker team to victory against James Naismith’s Jayhawks in 1906.