Student newspaper wins national Best in Show award

The student-run Baker University newspaper, the Baker Orange, received the Best in Show award in the Newspaper Four-Year Less Than Weekly category at the Associated Collegiate Press Midwinter National Convention in San Francisco. In winning the division, the Orange...
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Graduate courses target concurrent credit teachers

High school instructors who teach courses for concurrent credit can further prepare their students for college by taking Baker University graduate courses in their content area. Baker University’s School of Professional and Graduate Studies offers graduate-level...
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From Wildcat to Director, MBA Grad Finds Passion

Growing up, Baker University was in Jay Hodges’ blood. The son of Dr. Donald Hatcher, who has taught philosophy on Baker’s Baldwin City campus for 36 years, Hodges participated in summer camps and club soccer teams at Baker before enrolling as a student. The two-time...
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Philanthropic efforts reach new heights among Greek students

Members of Baker University fraternities and sororities gathered in Rice Auditorium on Sunday, April 2, to learn the results of the competitions between chapters held during Greek Week. And while each team won its fair share of events, the Jessie Rees Foundation,...
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Holt-Russell Gallery hosts wetlands art exhibition

Baker University’s Holt-Russell Gallery is hosting the Wetlands 2017 juried art exhibit, which includes works that highlight the biodiversity and fragility of wetlands ecosystems. Artists represented in the exhibit were selected from a nationwide call for submissions...
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Baker, Cleveland University announce partnership

Baker University and Cleveland University – Kansas City have forged a partnership that provides qualified undergraduate exercise science students an opportunity to matriculate to Cleveland University’s chiropractic school after three years. The program’s 3+3 model...
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Former athletes jump from field to jobs in pro sports

For many athletes, landing a spot on the roster of a professional team is the ultimate dream. However, the dream of making it in professional sports isn’t just for athletes. Jobs within professional sports organizations are highly sought after and limited in number....
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Two-time alumnus and coach develops gritty program

The first thing you see when you walk into the office of Head Women’s Soccer Coach Davy Phillips is his windowsill. Adorned with plaques, trophies, and certificates, this collection of awards proves one thing: The women’s soccer program at Baker University has a...
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SOE grad named Kansas Principal of the Year

Dr. Britton Hart has served as the principal at Emporia (Kansas) High School since 2014. In that time, he’s seen hundreds of students walk the halls. But this year is special for him. Although he has looked forward to working with many students over the years, one in...
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Exercise Science prepares students for a fitter future

Even with 24,000 alumni around the globe, Guatemala isn’t necessarily the first place you’d expect to find a Baker University graduate. But there was Hillary Yoder, who graduated from the exercise science program in 2015, deplaning into tropic humidity at the end of...
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Student newspaper wins national Best in Show award

The student-run Baker University newspaper, the Baker Orange, received the Best in Show award in the Newspaper Four-Year Less Than Weekly category at the Associated Collegiate Press Midwinter National Convention in San Francisco. In winning the division, the Orange...

read more

Graduate courses target concurrent credit teachers

High school instructors who teach courses for concurrent credit can further prepare their students for college by taking Baker University graduate courses in their content area. Baker University’s School of Professional and Graduate Studies offers graduate-level...

read more

From Wildcat to Director, MBA Grad Finds Passion

Growing up, Baker University was in Jay Hodges’ blood. The son of Dr. Donald Hatcher, who has taught philosophy on Baker’s Baldwin City campus for 36 years, Hodges participated in summer camps and club soccer teams at Baker before enrolling as a student. The two-time...

read more

Philanthropic efforts reach new heights among Greek students

Members of Baker University fraternities and sororities gathered in Rice Auditorium on Sunday, April 2, to learn the results of the competitions between chapters held during Greek Week. And while each team won its fair share of events, the Jessie Rees Foundation,...

read more

Holt-Russell Gallery hosts wetlands art exhibition

Baker University’s Holt-Russell Gallery is hosting the Wetlands 2017 juried art exhibit, which includes works that highlight the biodiversity and fragility of wetlands ecosystems. Artists represented in the exhibit were selected from a nationwide call for submissions...

read more

Baker, Cleveland University announce partnership

Baker University and Cleveland University – Kansas City have forged a partnership that provides qualified undergraduate exercise science students an opportunity to matriculate to Cleveland University’s chiropractic school after three years. The program’s 3+3 model...

read more

Former athletes jump from field to jobs in pro sports

For many athletes, landing a spot on the roster of a professional team is the ultimate dream. However, the dream of making it in professional sports isn’t just for athletes. Jobs within professional sports organizations are highly sought after and limited in number....

read more

Two-time alumnus and coach develops gritty program

The first thing you see when you walk into the office of Head Women’s Soccer Coach Davy Phillips is his windowsill. Adorned with plaques, trophies, and certificates, this collection of awards proves one thing: The women’s soccer program at Baker University has a...

read more

SOE grad named Kansas Principal of the Year

Dr. Britton Hart has served as the principal at Emporia (Kansas) High School since 2014. In that time, he’s seen hundreds of students walk the halls. But this year is special for him. Although he has looked forward to working with many students over the years, one in...

read more