This annual event features a silent and a live auction and a fund-a-scholarship program to ensure that Baker’s legacy of excellence continues.
Thanks to a recent gift from an alumna, Phase II of the Student Union renovation started this month. Find out what else is happening in February and what we can look forward to in the months to come.
The new month and new year began with extremely cold temperatures on all our campuses. Find out what else happened in January and what we can look forward to in the months to come.
Several events that took place on the Baldwin City campus earlier this month were the naming of Baker’s 29th President, playoffs in football and men’s soccer, the retirement party for Nurse Ruth Sarna, a donor reception at the Collins House and, finally, the 83rd Annual Christmas Candlelight Vespers.
Andy Bertapelle, BSN ’00, is in his first year as director of nursing at Samuel Simmonds Memorial Hospital in Barrow, Alaska, the United States’ northernmost city.
Over the years the format of From the Arbor has changed from a one-page black and white newsletter to a colorful multipage PDF. As technology changes, so does the Arbor, which is now a web page on the Baker World alumni website.
Greetings from the Baldwin City campus! Starting with this issue, I am trying something new and will provide a table of contents for your convenience, so you will know what is inside the downloadable Arbor document.
Now that classes have started on the Baldwin City campus, I enjoy seeing students gather in various locations before and after classes discussing topics that have kept students occupied for generations. And I look forward to the renovations to the Student Union lobby, which will take on an increased load of students visiting with one another.
Baker University’s Greek community actively participates in campus programs, community service and leadership opportunities. Here are highlights from Baker’s fraternities and sororities.
Bill Miller, ’90, made the transition from teacher, football coach and operations director in the Gardner Edgerton School District two years ago to overseeing the facilities at the Kauffman Center for the Performing Arts, the 285,000-square-foot facility that hosts nearly a half million visitors and several hundred events a year.