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NEWS RELEASE
Dec. 3, 2013
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Holton junior named Student Leader of the Month

Baldwin City, Kan. — Brandon Haefke, a junior biology major from Holton, Kan., has been named Baker University's Student Leader of the Month for November.Brandon-Haefkeforweb

Haefke is president of Zeta Chi fraternity, vice president of the Baker concert choir, vice president of marketing for the Student Activities Council and a member of the student leadership organization parMentors. He also performs with the praise band at the weekly worship service at the Osborne Chapel on the Baldwin City campus.

The nomination for the leadership honor stated:

"Brandon has a humble but steady confidence that enables him to do incredible things. One area that distinguishes Brandon from other students is his exceptional commitment to philanthropy and service. Brandon is an enthusiastic energizer to the student body to get involved and make a difference. From his work with SAC, to assisting the university in hosting alumni and distinguished guests with parMentors, to playing in the praise band at chapel every Thursday, Brandon goes above and beyond to contribute to our community. Brandon's word is golden, and when Brandon says he will do something, one can already consider it done."

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NEWS RELEASE
Nov. 25, 2013
Contact: Steve Rottinghaus, Baker University public relations director, (785) 594-8330, This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

Annual Candlelight Vespers set for Dec. 8

Baldwin City, Kan. — Baker University's Department of Music will present the 83rd Annual Christmas Candlelight Vespers at 2 p.m. and 5 p.m. on Sunday, Dec. 8, at Rice Auditorium, 404, Eighth St., on the Baldwin City campus.Vespers

The program will include performances by the Baker Concert Choir, Baker Chamber Singers, Baker Speech Choir, Baker Orchestra, Baker Percussion Ensemble, Baker Brass Quintet and the University Community Choir.

Cathy Crispino, interim director of choirs, will conduct the choruses. Other conductors are Susan Emel, director of the speech choir; Ray James, director of bands; J.D. Parr, director of jazz ensemble; Mark Pretzel, director of orchestras; and Steve Riley, percussion instructor.

Brass Quintet

Trumpet: Morgan James
Trumpet: Trevon Waddle
French horn: Jacob Mogle
Tuba: Michael Sturm
Tuba: Jacob Neiman

Percussion Ensemble

Greg Henning, Brian Loux, Zach McElmurry, John Robbs, Stephanie Skedel

Orchestra

Violin: Erin Wilson, Allissa Houchin, Sam Kendrick, Marshall Sumwalt, Tyler Sams
Viola: Audrey Willis, Xiomara Nunez, Amanda Conrade, Khadijah Lane
Cello: Ulrich Johanning, Brittany Gapter, Brian Loux, Kathryn Boyer
Bass: Matthew Fry

Little Big Band

Saxophones: Kaitlyn Butler, Bre Mogle, Clare Courtney, Bailey Stines
Trumpets: Andy Kelley, Trevon Waddle, Morgan James
Trombones: Dante Simmons, Corey Matteson

Rhythm

Piano: Collin Studer
Guitar: Tyler Sams
Bass: Brian Loux
Drums: John Robbs

Speech Choir

MaKaila Averill, Morgan Brown, Lauren Fleener, Cody Keener, Teresa Morse
James Newton, Connie Paramore

Concert Choir

Nathan Aist, Kelli Bauman, Ryan Bearrick, *Kayla Burns, *Laura Bynum, Stephanie Chappell, Mykaela Cross, Marta Czarnick, *Adriane Dick, *Aubrey Eicher, *Lora Finley, *Morgan Giudicessi, Brandon Haefke, Kristina Heinrich, *Anna Hobbs, Dustin Keen, Sam Kendrick, Patrick King, Rachel Knight, *Chelsey Mann, *Jillian Miller, Luke Miltz, Allie Packard, Kayla Paul, Zach Pryor, MacKenzie Sammons, Tyler Sams, Dante Simmons, Collin Studer, Krystina Townsend, Trevon Waddle, *Madison Wendt
Erin Wesselowski, Billy Wicks, Taylor Winkler
*indicates Chamber Singers

University Community Choir

JaNay Adgers, Rachel Ash, Kennedy Beck, Jan Boyd, Jordan Brown, Bailey Cain, Brian Chang, Kathryn Cooper, Julie Craig, Robert Craig, Marta Czarnick, William Duncan, Jan Elder, Frankie Farrant, Ruth Fleming, Carol Fleming, Sylvia Forbes, Lauren Freking, Susan Gammage, Mike Gammage, Natalie Ginzel, Stephanie Haug, Cheryl Heide, Kristina Heinrich, Becky Henderson, Kelli Higgins, Lewis Hinshaw, Tim Hodges, Robert Hodgson, Jessica Holmes, Amanda Holter, Allissa Houchin, Scott Ireland, Willie Johnson, Etha Johnson, Lynn Killingsworth, Dave Killingsworth, Brian Kraus, Scott Lamb, Sarah Lambert, Taylor McDowell, Lori McKinney, Daniel McKinney, Connor Middleton, Elisabeth Minson, Jeff Moore, Heather Mull, Tim Obiefule, Sherri Pahcoddy, Victoria Paul, Michel Prahl, Sharole Prahl, Tyler Sams, Joshua Seybert, Bailey Stines, Margaret Thyr, Angelica Wade, Jenna Warmund, Candy Wasser, Anna Yanez.

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NEWS RELEASE
Nov. 20, 2013
Contact: Steve Rottinghaus, Baker University public relations director, (785) 594-8330, This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

Kickstarter campaign to assist alumna, daughter on new book

Tricia Stewart Shiu, a 1987 Baker University graduate, and her daughter, Sydney, 9, have finished their third book in a Young Adult Series called "Iron Shinto." A Kickstarter campaign has been created to help fund the editing, publishing and marketing of the book.

According to a five-star review by Amazon Hall of Fame Review Grady Harp, Tricia Stewart Shiu "has stepped into territory that few contemporary writers of novels have journeyed – concepts of many permutations of the spirit world as experienced and acted out by contemporary characters. Reading Shiu's book, "Iron Shinto," is not only immensely entertaining as a story, but also illuminating as to the concepts of the levels of existence that bond the corporeal world with the spirit world."

Baker will receive 10 percent of the proceeds from the project through the end of the campaign on Wednesday, Nov. 27.


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NEWS RELEASE
Nov. 20, 2013
Contact: Steve Rottinghaus, Baker University public relations director, (785) 594-8330, This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

Fundraiser to support Streams of Hope International

Lawrence, Kan. — A fundraiser to support Streams of Hope International, which provides medical supplies and health care in Kenya, is set for 4-6 p.m., Saturday, Dec. 7, at Victory Bible Church, 1942 Mass. St. in Lawrence.Jenny-Andrews-4th-level-with-Megan-Andrews-with-Childrenforweb

The cost for the fundraiser is $25 per person. A Kenyan meal will be provided at the event. Raffle items include an African picnic bag, hand bags, bracelets, jewelry and artwork.

Representatives from Streams of Hope will provide information on the summer 2014 Kenya medical mission. For the past two years, Baker University School of Nursing students and alumni have traveled to Kenya as part of a Streams of Hope medical mission to work at the health clinic established by Baker School of Nursing alumni Ephantus Kimori Mwangi and his wife, Hottensiah Kimori.

For more information on the organization, go to www.streamsofhopeinternational.org

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